Personality profile

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Boris Bohó

5 Apr 1976 Trenčín

classical music
cello

Collaboration(s): FACES Piano Trio

Bio

Bio

1990 — 1996
Conservatory Bratislava (Karol Filipovič)
1996 — 2001
Academy of Drama and Performing Arts in Bratislava (Jozef Podhoranský, Ján Slávik)
1995, 1996, 1997
master classes, solo cello (Daniel Shafran, Arto Noras, Wolfgang Herzer a Daniel Weis)
1999
master classes, chamber music (Daniel String Quartet, Levon Chilingrian)
2000
master classes, orchestra (Orchester institut Attergau under the lead of the Vienna Philharmonic)

He has worked with the Symfonia Warsovia, the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra, and the Virtuosi di Praga. He currently works with the Solisten Europeen Luxemburg (since 2002), and has been a member of the Camerata Bregenz chamber orchestra since 2005. As a soloist, he has performed in almost every major European city, as well as in Japan; he has also played at a number of music festivals at home and abroad (for instance, the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival). His activities in the field of chamber music are extensive. He has engaged in artistic partnerships with, for example, the cello players Arto Noras, Raphaёl Perraud, and Boris Barac, as well as with Bernoit Fromanger – flute, Sun-Yung Park – piano, and the dancer Nina Corti. He is a member of the Karinovo Trio (with Ján Timčák – violin, and Tomáš Nemec – piano), and since 2002, of the Trio Talich (with Marie-Pierre Vendôme – violin, and Jan Talich – viola). He has worked with the French Joachim Quartet since 2006.

Bibliography

  • Puškášová, Melánia: Konvergencie 2016
    2016 Hudobný život year 48, 2016, no. 11, p. 8 – 10
  • Šišková, Ingeborg: Nedeľné matiné v Mirbachovom paláci
    2015 Hudobný život year 47, 2015, no. 3, p. 3
  • Šišková, Ingeborg: Pestrá a rôznorodá dramaturgia v Mirbachovom paláci : Nedeľné matiné
    2013 Hudobný život 2013, no. 11, p. 8
  • Kubandová, Janka: Nedeľné matiné v Mirbachovom paláci
    2011 Hudobný život year 7-8, 2011, p. 6
  • Šišková, Ingeborg: FACES piano trio v Slovenskom rozhlase
    2010 Hudobný život 2010, no. 1-2, p. 5
  • Puškášová, Melánia: Komorné dni Johanna Nepomuka Hummela
    2006 2006, no. 7-8, p. 14 – 15
  • -bm-: Karinovo klavírne trio
    2006 Hudobný život 2006, no. 1, p. 22
  • Puškášová, Meška: O inom zázraku v Redute
    1996 1996, no. 7, p. 4
  • Platzner, Alexander: Bratislavské hudobné slávnosti 2015. Komorný súboj s veternými mlynmi
    2015 Hudobný život year 47, 2015, no. 11, p. 8

Discography

  • Photo: Lento ad astra: Playing "Šach" with Mr. Bach LENTO AD ASTRA: PLAYING "ŠACH" WITH MR. BACH
    2013 CD – Real Music House 1647-009-2

    1. Malí františkáni (improvisation & meditation inspired by Prelude in d minor from 2nd cello suite); Eva Šušková, Erik Rothenstein 2. J. S. Bach: Menuet from French Suite in b Minor (arr. Viliam Gräffinger); Zita Slavíčková, Erik Rothenstein 3. J. S. Bach: Arioso (arr. Erik Rothenstein); Boris Bohó, Zita Slavíčková, Erik Rothenstein Luboš Bernáth: Sonate in Old Style (inspired by music of J. S. Bach); Zita Slavíčková, Erik Rothenstein 4. Fantasia melancolica 5. Interlúdium 6. Largo e fugato in C 7. Rondo finale 8. Pavol Šuška: Für dich... (inspired by cryptogram HA, CB – BACH); Eva Šušková, Zita Slavíčková, Erik Rothenstien 9. Erik Rothenstein: Prater Menuet (inspired by Menuet g minor from Anna Magdalena Bach Notebook); Boris Bohó, Erik Rothenstein 10. Viliam Gräffinger: Ruhig und in sich zufrieden (inspired by Cantata n. 9); Eva Šušková, Zita Slavíčková, Erik Rothenstein 11. Veľkí františkáni (improvisation & meditation inspired by Prelude in d minor from 2nd cello suite); Eva Šušková, Erik Rothenstein 12. J. S. Bach: Andante (2nd movement from Italian Concert) (arr. Zita Slavíčková); Zita Slavíčková, Erik Rothenstein 13. Fragment (from Prelude in d minor from 2nd cello suite) (arr. Erik Rothenstein); Erik Rothenstein Lento ad astra: Zita Slavíčková – piano Erik Rothenstein – baritone saxophone Guests: Eva Šušková – voice Boris Bohó – violoncello
    1. Erik Rothenstein, Zita Slavíčková, Eva Šušková, Boris Bohó, Lento Ad Astra, Pavol Šuška, Viliam Gräffinger, Ľuboš Bernáth
  • Photo: Juraj Beneš – Going to JURAJ BENEŠ – GOING TO
    2011 CD – Music Fund SF00662131
    1. Juraj Beneš: Going to
      Jozef Podhoranský (vc), Juraj Alexander (vc), Ján Slávik (vc), Eugen Prochác (vc), Boris Bohó (vc), Csaba Rácz (vc)
    2. Juraj Beneš: Intermezzo No. 3
      Nora Skuta (pf), Miki Skuta (pf)
    3. Juraj Beneš: Three Monodies
      Quido Hölbling (vn), Anna Hölblingová (vn), Jozef Sikora (vc), Alexander Cattarino (cmb), Marta Nitranová (s), Juraj Beneš (dir.)
    4. Juraj Beneš: Durée Δ
      Ján Vladimír Michalko (org)
    5. Juraj Beneš: Haiku
      Nao Higano (s), Enikő Ginzery (zmb)
    6. Juraj Beneš: Waltz for Colonel Brumble
      Daniel Gazon (dir.), Bratislavské komorné združenie
  • Photo: Marek Brezovský: Chamber Music MAREK BREZOVSKÝ: CHAMBER MUSIC
    2004 CD – Music Fund SF 0040-2-131
    1. Marek Brezovský: Freedom
      Dušan Šujan (pf), Ivica Gabrišová (fl), Boris Bohó (vc)
    2. Marek Brezovský: Jad nesceš nemosáž, alebo chot na masáž, alebo nemosáž
      Dušan Šujan (pf), Contemporary Music Ensemble, Oskar Rózsa (dir.)
    3. Marek Brezovský: Such a Little Mood
      Peter Krajniak (vn), Dušan Šujan (pf)
    4. Marek Brezovský: Dedicated to Unhappiness
      Maroš Grznár (ob), Michal Kresťanko (bat), Štefan Bugala (bat), Contemporary Music Ensemble, Oskar Rózsa (dir.)
    5. Marek Brezovský: Piano Sonata No. 1 "The Way"
      Dušan Šujan (pf)
    6. Marek Brezovský: Miniature
      Contemporary Music Ensemble, Oskar Rózsa (dir.)
    7. Marek Brezovský: Piano Sonata No. 2 "The Desire"
      Dušan Šujan (pf)
    8. Marek Brezovský: Miniconcerto
      Pavol Ruček (sxt), Contemporary Music Ensemble, Oskar Rózsa (dir.)
    9. Marek Brezovský: Miniature quasi burlesca
      Dušan Šujan (pf)
    10. Marek Brezovský: Romance
      Peter Šesták (vl), Dušan Šujan (pf)

Premieres

  • First performances in Slovakia
  • Marián Lejava: Con Brio (Piano Trio No. 1)
    16 Sep
    2010
    First performances in Slovakia
    Fatra House of Arts, Žilina, SK
    PERFORMERS: FACES Piano Trio, Ivana Pristašová (vn), Boris Bohó (vc), Ladislav Fanzowitz (pf)
  • Pavol Malovec: Stabat Mater
    per soprano solo e quatro strumenti
    25 Nov
    1996
    First performances in Slovakia
    New Slovak Music, Slovak Radio, Studio 2, Bratislava, SK
    PERFORMERS: Jana Pastorková (s), Viliam Trgo (vn), Beáta Rašková (vn), Matej Drlička (cl), Boris Bohó (vc)


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