Sergey Dogadin, violin

After stellar achievements in prestigious violin competitions, Sergei Dogadin achieved international fame, consolidating himself as one of the best violinists of his generation.

His triumphs include securing the First prize and Gold Medal at the XVI Tchaikovsky International Competition in Moscow (2019),

Marc Albrecht, conductor

Marc Albrecht is one of the most exciting conductors of his generation. He is in demand internationally as a conductor of the German-Austrian late Romantic repertoire from Wagner and Strauss to Zemlinsky,

John Chest, baritone

American baritone John Chest’s “presence and delivery complement the dark, rich colours in his voice” (Opera Now).

Recent and forthcoming engagements include Eisenstein in Die Fledermaus at Vancouver Opera (2024),

Jeneba Kanneh-Mason, piano

Pianist Jeneba Kanneh-Mason is already captivating audiences
with her “maturity in performance and interpretation, the
former an uncanny phenomenon” (Fraser). The third of the
Kanneh-Mason clan to establish herself as a soloist,

Andreas Kern, piano

Born in South Africa, Andreas Kern studied piano in Cologne and Berlin with Günter Ludwig and Pascal Devoyon. As a soloist and chamber musician, he has extensive experience in Europe,

Paul Cibis, piano

Educated in Hanover, Berlin and London, Paul Cibis has performed on five continents and established an international presence. He has been invited to
international festivals in the UK,

Jules Grison

He is without a doubt one of the most talented singers and performers of his
generation, best known for his role in the world famous musical ‘Romeo and