Personality profile

Photo: Tomáš Nemec Author: archív HC

Tomáš Nemec

30 Oct 1970 Humenné

classical music
piano, piano accompanying
pedagóg – piano

Bio

Bio

1985 – 1991
Košice Conservatory (piano – Ľudmila Kojanová) 
1991 – 1996
Academy of Performing Arts, Bratislava (Marián Lapšanský) 
1992 – 1995
participation in international performance courses (Lazar Berman, Eugen Indjić, Peter Toperczer and Halina Czerny-Stefańska) 
since 1997
teacher of piano playing and chamber accompaniment at the Church Conservatory in Bratislava
since 1999
lecturer in piano playing at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava

As soloist he has collaborated mainly with leading Slovak ensembles conducted by Slovak and foreign conductors. In chamber music he collaborates with prominent Slovak performers.

 

“Thanks to a faultless technical armoury, strong will and striking feeling for music he is one of the elite in the young generation of Slovak pianists.”

(Vladimír Čížik: Dictionary of Slovak Concert Art I., Hudobné centrum, Bratislava 2002, p. 96.)

Bibliography

  • Berger, Igor: Mimoriadny Rossini
    2018 Hudobný život 2018, no. 3, p. 2
  • Šišková, Ingeborg: Nedeľné matiné v Mirbachovom paláci
    2016 Hudobný život year 48, 2016, no. 11, p. 11
  • Torkošová, Petra: Bratislavské hudobné slávnosti 2014 : Koncert speváckeho zboru mesta Bratislavy
    2014 Hudobný život year 46, 2014, no. 11, p. 11
  • Šišková, Ingeborg: Nedeľné matiné v Mirbachovom paláci
    2013 Hudobný život year XLV, 2013, no. 1-2, p. 4
  • Šišková, Ingeborg: Nedeľné matiné v Mirbachovom paláci
    2012 Hudobný život 2012, no. 12, p. 3
  • Bubnáš, Juraj: Spravodajstvo, festivaly / BHS / Pocta jubilujúcim skladateľom
    2012 Hudobný život 2012, no. 12, p. 15
  • Dohnalová Lýdia: Štátny komorný orchester Žilina
    2007 Hudobný život year 39, 2007, no. 12, p. 3
  • Puškášová, Melánia: Komorné dni Johanna Nepomuka Hummela
    2006 Hudobný život 2006, no. 7-8, p. 14 – 15
  • Čížik, Vladimír: Z Mirbachovských matiné (recenzia recitálu 17. 3.)
    2002 Hudobný život 2002, no. 5, p. 14
  • Čížik, Vladimír: Tomáš Nemec
    2002 Slovník slovenského koncertného umenia I, Music Centre Slovakia, Bratislava 2002, p. 95 – 97
    (ISBN 80-88884-39-X)
  • Čížik, Vladimír: Koncerty v Mirbachu (recenzia recitálu)
    1999 Hudobný život 1999, no. 7–8, p. 25
  • Lesan, Marian: Zrkadlová sieň paláca potrebuje nový klavír (recenzia recitálu)
    1998 Večerník, Bratislava 1998, no. 165
  • Javorský, Igor: Filharmonické poobhliadnutie (o interpretácii Lisztovho koncertu Es dur so SF)
    1998 Hudobný život 1998, no. 14–15, p. 12
  • Palovčík, Michal: Koncertné matiné v Mirbachovom paláci
    1997 Hudobný život 1997, no. 22, p. 8
  • -mj- /Jurík, Marián/: Tomáš Nemec do TIJI
    1996 Hudobný život 1996, no. 14, p. 8
  • Skřepek, Roman: Z košického hudobného života
    1996 Hudobný život 1996, no. 12, p. 4
  • NL: Malá príjemná premiéra
    1994 Pravda 25.1. year LXXV, 1994, no. 19, p. 11
  • Berger, Igor: Hummelova klavírna súťaž
    1993 Hudobný život 1993, no. 18, p. 1–2

Discography

  • Photo: Eugen Suchoň – Complete Works for Piano 1928 – 1984 EUGEN SUCHOŇ – COMPLETE WORKS FOR PIANO 1928 – 1984
    2018 CD – R197 0003-2-331
    1. Eugen Suchoň: Adagio g mol ESD 42
      Mayuko Kida Takine (pf)
    2. Eugen Suchoň: A Little Suite With Passacaglia op. 3 ESD 48a
      Ladislav Fanzowitz (pf)
    3. Eugen Suchoň: Balladic Suite op. 9 ESD 58a
      Ladislav Fanzowitz (pf)
    4. Eugen Suchoň: Lullaby ESD 107
      Jordana Palovičová (pf)
    5. Eugen Suchoň: Metamorphoses ESD 77a
      Jakub Čižmarovič (pf)
    6. Eugen Suchoň: Pictures from Slovakia ESD 79 – Teeny-weeny Me ESD 79/1
      Martin Chudada (pf)
    7. Eugen Suchoň: Pictures from Slovakia ESD 79 – A Pack of Wolves ESD 79/2
      Peter Šandor (pf)
    8. Eugen Suchoň: Pictures from Slovakia ESD 79 – A Falcon Flew Over ESD 79/3
      Eduard Lenner (pf)
    9. Eugen Suchoň: Pictures from Slovakia ESD 79 – Sonatina ESD 79/4
      Norbert Daniš (pf)
    10. Eugen Suchoň: Pictures from Slovakia ESD 79 – The Mountains Suite ESD 79/5
      Adam Stráňavský (pf)
    11. Eugen Suchoň: Pictures from Slovakia ESD 79 – Sonata Rustica ESD 79/6
      Ladislav Fanzowitz (pf)
    12. Eugen Suchoň: Kaleidoscope (Evoluzioni armoniche) ESD 89a – Two Preludes In Old Style (Due preludi in stile antico) ESD 89/1a
      Tomáš Nemec (pf)
    13. Eugen Suchoň: Kaleidoscope (Evoluzioni armoniche) ESD 89a – Three Romantic Pieces (Tre pezzi romantici) ESD 89/2a
      Jordana Palovičová (pf)
    14. Eugen Suchoň: Kaleidoscope (Evoluzioni armoniche) ESD 89a – Meditation And Dance (Meditazione e Danza) ESD 89/3a
      Ladislav Fanzowitz (pf)
    15. Eugen Suchoň: Kaleidoscope (Evoluzioni armoniche) ESD 89a – Three Parts From Contemplations (Tre movimenti del Contemplazioni) ESD 89/4a
      Zuzana Biščáková (pf)
    16. Eugen Suchoň: Kaleidoscope (Evoluzioni armoniche) ESD 89a – Intermezzos (Intermezzi) ESD 89/5a
      Jakub Čižmarovič (pf)
    17. Eugen Suchoň: Kaleidoscope (Evoluzioni armoniche) ESD 89a – Impromptu With Variations And Finale (Improvisazione con variazioni) ESD 89/6a
      Adam Stráňavský (pf)
    18. Eugen Suchoň: Toccata ESD 94
      Mayuko Kida Takine (pf)
    19. Eugen Suchoň: Elegy And Toccata ESD 103
      Petra Hollaender-Pogády (pf)
    20. Eugen Suchoň: Wedding Dance from the opera Whirlpool ESD 72a
      Petra Hollaender-Pogády (pf)
    21. Eugen Suchoň: Serenade Op. 5
      Ladislav Fanzowitz (pf)
    22. Eugen Suchoň: Rhapsodic Suite Op. 20 ESD 87b
      Jordana Palovičová (pf), Zuzana Biščáková (pf)
    23. Eugen Suchoň: Symphonic Fantasia on B-A-C-H
      Bernadetta Šuňavská (org), Tomáš Nemec (pf)
  • Photo: The Bratislava Wind Octet THE BRATISLAVA WIND OCTET
    2006 CD – UW 0003-2-131
    1. Johann Nepomuk Hummel: Partita in Es
      Bratislava Wind Octet, Peter Šagát (cfg)
    2. Ladislav Kupkovič: Octet in D Major
      Bratislava Wind Octet
    3. Ilja Zeljenka: Octet
      Bratislava Wind Octet
    4. Igor Bázlik: Four Pieces For Wind Octet
      Bratislava Wind Octet
    5. Tomáš Rojček: A White Ship’s Prayer
      Tomáš Nemec (pf), Věra Rašková (fl), Michal Šintál (ob), Jozef Luptáčik, jr. (cl), Ladislav Práger (fg)
  • Photo: MUSICA ACADEMICA MUSICA ACADEMICA
    1994 CD – Slovart Records SR-0006-2-131
    1. Fritz Kreisler: Recitative and Scherzo for solo violin
      Peter Šaray (vn)
    2. Franz Schubert: Three songs
      Gustáv Beláček (b), Jana Nagy-Juhász (pf)
    3. Fryderyk Chopin: Nocturne in E major Op. 62, No. 2
      Tomáš Nemec (pf)
    4. Franz Liszt: La Campanella
      Tomáš Nemec (pf)
    5. Georg Christoph Wagenseil: Concerto for trombone and strings
      Albert Hrubovčák (tn), Mladí bratislavskí umelci, Anton Popovič (dir.)
    6. Luigi Arditi: The Dream of Home
      Ľubica Vargicová (s), Darina Lacková (pf)
    7. Henri Dutilleux: Sonatina for flute and piano
      Tomáš Janošík (fl), Helena Gáfforová (pf)
    8. William Walton: Bagatelle for solo guitar
      Miloš Tomašovič (gui)
    9. Mirko Krajči: ...and to Dust You Shall Return
      Juraj Kováč (vc)
  • Photo: Ladislav Burlas LADISLAV BURLAS
    1978 LP – Opus 9111 0572
    1. Ladislav Burlas: Concert Sonata
      Peter Michalica (vn)
    2. Ladislav Burlas: Cadenza
      Peter Michalica (vn)
    3. Ladislav Burlas: Music for String Quartet
      The Slovak Quartet, Aladár Móži (vn), Tomáš Nemec (vn), Milan Telecký (vl), Jozef Sikora (vc)
    4. Ladislav Burlas: String Quartet No. 2
      Košice string quartet, Milan Jirout (vn), Ivan Rosa (vn), Jozef Kýška (vl), Juraj Jánošík (vc)

Awards

  • Ferenc Liszt International Competition, Budapest (HU)
    1996, 2001 - honourable mention
  • Tribune of Young Performers (TIJI) UNESCO, Lisabon (PT)
    1996 - finals
  • International Johannes Brahms Competition, Pörtschach (AT)
    1994 - 2nd prize
  • Johann Nepomuk Hummel International Piano Competition, Bratislava (SK)
    1993 - 2nd prize
  • International F. Chopin Piano Competition, Marianske Lazne (CZ)
    1991 - 2nd prize
  • International Smetana Piano Competition, Hradec Králové (CZ)
    1990 - honourable mention
  • Competition of Students Slovak Republic Conservatories
    1988 - 1st prize

Premieres

  • First performances in Slovakia
  • Juraj Filas: Smiles and Tears
    20 Sep
    2009
    First performances in Slovakia
    Sunday Matinees at the Bratislava City Gallery, Bratislava, SK
    PERFORMERS: Jozef Luptáčik, jr. (cl), Jozef Eliáš (cl), Tomáš Nemec (pf)
  • Peter Zagar: Strings, Hammers, Mallets
    19 Nov
    2008
    First performances in Slovakia
    Evenings of New Music, Bratislava, SK
    PERFORMERS: Magdaléna Bajuszová (pf), Tomáš Nemec (pf), Milan Osadský (ac), Juraj Mitošinka (tn), Albert Hrubovčák (tn), Branislav Belorid (tn), Nikolaj Kanišák (tu)
  • Ilja Zeljenka: Piano Etudes No. 2
    17 Mar
    2002
    First performances in Slovakia
    Sunday Matinees at the Bratislava City Gallery, Bratislava, SK
    PERFORMERS: Tomáš Nemec (pf)
  • Vladimír Bokes: Capriccio pour flute et clavecin ou piano, op. 64
    1998 First performances in Slovakia
    Mirbach Palace, Bratislava, SK
    PERFORMERS: Monika Štreitová (fl), Tomáš Nemec (pf)

Gallery

  • Photo: Matiné in Mirbach Palace 2019-05-12 Matiné in Mirbach Palace
    Igor Fábera, Simona Pingitzer and Tomáš Nemec

    Source: Archives of Music Centre Slovakia
    Author: Dušan Godár


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