2. INTERDEPENDENCE OF STAKEHOLDERS WITHIN THE ECONOMY OF LIVE MUSIC
José Mosquera Zavala (Peru) – Download José M. Zavala’s speech (in Spanish)
Nació en Lima, inició sus primeros estudios musicales en le Conservatorio Nacional de Música con le profesor Edward Brown, luego realizó estudios en la especialidad de Corno en Alemania en las Escuelas de Detmold, Colonia y Hamburgo.
Ha participado en diversas orquestas en Alemania, como la Filarmónica y Opera de Colonia, Primer corno en le Teatro de Opera de Bremerhaven, Orquesta Franco-Alemán, Musical CATS en Hamburgo, Orquesta Mozart de Hamburgo y en la Filarmónica de las Naciones, con la cual realizó giras por Suecia, Rusia, Polonia, Republica Checa, Austria, España, Francia, Suiza, Portugal, Grecia, Egipto, Republica Dominicana, Brasil, Chile.
Ha participado en diversas grabaciones de CD’s y producciones de TV-ZDF en Alemania. Trabajó con grandes directores como Marek Janowsky, James Conlon, Justus Franz, Justus von Bebsky, Leo Pletner, Mstislav Rostropovich, Robert Strehli entre otros.
Capacitación en Dirección ha realizado con los Maestros David Makenzi, Jeral Brown en Lima, Jamil Maluf en Brasil.
Es fundador de la Orquesta Mozart de Lima y el Quinteto SOND-BRASS con las cuales realiza diversos conciertos de proyección social en Lima y diversas ciudades del Perú.
Actualmente, es también solista de la fila de Cornos en la Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional, Profesor en el Conservatorio Nacional de Música y Director Artistico de la Orquesta Sinfónica de la Policia Nacional del Perú.
Géza Kovács (Hungary) – Download Géza Kovács’s speech (in English)
Born in 1955 in Tura ( Hungary). Studied piano from his age of 7 percussion from 16. At the Béla Bartók Conservatory Budapest studied percussion than graduated as a music teacher at the College of Esztergom, later as a chorus master in Budapest and as a cultural manager at the Eötvös L. University Budapest.
Begun his career as a chorus master and cultural manager in city Dorog at an arts centre where he organised national and international arts festivals from 1980. Since 1989 Managing Director of Budapest MÁV Symphony Orchestra. In 1995 he was invited to the Hungarian State Orchestra as Managing Director. He conducted the transformation of the former ‘National Philharmonia’ and became the CEO of the National Philharmonic Orchestra Choir and Music Library in 1998.
Since 1994 Co-President, 2005 President of the Association of Hungarian Orchestras, Vice President of the Hungarian Music Council ( 2000-) member of the performing Arts Employers Associations League Europe (PEARLE) since 1996 member of the Executive Committee since 2000, now treasurer.. Member of International Society for the Performing Arts (ISPA) since 2004 member of the Board of Directors since 2007.
Lecturer at different universities, directed documentary films to different TV channels. Publishes essays, articles in Hungary and other countries. Married, has two daughters. His passion is his profession, wine-making and also passionate photographer.
Pedro Wallenstein (Portugal)
Born in 1954 in the Azores islands Pedro Wallenstein studied in the Lisbon Music Academy and in the National Conservatoire of Music and Post-Graduated in Double Bass in the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London.
He played in the Lisbon S.Carlos Opera House and is presently Principal Double Bass with the Portuguese Symphony Orchestra, along with a vast activity in Chamber Music and as session musician.
He introduced the Mini-Bass project in Portugal in the Lisbon Music Foundation for Children and led Seminars and Master Classes all over the country. At present he teaches in the Lisbon Metropolitan Academy for Orchestral Training.
Since the early 90’s he developed an interest in the Intellectual Property of performing arts and has been the President of the portuguese performers collective management society GDA since 1998.
Maurice Lausberg (Germany)
Maurice Lausberg graduated in physics from the University of Munich and the École Normale Supérieure in Paris.
After working for a number of years for the consultancy company Roland Berger & Partner, he became a production manager with the Bavarian State Opera, laying the foundations for “Development and Sponsorship.”
Since 2005 Maurice Lausberg has been managing director and partner of the company actori GmbH. He has been the leader of the Graduate Course in “Cultural Administration” at the Academy of Music and Drama in Munich since October 2009.