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Duo RibarskiKiril Ribarski stammt aus Makedonien und studierte an der Musikakademie in Laibach sowie an der Musikakademie in Zagreb bei Marcel Fuchs. Kiril Ribarski ist mehrfacher internationaler Preisträger. 1971-77 war er Solo Posaunist beim Radiosymphonieorchester Ljubljana, 1980-1984 Dozent für Posaune an der Musikfakultät in Skopje, wo er auch derzeit lebt. Er leitet dort das INTERFEST-BITOLA, ein internationales Festival für klas¬sische Musik. Kiril Ribarski hatte unzählige Auftritte – sei es als Solist oder mit bekannten Orchestern – in ganz Europa, China und Brasilien. Er ist der Star bei jedem Festival.

Kiril Ribarski wird als der „Paganini der Posaune“ bezeichnet. Bereits 54 Werke wurden speziell für diesen Meister seines Instruments komponiert! Er konzertierte mit: Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra, Novosibirsk Philharmonic Orchestra, Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra, Bacau Philharmonic Orchestra, Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra, Symphony orchestras of Ljubljana, Sarajevo, Mostar, Chamber orchestras: “Haute Normandie”- France,”Zagreb Soloists”, “Pro musica” (Belgrade) Macedonian RTV Orchestra, “Rotterdam Kamerorkest”, “Ex en Provence Chamber Orchestra”, “Cairo Symphony”, “Sao Paolo Municipality Orchestra”, “Campinas Symphonic Orchestra”, “St. Andre Orchestra” (Brazil).

Aufnahmen für: RAI (Italy), ORF, Macedonian Radio und TV, Radio- TV Belgrade, Zagreb, Ljubljana, Novi Sad, Prishtina, China, Sarajevo, TV France (Antena 2), Russia, Albania, Brazil (Globo). 2 L.P. Alben für JUGOTON-Zagreb und PGP Belgrade und 5 CD’s for EMS Records (Belgium) and DISCOVERY Er leitet Meisterkurse in Wien, Moskau, St.Petersburg, Rotterdam, Shangai, Belo Horizonte, Tirana, Hondschoote, Bitola, Ancona, Valencia, Tokio.

Milica Sperovik Ribarski, stammt ebenfalls aus Makedonien und studierte an der Musikakademie in Belgrad. Ihren musikalischen Feinschliff erhielt sie in Paris bei Professor Aldo Ciccolini und Vlado Perlemutter. Seit 1977 ist sie Mitglied des Ribarski Duos. Daneben ist sie auch solistisch tätig und hatte bereits Auftritte in ganz Europa sowie bei mehreren Festivals in Übersee. Zahlreiche CD Aufnahmen belegen ihre Vielfalt.

Derzeit hat sie eine Professur für Klavier an der Musikfakultät in Skopje. Sie ist die Gründerin und künstlerische Leiterin des INTERFEST-BITOLA (1992), und der Internationalen Klavier¬wettbewerbe, die sie 2001 ins Leben rief.


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Kiril Ribarski, trombone, was born in Stip, Macedonia, where he completed his secondary music education. He graduated from the Music Academy in Ljubljana with professor Dragisa Miskovic and he took his M.A. degree at the Music Academy in Zagreb with professor Marcel Fuchs. He has received a number of significant awards, among which the Presern Award of the Music Academy in Ljubljana-1972, First Prize at the Federal Music Artists Competition in Zagreb –1976, First Prize “Vjesnik”of music critics, so-called “Darko Lukic” in Zagreb –1977, the “Dragan Gurtl” Award of the Music Academy in Zagreb-1977, the “Gold Wreath” Decoration of the Presidence of Yugoslavia-1987, the Charter of Culture of Macedonia-1988, the “13 November” Award of the City of Skopje-1990, the “Golden Lyre” Prize of the Association of Musicians of Macedonia-1991. At present, he lives in Skopje. He worked as a professor of trombone at Skopje Faculty of Music and at the University “Goce Delcev” – Faculty of music, Stip.

He is also Director of INTERFEST-BITOLA, International Festival of Classical Music. He has performed in 40 countries on 5 continents: France, Germany, Macedonia, Austria, Italy, USA, China, Brazil, Russia, Slovenia, Poland, Canada, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Portugal, Lithuania, Belarus, Serbia, Spain, Montenegro, Croatia, Belgium, Turkey, Albania, Bosnia, Egypt, Greece, The Netherlands, Kazakhstan, Slovakia, Norway, Kosovo, Great Britain, Sweden, Romania, Cyprus, Moldova, Estonia, Japan.

Played at numerous festivals: Dubrovnik Summer Festival, Bienale Zagreb, BEMUS Belgrade, in Italy: Roma Autumn, Trieste-Prima, Palma-musica, Lido da Scoltare, Catancaro-Summer, in Belgium: Ete de Mosan, Soirees Musicales de Modave, Les Dimanches de Bois de Bruxelles, Festival Porto-Heli (Greece), Festival Rio de Janeiro, Grieg Fes Philharmonic Orchestra tival in Bergen (Norway), Albert Roussel Festival, Floraisons musicales, Nancyphonie (France), Interfest-Bitola and Ohrid Summer in Macedonia, Julita Festival in Sweden.

Performed as a soloist with Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra, Novosibirsk Philharmonic Orchestra, Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra, Bacau Philharmonic Orchestra, Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra, Symphony orchestras of Ljubljana, Sarajevo, Mostar, Chamber orchestras: “Haute Normandie”- France,”Zagreb Soloists”, “Pro musica” (Belgrade) Macedonian RTV Orchestra, “Rotterdam Kamerorkest”, “Ex en Provence Chamber Orchestra”, “Cairo Symphony”, “Sao Paolo Municipality Orchestra”, “Campinas Symphonic Orchestra”, “St. Andre Orchestra” (Brazil).

Recordings for RAI (Italy), Austrian Radio, Macedonian Radio and TV, Radio and TV Belgrade, Zagreb, Ljubljana, Novi Sad, Prishtina, China, Sarajevo, as well as TV France (Antena 2), Russia, Albania, Brazil (Globo), 2 L.P. albums for JUGOTON-Zagreb and PGP Belgrade and 5 CD’s for EMS Records (Belgium) and DISCOVERY (Germany).

Professor in Masterclasses in Vienna, Moscow, St.Petersburg, Rotterdam, Shangai, Belo Horizonte, Tirana, Hondschoote, Bitola, Ancona, Valencia, Tokio. Composers from different parts of the world dedicated 56 pieces to him (3 concertos for trombone and orchestra, Symphony for trombone and orchestras, sonatas, pieces). The music critic call him: ”Poet of the trombone”, “Virtuose”, “Paganini of the trombone”.

Milica Sperovik Ribarski, piano, was born in Bitola, Macedonia, where started her musical education. She completed her secondary music education in Skopje and graduated from the Music Academy in Belgrade (professor Vlastimir Skarka), where she also took her M.A.degree with professor Olga Mihajlovic. She specialized in piano in Paris with professors Aldo Ciccolini and Vlado Perlemuter.

As a professor at the Faculty of Music Art – Skopje she was invited to be member of the jury at the numerous international competitions: Zagreb (Croatia), Skopje, Bitola, Stip, Gevgelija (Macedonia), Tirana (Albania), Astana (Kazakhstan), Nis (Serbia) , Sassari, Trani, Ravenna, Naples, (Italy). She performed in 35 countries in Europe, Asia, North and South America as soloist as well as a chamber musician ( with Kiril Ribarski) in Europe, Asia, North and South America: Macedonia, France, Italy, USA, China, Brazil, Slovenia, Poland, England, Russia, Czech Republic, Serbia, Slovakia, Monte Negro, Croatia, Belgium, Turkey, Albania, Spain, Bosnia, Greece, Brazil, Portugal, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Canada, Norway, Holland, Germany, Sweden, Romania, Cyprus, Moldova, Estonia, Japan.

Concerts at festivals: Dubrovnik Summer Festival, Ohrid Summer Festival, Opatia Musical Stage, Interfest-Bitola, in Italy: Trieste-Prima, Palma-musica, Lido da scoltare, Catancaro-Summer, Concerti in Altamarca, Concerti in Palazzo Chigi, Estate Musicale di Greessoney, Primavera Musicale 2008, in Belgium: Ete de Mosan, Soirees Musicales de Modave, Les Dimanches de Bois de Bruxelles, Festival in Beringen, Days of music Prishtina, Ars Kosova Chamber Festival (Kosovo), Festival Porto-Heli (Greece), Grieg Festival in Bergen (Norway), Festival Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Albert Roussel Festival, Floraisons musicales, Nancipfonie (France) and others.

Milica has recorded for RAI (Italy), Austrian Radio, Macedonian Radio and TV, Radio and TV Belgrade, Zagreb, Ljubljana, Novi Sad, Pristina, Sarajevo, as well as TV France (Antena 2), Russia, RTV Albania, TV China, TV Brazil (Globo). Discography: 1 CD SOLO PIANO for Macedonian RTV, 4 LP albums with chamber music for JUGOTON-Zagreb and PGP 1 Belgrade; 4 CD’s with chamber music (with Kiril Ribarski and Vaska Bidjova) for EMS Records (Belgium), DISCOVERY (Germany) and MRT, Macedonia. Milica Sperovik-Ribarski is the founder and art director of INTERFEST-BITOLA Festival of Classical Music (from 1992) and International Piano Competition (from 2001).