Sofya Vardanyan, violin

Born in 1999 in Yerevan, into a family of musicians. Sofya took up violin at the age of seven. She has studied at Yerevan Tchaikovsky School of Music for gifted children with Prof.

Mikayel Navasardyan, cello

Born in 1992 in Yerevan. Mikayel is the 1st prize-winner and laureate of the International “Renaissance” Competition-Festival, dedicated to the 140 anniversary of Komitas (2007).

Nikoghayos Vardanyan, cello

Born in Yerevan in 1959, into a family of renowned musicians. Graduated from the Yerevan Conservatory (class of Prof. Geronty Talalyan). Since 1986 Nikoghayos Vardanyan is an artist of the Armenian National Philharmonic Orchestra.

Yana Daryan, viola

Yana Daryan graduated from the Yerevan Tchaikovsky School of Music, the Komitas Conservatory and postgraduate studies (class of Prof.S.Khachatryan). She continued musical training at the Hochschule fur Musik und Theater in Bern under the guidance of Prof.Hartmut Rohde and Christoph Schiller.

Karmen Tosunyan, violin

The Honored Artist of RA, violinist Karmen Tosunyan was awarded with the title of a Laureate of the Republican Competition at a young age.
He graduated from the Yerevan Conservatory with Prof.

Anna Gyogchyan, viola

Born in Yerevan. Graduated from the Yerevan Conservatory and postgraduate courses (class of Prof. Albert Broutyan).
During the years of study she has taken masterclasses from world known musicians such as Peter Oundjian,

Mikayel Voskanyan, cello

Mikayel Voskanyan was born into a musical family in 2003 in Yerevan. He is prizewinner and laureate of various international competitions such as Anna Kull Cello Competition,

Roman Simovic, violin

Roman Simovic’s brilliant virtuosity has taken him throughout all continents performing on many of world’s leading stages including the Great Hall of the Tchaikovsky Conservatoire,

Sharon Bezaly, flute

Described by The Times (UK) as ‘God’s gift to the flute’, Sharon Bezaly was chosen as best flautist in the world (BBC Music Magazine 2019) A first prize graduate of the Paris Conservatoire,

Sergej Krylov, violin

Effervescent musicianship, intense lyricism and beguiling tonal beauty belong to the qualities that have secured Sergej Krylov’s place among today’s most renowned performers.
A regular guest with several major institutions and world’s leading orchestras,

Augustin Hadelich, violin

Augustin Hadelich has established himself as one of the great violinists of his generation. He has performed with all the major American orchestras, and his increasingly numerous appearances in Great Britain,

Enrico Pace, piano

Enrico Pace was born in Rimini, Italy in 1967. He studied piano with Franco Scala, mainly at the Rossini Conservatory in Pesaro.[1] He was also active as conductor and composer.

Jing Zhao, cello

With her deep musicality and virtuosity, Jing ZHAO is considered one of the most promising artists now establishing an international career. Jing Zhao, the leading Chinese cellist of her generation,

Rosanne Philippens, violin

In 22/23 highlights include her debut with the Royal Philharmonic in London, the SWR Konstanz on tour across Germany, Finland’s Jyväskylä Sinfonia and Sweden’s Norrlandsoperans Symphony Orchestra and return engagements with the BBC Scottish Symphony,

Kristof Baráti, violin

Hungarian violinist Kristóf Baráti is recognized increasingly across the globe as a musician of extraordinary quality with a vast expressive range and impeccable technique. Applauded repeatedly for the poetry and eloquence that he brings to his playing,

Marco Parisotto, conductor

Born in Montreal of Italian lineage, Marco Parisotto is among Canada’s foremost conductors on the international scene. A guest with orchestras around the globe, with unrelentingly high standards of performance,

Nicolai Elsberg, bass

Danish bass Nicolai Elsberg’s rich sonorous voice has already caught the attention of contemporary composers Karsten Fundal and Rasmus Zwicki, who have written respectively an opera and an oratorio specifically for his rare Lyricher/Dramaticher Seriöser Bass.

Bella Amaryan, mezzo-soprano

In 2019 Bella Amaryan graduated from the Yerevan Conservatory with honors (class of Assօciate professor Nona Melkumova). Bella is a three times winner of the “Renaissance” Competition-Festival and a laureate of rd “Romansiada” International Competition (2020,