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  • Program

    Tickets on sale February 1st at

    and Serena Hotel

    Internet sale:

  • 13th January 2015 DSMF Proposal 2

    400 Toure Drive, PO BOX 23418, Masaki-Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

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    Contents

    PART I: INTRODUCTION . .................................................................................... 3

    1. THE DSMF ............................................................................................. 3

    2. PROGRAM ............................................................................................. 7

    3. PURPOSE OF THE FESTIVAL............................................................. 11

    PART II: OUR FOUNDATION: ONE WORLD ONE SMILE .................................. 12

  • 13th January 2015 DSMF Proposal 3

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    THE DSMF

    From the 4th to the 7th of March 2015, we will be holding the Dar Smile Music

    Festival (DSMF), a unique musical program to raise funds for our future

    humanitarian actions.

    A week of classical music, starring the School of Music Katarina Gurska

    (Madrid, Spain) and its Foundation, with 6 professional musicians,

    performing for 4 nights: the French Evening, at the Serena Hotel on

    Wednesday 4th the Slavic Evening and the German Evening both at the Sea

    Cliff hotel, on Thursday 5th and Friday 6th and the Spanish Evening, an

    exclusive VIP event at the Spanish Ambassador´s residence on Saturday 7th

    of March. .

    It will be a very special collaboration for us, since throughout almost 30

    years, Katarina Gurska and her school have been a national reference in

    the classical music scene, both in formal and private education at all levels

    and specialties. The Katarina Gurska Foundation is the most important of its

    kind in Spain, promoting young talents with music scholarships.

    http://katarinagurska.com/

  • 13th January 2015 DSMF Proposal 4

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    Bruno Vlahek, Croatian pianist and composer

    has distinguished himself as one of the most

    prominent and versatile musicians of his generation.

    He regularly performs as a recitalist and soloist with

    orchestras throughout Europe, Asia, South America,

    Russia and Israel; was laureate of international

    piano competitions in Paris and Shanghai, and

    among others, received an award from the hands of

    Her Majesty Queen Sofía of Spain. His compositions

    have been performed throughout world and are

    published in United Kingdom and USA. He is

    currently a teacher at Centro Superior

    KATARINAGURSKA, in Madrid.

    Cecilia Bercovich is an enthusiastic

    Spanish violin and viola performer and is

    now going deeper into composition and

    orchestral conducting. Born to musical

    parents, her main teacher is her father Victor

    Bercovich, She has obtained Higher Honor

    Distinctions on Bachelor, Master, and

    Fellowship on both instruments.Responsible

    towards her role to music creation nowadays

    Cecilia has widely performed, premiered and recorded for Deutsche

    Grammophon, Spanish National Radio-TV and Melomics Records among

    others, and has been an Alumna of the Lucerne Festival Academy under

    Pierre Boulez for five years. A keen improviser and arranger, her scores have

    been performed in Europe, Israel and Canada. She plays violin in the Trio

    Arbós and teaches at the KATARINAGURSKA Higher School of Music in

    Madrid.

  • 13th January 2015 DSMF Proposal 5

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    Georgy Vasilenko, Russian artist violinist,

    in 1993 he enters the Conservatory of

    Mikhail Glinka Novosibirsk with Professor A.

    Gvozdev until 1995 that he enters the St.

    Petersburg Conservatory of Rimsky-

    Korsakov with Professor A. Shustin. In 1998

    Vasilenko ends his higher education and the

    National Exam, which granted him the title of

    Artist Violinist, Professor of Orchestra,

    Chamber Music Professor and Professor

    of Violin. In 1997 he wins the first prize and special prize for the best

    interpretation of the concert of K. Szhimanovski in the “IV International Violin

    Competition in Lodz (Poland)”. In 1997 Vasilenko wins the position of

    concertmaster of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra. In 2000 he

    enters the Madrid Symphony Orchestra. He is currently Professor of the

    National Orchestra of Spain and professor at the School of Music

    KATARINAGURSKA

    Lucía Otero, Spanish violoncelist, began

    her studies in 1995. At first she studied with

    Arantza López and María de Macedo. From

    2008 until 2012 she studied in Escuela

    Superior de Música Reina Sofía with

    professor Natalia Shakhovskaya. Since

    2013 she continues developing her artistic

    skills in Centro Superior Katarina

    Gurska with Professor Michal Dmochovksi. She has wan competitions like VIII

    Competition “Intercentros” or the Violoncello and Chamber Music prices in her

    former conservatory. She has also been selected to participate in many

    international competitions like Janacek Cello Competition or Lutoslawski Cello

    Competition. Lucía is currently studying at Centro Superior

    KATARINAGURSKA. She plays an italian cello made in the 1940s by

    Giuseppe Lucci di Bagnacavallo.

  • 13th January 2015 DSMF Proposal 6

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    Sergey Teslia, Russian violinist, was awarded in

    1977 a diploma from the Russian Violin

    Competition in Kazan, and in 1979 won first prize in

    The Wieniawsky Competition for young violinists in

    Lublin, Poland. In 1990 he moves to Spain with the

    “Moscow Virtuosi” Chamber Orchestra, invited by

    the “Prince of Asturias Foundation”. From 1994

    until 2002, has been the concertmaster of the Royal

    Seville Symphony Orchestra. His performances as

    soloist, recitals, chamber music, contemporary

    music was recorded by RTV of Russia, National

    Radio of Spain, NDR of Germany. As member of

    “Moscow Virtuosi” he has recorded more than 20 CD’s for BMG. He has collaborated with the Youth Orchestra of Andalucia, Youth National Orchestra

    of Spain, Youth Orchestra of Murcia & Youth Orchestra of Madrid. From 2002

    to 2011 he was concertmaster of National Orchestra of Spain. Actually he

    works at “Real Conservatorio de Música in Madrid”, “Escuela Superior de

    Música Reina Sofía” and “Centro Superior KATARINAGURSKA”.

    Vicent Alberola, Spanish clarinetist, has directed

    at the Royal Theatre of Madrid with Madrid

    Symphony the following operas: Rita G.Donizetti

    the G.Puccini Boheme, Don Giovanni of WA

    Mozart, Persephone I.Stravinsky, Puss in Boots X

    .Montsalvatge, Iolanta of P. Tchaikovsky, G. Verdi's

    Macbeth and most recently L'Elissir G.Donizetti

    d'Amore.

    Principal conductor of the Madrid Symphony

    KATARINAGURSKA orchestra and guest

    conductor of the Opera of Perm, Russia. Same is

    also principal clarinet of the Mahler Chamber

    Orchestra and "Les Dissonances" Paris.

  • 13th January 2015 DSMF Proposal 7

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    PROGRAM

    Wednesday 4th of March, the “French Evening” at the Serena Hotel

    C. DEBUSSY:

    Sonata in G minor for violin and piano L 140

    I. Allegro vivo

    II. Intermède: Fantasque et léger

    III. Très anime

    Georgy Vasilenko, violin

    Bruno Vlahek, piano

    G. FAURÉ:

    Sicilienne, op. 78 for cello and piano

    Lucía Otero, violoncello

    Bruno Vlahek, piano

    F. POULENC:

    Sonata for clarinet and piano

    I. Allegro tristemente

    II. Romanza

    III. Allegro con fuoco

    Vicent Alberola, clarinet

    Bruno Vlahek, piano

    M. MARAIS/C. BERCOVICH:

    Couplets de follies d´Espagne, 2ème livre

    Cecilia Bercovich, viola

    C. FRANCK:

    Sonata in A major for violin and piano

    I. Allegretto ben moderato

    II. Allegro

    Sergey Teslya, violin

    Bruno Vlahek, piano

    M. RAVEL:

    Miroirs for piano

    I. Oiseaux tristes

    II. Alborada del gracioso

    Bruno Vlahek, piano

  • 13th January 2015 DSMF Proposal 8

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    Thursday 5th of March “ Slavic Evening” at the Sea Cliff Hotel

    S. RACHMANINOFF: Trio élégiaque no. º in G minor for piano, violin and cello

    Georgy Vasilenko, violin

    Lucía Otero, violoncello

    Bruno Vlahek, piano

    B. KOVÁCS:

    Hommage à Khatchaturian

    Vicent Alberola, clarinet

    C. BERCOVICH:

    “Pushkin Suite” - compilated and arranged by C.

    Bercovich

    1. Mikhail Glinka “Declaration of love”

    2. Sergei Rachmaninoff “Do not sing to me, beautiful

    maiden"

    3. Alexander Glazunov “A dream”

    4. Vissarion Shebalin “I am here, Inezylia”

    Cecilia Bercovich, viola

    Bruno Vlahek, piano

    I.STRAVINSKY/G. AGOSTI:

    Three movements from “The Firebird”

    I. Danse infernale

    II. Berceuse

    III. Finale

    Bruno Vlahek, piano

    A. DVORÁK: Rondó for cello and piano op. 94

    Lucía Otero, violoncello

    Bruno Vlahek, piano

    S. PROKOFIEV: Sonata for two violins in C major, op. 56

    I. Andante Cantabile

    II. Allegro

    III. Comodo (quasi allegreto)

    IV. Allegro con brio

    Sergey Teslya, violin

    Georgy Vasilenko, violin

  • 13th January 2015 DSMF Proposal 9

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    Friday 6th of March, “German Evening” at the Sea Cliff Hotel

    W. A. MOZART:

    Clarinet quintet in A Major, K. 581

    I. Allegro

    II. Larguetto

    III. Menuetto

    IV. Allegretto con variazioni

    Vicent Alberola, clarinet

    Georgy Vasilenko, violin

    Sergey Teslya, violin

    Cecilia Bercovich, viola

    Lucía Otero, violoncello

    F. SCHUBERT:

    String trio in B-flat major op. 471

    I. Allegretto ben moderato

    II. Allegro

    Sergey Teslya, violin

    Cecilia Bercovich, viola

    Lucía Otero, violoncello

    J. BRAHMS:

    Trio for clarinet, cello and piano in A minor, op. 114

    I. Allegro

    Vicent Alberola, clarinet

    Lucía Otero, violoncello

    Bruno Vlahek, piano

    R. SCHUMANN:

    Piano quintet in E-flat Major, op. 44

    I. Allegro brillante

    II. In modo d´una marcia. Un poco largamente

    III. Scherzo: molto vivace

    IV. finale: Allegro ma non troppo

    Bruno Vlahek, piano

    Sergey Teslya, violin

    Georgy Vasilenko, violin

    Cecilia Bercovich, viola

    Lucía Otero, violoncello

  • 13th January 2015 DSMF Proposal 10

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    Saturday 7th of March,“Spanish Evening” Spanish Ambassardor’s Residence

    M. FALLA: Two pieces for cello and piano

    Lucía Otero, violoncello

    Bruno Vlahek, piano

    E. HALFFTER:

    Three pieces for violin and piano

    Sergey Teslya, violin

    Bruno Vlahek, piano

    B. KOVÁCS:

    Hommage à Manuel de Falla

    Vicent Alberola, clarinet

    P. SARASATE/E. ZIMBALIST:

    Sarasateana

    I. Tango

    IV. Zapateado

    Cecilia Bercovich, viola

    Bruno Vlahek, piano

    I. ALBÉNIZ:

    Corpus Christi en Seville (de “Iberia”)

    Bruno Vlahek, piano

    E. GRANADOS:

    Piano quintet in G minor

    Georgy Vasilenko, violin

    Sergey Teslya, violin

    Cecilia Bercovich, viola

    Lucía Otero, violoncello

    Bruno Vlahek, piano

  • 13th January 2015 DSMF Proposal 11

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    PURPOSE OF THE FESTIVAL

    The Foundation aims to develop dental health campaigns with the creation

    of a Mobile Clinic that will travel around the country to bring basic dental

    care to populations. We are organizing this musical event to raise funds for

    what is our main goal for 2015, the Mobile Dental Clinic.

    This fully equipped Mobile Dental Clinic will provide access to restorative

    and preventative care, including exams, X-rays, fillings, emergency

    examination, and eventual surgeries, and palliative treatment right on the

    field throughout the country.

    It will serve multiple populations in broad geographic areas, many of which

    have no access whatsoever to any dental care.

    We will be bringing oral health to those who need it the most where it

    is most needed.

  • 13th January 2015 DSMF Proposal 12

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    OUR FOUNDATION: ONE WORLD ONE SMILE

    The start of One World One Smile begun through the creation of the

    Spanish foundation “Un Mundo Una Sonrisa”; a non-profit organization

    dedicated to the promotion of oral health in Tanzania and East Africa. The

    main goal is to provide and assist towards oral health in economically

    deprived areas. We then registered One World One Smile in Dar es

    Salaam, as an International Non-Governmental Organization.

    Combining both foundations, our team is made up of dentists, engineers

    and assistant surgeons. With an international background, we all come

    together to develop the foundations projects and ideas.

    The foundation pursues the following goals: assessing oral health in

    deprived areas to raise their standards of care, helping develop and train

    Tanzanian doctors and auxiliary staff and when needed, coordinating

    surgical assistance with other countries.

    Regarding our 2014 activities, we are proud to mention the following:

    Coordination of international surgical assistance for Sunday Sunday is a young Tanzanian boy, aged 22, with a big tumor in his jaw

    causing him facial deformity and unbearable pain from a year ago. Since his

    diagnosis in August, at the foundation’s clinic in Dar Es Salaam, we

    coordinated the medical assistance and the resources in Spain, initiating a

    campaign in both countries to raise funds.

    He landed in Madrid on October 25th for his surgery, to have the tumor

    removed and rebuild his lower jaw with bone from his fibula. One of the best

    surgical teams in Europe performed an 11 hour micro-surgery to restore him

    to normal oral health.

    Sunday is now back home in Tanzania. The amazing team of surgeons from

    San Francisco de Asís Hospital in Madrid made this miracle possible.

    4th edition of the Medical Camp in Kerege

  • 13th January 2015 DSMF Proposal 13

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    The Foundation’s team went to the Kerege Primary School in Bagamoyo to

    participate in the 4th edition of the medical camp organized by the Rotary

    Club of Dar Es Salaam Oyster Bay, which took place on November 16th,

    2014.

    For the first time a dental team was included in the medical camp.

    Throughout the day 750 patients were treated by various specialists

    (ophthalmology, gynecology and diagnosis of cervical cancer, blood tests,

    malaria tests, HIV tests, etc.). The team of One World One Smile gave

    dental care to 46 patients, based on their needs and carrying out 36

    emergency treatments (extractions, drainage of abscesses, severe pre-

    diagnostic of advanced lesions, etc.)

    Thanks to sponsorships and donations, One World One Smile was able to

    perform such actions with full instrumental availability and we successfully

    complete our first collaboration in a medical project of this nature.