Yeol Eum Son, piano

Poetic elegance, an innate feeling for expressive nuance and the power to project bold dramatic contrasts are among the arresting attributes of Yeol Eum Son’s pianism.

Kai Kluge, tenor

Kai Kluge, Tenor, born in Sindelfingen, began his musical training aged five with the Aurelius Sängerknaben Calw. This followed with Third Boy/Die Zauberflöte and Shepherd Boy/Tosca on national (Karlsruhe,

Maire Therese Carmack, mezzo-soprano

American mezzo-soprano Maire Therese Carmack is the winner of the Third Prize at Operalia 2022 and has been praised by Opera News for her “deep mezzo and vibrant metallic timbre”

Christoph Koncz, conductor

Music Director Designate. Orchestre symphonique de Mulhouse
Chief Conductor. Deutsche Kammerakademie Neuss am Rhein
Principal Guest Conductor. Les Musiciens du Louvre

The young Austrian conductor Christoph Koncz has already established himself as one of the outstanding musicians of his generation,

Aaron Sheehan, tenor

American Tenor Aaron Sheehan, recognized internationally as a leading interpreter of baroque repertoire, is equally at home on the concert platform and the opera stage.

Milan Siljanov, bass/baritone

Hailed for his “fiery and persuasive vocal presence” (Bachtrack) and “a heartbreakingly intense singing that took one`s breath away” (Süddeutsche Zeitung), the 34-year-old Milan Siljanov returns to the Ensemble of the Bavarian State Opera in the 2021-22 season for productions of Der Freischütz,

Allen Boxer, bass

Impressive in his low range, Allen Boxer’s baritone voice embodies Golaud, a virile hunter carried away by fiery jealousy. He easily soars through his upper range,

Jessica Niles, soprano

American Soprano Jessica Niles, praised for her “clear intention and thoughtful direction” (Opera Wire) and her “pure and bright timbre and extremely natural expression” (docenotas),

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,

Gil Marsalla

Gil Marsalla has been studying music since the age of 14 and had a rewarding career as a musician, music director, conductor and artistic director.

Frédéric Viale

Frédéric Viale learns music at the Accordion Club Cannes La Bocca Mouans-Sartoux. His teacher is none other than Lucien Galliano2, father of Richard Galliano to whom we owe the renaissance of the accordion in the world of jazz3.

Nobuyuki Nakajim

Nobuyuki Nakajima is Japanese musician, composer, arranger, pianist, who studied composition in Tokyo and Paris. Noted not only for his masterful piano, but also for his talent of composing and arranger of elegant and thrilling ensembles,

Nathalie Lermitte

Singing is certainly a true vocation for Nathalie Lermitte. Indeed, at the age of six, she started performing.

The day she turned eighteen was also the day she released her first album “Tu es tout ce que j’aime”,

Edith Piaf

Edith Piaf, real name Edith Giovanna Gassion, was born in Paris on the 19 December 1915 and died in Grasse, France on October 11, 1963.

Artyom Dervoed, guitar

“One of the most outstanding classical guitarists I’ve heard so far…[who] is taking the classical guitar to a new level. To watch Mr. Dervoed’s stunning virtuosity combined with his deep musical insight…is more than fascinating.” Prof.

Isabel Martinez, guitar

‘Isabel Martinez’s sound is distinguished by its warmth and delicacy. It maintains a perfect balance between virtuosity and contrasting moments of intimacy and introspection.’
Melomano Magazine

Isabel Martinez is one of Spain’s leading guitarists of her generation.

Juan Antonio Ramirez, conductor

Juan Antonio Ramírez is considered one of the most versatile artists of the moment. His freshness and passion communicate an exceptional artistic quality in all areas that shows his successful career for more than 30 years.