Kyril Zlotnikov
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.
Alexandra Tirsu
Alexandra Tirsu is gaining recognition as one of the leading violinists of her generation.
Viviane Hagner
Munich-born violinist Viviane Hagner has won exceptional praise for her highly intelligent musicality and passionate artistry.
Daishin Kashimoto
, Daishin Kashimoto is a regular guest of major concert halls around the globe. In his decadelong role as first concertmaster of the Berliner Philharmoniker, this tremendous wealth of experience also benefits him
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.
Alessio Bax
Combining exceptional lyricism and insight with consummate technique, Alessio Bax is without a doubt “among the most remarkable pianists before the public” (Gramophone).
Vasilios Avraam
Vasilios Avraam studied at the Ferenc Liszt Conservatory in Hungary under the supervision of István Adrovicz, then at the Strasbourg National Conservatoire under Pablo Márquez, where he gained his Masters, and subsequently at the Academy of Music in Bratislava where he received his Musical Doctoral Degree (Artis Doctor) in classical guitar under the supervision of Jozef Zsapka. Avraam has also actively participated in master-classes by such renowned musicians as Walter Würdinger, Zoran Dukic, Gérard Abiton, and Devich Sándor. He was the First Prize winner of the National Guitar Competition in Hungary in 1998.
Kyros Patsalides
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.
Julia Morneweg
Born and raised in Cologne, Julia Morneweg trained at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hanover and at the Royal College of Music, under the tutelage of Raphael Wallfisch, Klaus Heitz and Leonid Gorokhov.
Yuri Kalnits
A recipient of two prestigious Diapason d’Or awards for his recording of Weinberg’s Violin Sonatas, Yuri Kalnits was described by reviewers as ‘an interpreter of the highest order’.
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