Zdeněk Klauda, piano

A composer, pianist and flautist since his childhood, Zdeněk Klauda studied at the Jan Neruda Music Grammar School (composition under the tutelage of M. Kubička,

Stepanka Pucalkova, mezzo-soprano

Born in Berlin, the mezzo-soprano Stepanka Pucalkova graduated in 2005 studying singing at the High school of Jan Neruda in Prague and 2007 she continued to the University Mozarteum in Salzburg,

Gautier Capuçon, cello

Gautier Capuçon is a true 21st century ambassador for the cello. Performing each season with many of the world’s foremost conductors and instrumentalists, he is also founder and leader of the 

Hayk Melikyan, piano

…Hayk Melikyan… has power and agility to spare, with plenty of attention to inner voicings. He is never at a loss for style or direction in any of this music,

Hover State Chamber Choir

“Hover” State Chamber Choir is always open to new ideas and forms in choral art. The choir appeared with numerous performances in various genres: vocal-symphonic,

Anush Nikogosyan, violin

Anush Nikogosyan is an Armenian violinist who was born in 1989 in Yerevan and appeared first time with the Armenian National Philharmonic Orchestra aged only 10 on stage of Aram Khachaturian Concert Hall performing Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto in e-moll.

Artsvik Demurchyan, soprano

Artsvik Demurchyan was born in Yerevan. She graduated from the Yerevan Conservatory and postgraduate courses with prof. A. Saradjian. She is a laureate of  V.

Freddy Kempf, piano (UK)

Freddy Kempf is one of today’s most successful pianists performing to sell-out audiences all over the world. Exceptionally gifted with an unusually broad repertoire, Freddy has built a unique reputation as an explosive and physical performer who is not afraid to take risks as well as a serious,

Paul-Emmanuel Thomas (France)

Paul-Emmanuel Thomas is at the forefront of a new generation of French entrepreneurial conductors with multiple trajectories. Appointed in 2010 as Music Director of the Classica Italiana Orchestra in Torino,

Kristof Barati, violin (Hungary)

Hungarian violinist Kristóf Baráti is recognized increasingly across the globe as a musician of extraordinary quality with a vast expressive range and impeccable technique. In 2014,

Anna Tifu, violin (Italy)

Winner of the 2007 George Enescu Competition in Bucharest Anna Tifu is considered one of the leading violinists of her generation.
Born in Cagliari,

Anahit Chaushyan, piano (UK)

Anahit was born into the fourth generation in a family of professional musicians and started musical training from the age of six. After completing her studies in Armenia she had given numerous recitals there;

David Abrahamyan, viola (Spain)

David Abrahamyan is the co-founder and Artistic Director of Dakapp. David studied viola under Maestro Oleg Lev, Diemut Poppen and Boris Belkin and played in the Mozart Orchestra under Claudio Abbado.

Boris Brovtsyn, violin (UK)

Boris Brovtsyn has established himself as one of the most profound and versatile musicians of his generation. He is in ever-increasing demand all around the world as both concerto soloist and chamber musician.

Ashley Wass, piano (UK)

Described as an ‘endlessly fascinating artist’, Ashley Wass’s musical career is one of unusual creativity and variety. Alongside his work as soloist and chamber musician,

Andrey Boreyko (Belgium)

2022/23 marks Andrey Boreyko’s fourth season as Music and Artistic Director of Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra. They celebrated the orchestra’s 120th birthday last season, toured across the US,

Sevak Avanesyan, cello (Belgium)

Sevak Avanesyan is described as “a musician of extraordinary virtuosity and a remarkable range of sound capacities” (Bernard Greenhouse) and “undoubtedly, one of the most gifted musicians of his generation”(Janos Starker).

Alexander Chaushian, cello (UK)

Now regarded as one of the finest cellists of the younger generation, Alexander Chaushian has performed extensively throughout the world. As a soloist with orchestra his appearances include the Vienna Chamber Orchestra at Vienna’s Konzerthaus and at the Bruchnerhaus in Linz,

Pier Carlo Orizio (Italy)

Born in Brescia in 1963, Pier Carlo Orizio graduated in piano under M° Sergio Marengoni and in conducting under M° Donato Renzetti. He also attended master classes held by Emil Tchakarov (Venice 1988) and Leonard Bernstein (Rome 1989).

Simon Trpceski, piano (Macedonia)

Macedonian pianist Simon Trpčeski has established himself as one of the most remarkable musicians to have emerged in recent years, praised not only for his powerful virtuosity and deeply expressive approach,