Stancul will appear again in spring 2013 with Bartok´s piano concerto N° 3 at
the Wiener Musikverein, where she has
been „artist in residence“ in the season 2011/12 and could be heard in 3 symphonic concerts, 2
recitals and 3 chamber music projects. Furthermore she will perform in 2012/13 a.o.
with Stuttgarter Philharmoniker, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and Qatar
Philharmonic Orchestra. In February 2012 she made her
debut with Mozart's KV 488 at the Royal Festival Hall with the Royal
Philharmonic Orchestra under Daniele Gatti, followed by an invitation of the Deutsche
Staatsphilharmonie and the Brno Philharmonic.
In the previous seasons Jasminka Stancul played
again with the Stuttgarter Philharmoniker, Tiroler Festpiele Erl, Südwestdeutsche
Philharmonie, Philharmonie Essen, Württembergische Philharmonie, Nürnberger
Philharmoniker, Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra,
Haydn Orchestra of Bolzano and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. After her successful debut-CD for the label
col legno Classics (Beethoven’s Piano Concertos N° 1 and 5), another CD with
Jasminka Stancul was released in early 2009: with the Haydn Orchestra Bolzano
under Gustav Kuhn she recorded the Con-certos KV 271 and 595 by Mozart.
In her successful career Jasminka Stancul played
with Wiener Symphoniker, Wiener Concertverein, Mozarteum Orchester, Camerata
Salzburg, Bruckner Orchester Linz, Prague Symphony Orchestra, Deutsche
Staatsphilharmonie Rheinland-Pfalz, Berliner Sinfonie-Orchester, Badische
Staatskapelle Karlsruhe, Philharmonie Essen, Nürnberger Philharmoniker, Robert
Schumann-Philharmonie Chemnitz, Württem-bergische Philharmonie, Slovenian
Philharmonic, Warsaw Philharmonic, Hungarian National Philharmonic, Zagreb
Philharmonic, St. Petersburg
Philharmonic, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, Orchestre de Paris,
Orchestre Philharmonique de Luxembourg, Orchestre Philharmonique de Liege,
Gulbenkian Foundation, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic,
Madison Symphony Orchestra, Charlotte Symphony, Sydney Symphony Orchestra and
Tokyo Symphony Orchestra.
Jasminka Stancul has worked with outstanding
conductors such as Alexeev, Bareza, Bartolomé, Baudo, Boni, Fisch, Graf,
Horvat, Kobayashi, Korsten, Kuhn, Luisi, Maazel, Ono, Perick, Rasilainen,
Remmereit, Salonen, Sanderling, Saraste, Schirmer, Sieghart, Stein, Tetzlaff, Weil
and Wildner. She appeared at many important festivals such as the
Klavier-Festival Ruhr, Schleswig-Holstein and Rheingau Musik Festival, Maggio
Musicale Fiorentino, Settimane Musicale di Stresa, Wiener Musiksommer,
Carinthischer Sommer, Radio France Montpellier as well as in Toulouse,
Besancon and Bratislava.
Jasminka Stancul is member of the Wiener Brahms Trio and also enjoys a
close cooperation with the Wiener Streichquartett, an ensemble of the Wiener
Philhar-moniker, with whom she regularly performs at the Wiener Musikverein and
Jasminka Stancul, born in Serbia, studied in her home country as well as at
the Music Conservatory in Vienna with Noel
Flores and in Geneva
with Maria Tipo. She was winner of the 1st
prize at the International Beethoven Competition in Vienna.