Having been hailed as one of the great geniuses of Spanish Music (El Pais) and one of the most important harmonica players of all time, Grammy award winning artist Antonio Serrano has been a reference point for Spanish jazz and one of the most highly acclaimed musicians in the world.
Called “the discovery of the year” by Crescendo classical music magazine, German-Greek pianist Danae Dörken is one of the most internationally acclaimed artists of the new generation, electrifying the audiences with her stunning technical skills, exceptional charisma and great profundity of her musicianship.
Despite his young age, Emmanuel Tjeknavorian is already one of the great artists of our times. Born in Vienna in 1995, he has made a name for himself both as a violinist and as a conductor, and he inspires audiences and critics with his depth, technical brilliance, and great versatility.
With an important 14-year artistic history, the Ergon Ensemble is nowadays considered one of the most important ensembles of contemporary music in Greece and abroad. Having the International Academy of Ensemble Modern as its starting meeting point, the Ergon – comprising some of the most talented Greek musicians around – revolves around a flexible format of performers according to the needs of each production.
Jiyeong Mun won the Geneva International Competition in Switzerland in 2014, at the age of 18, and subsequently won the Busoni International Competition in Italy in 2015. Since then, she has gained a reputation as one of the most sought-after musicians and pianists of her generation
Pianist Julien Quentin has established himself as a versatile and sensitive musician, exhibiting great maturity and poise. His remarkable depth of musicianship and distinct clarity of sound coupled with flawless technique, make him an artist in demand as both soloist and chamber musician.
Kyril Zlotnikov studied at the Belarusian State Music Academy and the Jerusalem Rubin Academy of Music and Dance. Prize-winner in many competitions, including the Clairmont Competition, the Braun-Roger Siegl Competition, and the Pierre Tarcali Prize, Zlotnikov is a founding member of one of the most dynamic and exciting string quartets of today – the Jerusalem Quartet, which has gained a vast international acclaim.
One of the most important Cypriot artists of his generation, with an acclaimed international career, Kyros Patsalides first came into the limelight in 1995, when he won the First Prize in the International Song Competition of the Arena di Verona in co-production with the State Opera of Budapest.
Marie Sophie Hauzel
Marie Sophie Hauzel has won a number of international competitions, such as the International Jenö Takacs Competition, the International Hans von Bülow Piano Competition in Meiningen, the International Balys Dvarionas Competition for Young Pianists in Vilnius, the Carl Bechstein Competition in Berlin.