Voted "ADAMI Classical Discovery of the Year" at the Midem in Cannes and awarded the Sacem Georges Enesco Prize, Nicolas Dautricourt is undoubtedly one of the most brilliant and engaging French violinists of his generation.
Regarded as one of the most inspiring and gifted artists of his generation, Hrachya Avanesyan first received international attention when he won the First Prize at the Yehudi Menuhin International Violin Competition in 2006.
Levon Chilingirian, born in Cyprus, began violin with his great uncle, Vahan Bedelian. After emigrating to the U.K., he later studied with his uncle, Manoug Parikian, Hugh Bean, and the Amadeus Quartet.
Boris Brovtsyn studied at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory and became a laureate of international competitions, such as Georg Kulenkampff (1994, Cologne), Transnet (1996, Pretoria) and Yehudi Menuhin (1998).
Violinist Rosanne Philippens is an extraordinary communicator, with an innate musicality and an infectiously joyful yet sincere approach to music-making.
Alina Ibragimova has established a reputation as one of the most accomplished and intriguing violinists of the younger generation.
Hungarian violinist Kristóf Baráti is recognised across the globe as a musician of extraordinary quality with a vast expressive range and impeccable technique.
Dan Zhu is widely recognised as one of the leading musicians of his generation on the international stage today.
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Wolfgang Schröder has performed together with Yehudi Menuhin and Alberto Lysy, both as a soloist and a chamber musician, all over the world, including the Barbican Center in London and Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires.