WIENER MUSIKVEREIN DEBUT IN 2014 On March 19th 2014 the Valsassina Ensemble Vienna will perform a Debut Concert at the prestigious halls of the Wiener Musikverein. PRIMAVERA FESTIVAL CONCERTS WITH 
MARC LEROY-CALATAYUD The Valsassina Ensemble has invited 
Marce Leroy-Calatayud to conduct the 2014 Primavera Festival Concerts.
CONCERTS IN MEXICO 2014 The Valsassina Ensemble Vienna is pleased to announce several upcoming concerts in Mexico.

These concerts will take place in Mexico City, Cuernavaca and Mérida. WIENER KONZERTHAUS DEBUT Last fall on September 17th the Valsassina Ensemble played a Debut Concert at the distinguished Wiener Konzerthaus under the baton of Marta Gardolinska.
OUR MEMBERS The Valsassina Ensemble Members are young talented, international instrumentalists from all over around the world. 
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LÉON DE CASTILLO an Austrian-Mexican Tenor, made his debut in Mexico at the early age of 5 and in Vienna at the age of 8 as a soloist with the 'Mozart Sängerknaben' at the "Volksoper", "Staatsoper" and also at the "Musikverein" and "Konzerthaus". He began his studies in 2007 at the "Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Wien" under Karlheinz Hanser and Gabriele Lechner and had his debut in 2008 with Placido Domingo in the Zarzuela "Luisa Fernanda" in "Theater an der Wien". In 2010 he appeared there once again with the famous Tenor as the "Thug" in 'Il Postino', in 2009 with Christian Gerhaher as "Wachtmeister" in Henzes "Prinz von Homburg", and in 2011 as "Melibeo" at Haydn's "La Fedelta Premiata" and as "Mars" in Händels "Rynaldo" at the LifeBall in Vienna. 2012 saw his Debut at 'Bellas Artes' (State Opera Mexico) and that year he also sang the role of "Alfred" in "Die Fledermaus" at the "Teatro Peón Contreras". 2012 also included Lied-Recitals at the Austrian Cultural Forum, Concerts with a wide variety of symphony orchestras and notably a performance at the Olympic Opening Ceremony at the British Embassy in Vienna.

In 2013 he sang at the Wiener Konzerthaus, Wiener Musikverein, Wiener Ehrbar Saal, Bellas Artes, Teatro Peón Contreras and founded the Primavera Festival Vienna.
LUKAS MEDLAM born in 1985, started the piano at the age of five and the violin at the age of six learning at first with his mother, herself a professional violinist, before going to the Purcell school where he studied with Paul Barritt, leader of the Halle Orchestra. Lukas was leader of the Hampshire Youth Orchestra for two years but ultimately prefers the solo and chamber music repertoire. In 2000 Lukas won the Basingstoke Young Musician of the Year competition, followed in June 2002 by the Newbury Young Musician of the Year both as a pianist. The award included a concerto performance with the Southern Sinfonia in Autumn 2003. Lukas studied violin for a year with Itzhak Rashkovsky at the Royal College of Music, before embarking on a four-year physics degree at Imperial College London, where a music scholarship ensured his continuing studies at the RCM.
He spent his third year in Padova, working on a major research project and learning Italian. In November 08 he performed the Barber Violin Concerto with the Imperial College Symphony Orchestra. Now that his academic pursuit is over, he plans to perform more concerts internationally and is commencing a masters in violin at the Vienna consertavoire. His compositions are played throughout the world.