Reinhard Seehafer, conductor

Reinhard Seehafer was born in Magdeburg. He studied conducting, composing and piano in Leipzig and Weimar with Kurt Masur and Rolf Reuter and was qualified as a conductor with Leonard Bernstein and Otmar Suitner.

Khachatur Almazian, violin

Armenian violinist and producer, Khachatur Almazian, is the Artistic Director, Leader and Soloist of the popular and versatile “Almazian Symphony” – an ensemble constituted of highly talented musicians that he founded,

Tigran Hakhnazaryan, conductor

Conductor Tigran Hakhnazaryan has an extensive and varied repertoire which includes symphonic works, instrumental concertos as well as chamber music and also opera and ballet pieces.
Tigran Hakhnazaryan was born in 1978.

Narek Hakhnazaryan, cello

Since winning the Cello First Prize and Gold Medal at the XIV International Tchaikovsky Competition in 2011 at the age of 22, Narek Hakhnazaryan has performed with most major orchestras and in recital and chamber music across the globe at many of the world’s most prestigious festivals.

Areg Navasardyan, violin

Areg Navasardyan was born on 22.10.1999 in Yerevan, Armenia. He began to study violin when he was 6 years old at the Yerevan Tchaikovsky Specialized School of Music under Professor Gagik Smbatyan.

Sara Ureña Cabrera, flute

The international artist Sara Urena stands out for her long career in Europe and the USA. Sara started her studies at La Unió de Quart de Poblet.

Robert Ferrer, conductor

Born in Faura (Valencia, Spain) in 1984, conductor Robert Ferrer was entitled degrees in Conducting and Tuba by Conservatorio Superior de Música “Joaquín Rodrigo” in Valencia. He has attended courses and masterclasses in Conducting with Manuel Galduf,

Khatia Buniatishvili, piano

Born in Georgia, Khatia Buniatishvili discovered piano at the early age of three. She gave her first concert with Tbilisi Chamber Orchestra when she was six and was subsequently invited to tour internationally with them.