Aida Avanesyan, piano

Aida Avanesyan was born on the 28th June, 2006. In 2011, aged five, she entered the Special Music school named Alexander  Spendiaryan and began to study with honored teacher of the Republic of Armenia Karine Harutyunyan. 

Hayk Hekekyan, oboe

Hayk Hekekyan was born in Armenia, on September 18, 2005.

He is oboist and studies in Sayat-Nova music school in Yerevan. Teacher – Harutyun Shakhkyan.

Leo Avanesyan, piano

Leo was born on September 14, 2015 in Brussels, Belgium. He is studying in Musical Academy of Etterbeek in the class of Katarjina Hayduk.

In 2023 in Yerevan he won the Grand Prize participating to the Competition of Young Pianists organised by AGBU.

Lilit Martirosyan, piano

Lilit Martirosyan started playing the piano at the age of 8.  After studying for six months in Yerevan, she moved to Moscow and studied for six years in the class of Honored Artist of the Russian Federation Nana Ter-Gabrielyan.

Lucia Muradian, piano

Lucia Moradian was born on 2013 in Tehran. She is studying at the fifth grade of Arax-Armenian National School in Iran. She began to study piano playing at the age of 5 under the supervision of her mother Rebecca Ashooghian,

Menua Melik-Haykazyan, piano

Menua Melik-Haykazyan (born on 18th March 2013) is an Armenian little polyglot known for his exceptional musical, mathematical, linguistic and other skills. He is a 6th-grade student at a school named after A.

Svetlana Hakobyan, piano

Svetlana was born in Yerevan in 2007. Her journey into music began at the age of five when her parents noticed her interest towards music and she started taking private piano lessons.

Vardan Geodakyan, piano

Pianist Vardan Geodakian was born in Gyumri. He refined his skills under the tutelage of masters Armen Babakhanian and Peter Lang in Yerevan Komitas State Conservatory and in Mozarteum Salzburg.

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
Juliet’.

Nathalie Lermitte

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”,

James P. Liu, conductor

Acclaimed as one of the most outstanding conductors in China today, founder of Wuhan Philharmonic Orchestra, music director and chief conductor, James P. Liu has achievements throughout Europe and America.

Jessica Cottis, conductor

Conductor Jessica Cottis has earned widespread recognition for her inventive,
thought-provoking programming and inspiring musical leadership. A gifted
communicator described as “cool, contained,

Claire Booth, soprano

“An actor-singer who can raise the dramatic heat as soon as she enters
the stage” (Opera Now), “that most questing, resourceful and intelligent
of sopranos” (Daily Telegraph),

Elisso Bolkvadze, piano

Born in Tbilisi, Georgia, in the family of poets and writers, Elisso Bolkvadze began her musical study at the early age of four and performed her first concert with orchestra at the age of seven.

Sir Andrew Davis, conductor

One of today’s most recognized and acclaimed conductors, Sir Andrew
Davis’s career spans over fifty years in which he has been the artistic
leader at several of the world’s most distinguished opera and symphonic
institutions,

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Hovhannes Tchekidjian, conductor

Hovhannes Tchekidjian was born in 1929 in Istanbul. From 1951-53 he studied at Paris «Ecole Normale de Musique», and  in 1961 completed postgraduate courses of the Istanbul Conservatory.

Armenian National Academic Choir

The Armenian National Academic Choir was founded in 1936. Since 1961 to present, Maestro Hovhannes Tchekidjian is the artistic director and principal conductor of the choir.

Anush Hovhannisyan, soprano

Described by Opera Now as ‘the future of opera’, British-Armenian soprano Anush Hovhannisyan began her career as a member of the Jette Parker Artists Programme at The Royal Opera House,

Dean Power, tenor

Following nine years as an ensemble member at the Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich, Irish tenor Dean Power is firmly establishing himself as a solo guest artist on the international stage.

Nicolai Elsberg, bass

The artist sang the role of Sarastro at the Royal Danish Opera, Copenhagen, and at the Opera du Rhin, Strasbourg. From 2020 – 2022 Nicolai Elsberg was a member of the Royal Danish Opera and sang roles such as: Colline in LA ВОНЁМЕ,

Bernd Glemser, piano

“Bernd Glemser is the German pianistic miracle of his generation, showcasing an astounding virtuosity coupled with artistic maturity,” reads the newspaper “Badische Zeitung”. “Piano poet” is another title given to him by the specialist press,

Lukáš Vondráček, piano

The indisputable winner of the Grand Prix at the 2016 International Queen Elisabeth Piano Competition, Lukáš Vondráček’s 2023/24 season highlights are a tour with Bamberger Symphoniker and Jakub Hrůša in Boston and returns to long term partners such as Czech Philharmonic Orchestra,

Christopher Moulds, conductor

An experienced and versatile conductor, Christopher Moulds is in demand at opera houses throughout Europe.  Enjoying strong links with the Staatsoper Berlin, Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich,

Jiyoon Lee, violin

First concertmaster of Staatskapelle Berlin, Jiyoon Lee is rapidly building a  international reputation as an emerging young artist, winning praise for her brilliant virtuosity and passionate performances which the BBC Music Magazine called “full-toned,

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Armen Babakhanian, piano

A prize-winner at several of the world’s most prestigious international piano competitions including the Leeds, the Van Cliburn, the Guardian Dublin, the William Kappell, the Gina Bachauer,

Alexander Malofeev, piano

The young “Russian genius” (Corriere della Sera) came to international prominence when, in 2014, he won the International Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians at age thirteen.

George Pehlivanian, conductor

Born in Beirut, into a musical family. George Pehlivanian’s path in music began with piano and violin lessons at the age of three and six respectively.

Dmitry Masleev, piano

“Super-soloist” France Musique, 2020
“What an artist! Everything is so simple, so ingenious, without the slightest attempt to explain the music…” Alain Lompech, Bachtrack,

Reinhard Seehafer, conductor

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

Asi Matathias, violin

Violinist Asi Matathias, protege of Pinchas Zukerman, is already recognized as one of the most celebrated talents of his generation. He made his debut at the age of 14 with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Zubin Mehta,

Elisabeth Meyer, soprano

Swedish-Swiss soprano Elisabeth Meyer has this season made her role debut as Fiordiligi in Così fan tutte at Uppsala Stadsteater. Elisabeth has also appeared in the role of Pamina in Die Zauberflöte at the Royal Swedish Opera.

André Morsch, bass

German baritone André Morsch graduated with distinction at the Amsterdam Conservatory where he studied with Margreet Honig. He is a former member of William Christie’s Le Jardin des Voix and recipient of the 1st Prize and Hermann-Reutter-Prize at the prestigious ‘Internationaler Wettbewerb für Liedkunst’

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.

R. Strauss: Four Last Songs (1948)

The Four Last Songs for soprano and orchestra are – with the exception of the song “Malven” (Mallows), composed later the same year – the final completed works of Richard Strauss.

Lucas Debargue, piano

Since Glenn Gould’s visit to Moscow and Van Cliburn’s victory at the Tchaikovsky Competition in the heat of the Cold War, never has a foreign pianist provoked such frenzy.”
Olivier Bellamy,

Vladimir Mezentsev, horn

Born in Russia. Vladimir started playing horn from the age of 12 at Talov School of Music. At thirteen he became a laureate of the All Russian Open Youth Competition of Wind Instruments (“PIFFERARI”,

Dorothea Herbert, soprano

Dorothea Herbert, soprano (Germany)

German soprano Dorothea Herbert’s artistry has inspired critical praise and plaudits. The Westdeutsche Zeitung commended her for owning ‘a lot of passion in a voice that … shines very charmingly,

Dirk Kaftan, conductor

Dirk Kaftan was appointed the General Music Director of the Beethoven Orchestra Bonn and Bonn Opera House in the summer of 2017. In addition to numerous concerts during the 2022/2023 season,

Valentin Uryupin, conductor

“Tchaikovsky has never been more modern, and conductor Valentin Uryupin lives this out consistently and rather stunningly.” Süddeutsche Zeitung

Valentin Uryupin feels equally at home as a conductor in the symphonic and operatic repertoire.

George Tudorache, violin

“One of the most gifted violinists of his generation.”
Jean-Jacques Kantorow

George Tudorache is concertmaster of the Orchester Philharmonique Royal de Liège (OPRL) and “Guest Leader”

Vladislav Sulimsky, baritone

Belarussian Verdi baritone Vladislav Sulimsky has rapidly become one of the leading singers in the world. In the summer of 2018, he made his debut at the Salzburg Festival as Tomsky (Pique Dame) under the baton of Mariss Jansons,

Hibla Gerzmava, soprano

Hibla Gerzmava is one of the most sought-after singers on the world opera stage. Brilliant and genuine, emotional, and passionate, she performs the leading female roles in the most famous operas.

Arsen Soghomonyan, tenor

Arsen Soghomonyan has earned accolades for his performances of the dramatic tenor repertoire. He made his debut as a tenor in March of 2017 as Cavaradossi in Tosca to great acclaim at the Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Opera Theater in Moscow.

Adam Gutseriev, piano

17 years old pianist, pianist Adam Gutseriev is pupil at Central Music School by Moscow Conservatory.

At the age of only 11 he became a I prize winner at VII International Competition “Amigdala” in Italy.

Dali Gutserieva, cello

The winner of the 2012 Sviatoslav Knushevitsky International Cello Competition, Dali Gutserieva, is one of the most talented cellists of the young generation of Russian musicians.

Thomas Sanderling, conductor

Thomas Sanderling was Chief Conductor and Artistic Director of the Novosibirsk Philharmonic Orchestra from Summer 2017 until March 2022.

Born in St. Petersburg,

Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra

Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra
Artistic Director: Vladimir Fedoseyev

The Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra (originally the Grand Symphony Orchestra of All-Union Radio and Central Television) was founded in 1930 as the first symphony orchestra of the Soviet Union.

Mikhail Pletnev, piano

Pianist, conductor, and composer, Mikhail Pletnev is one of the most respected and influential artists of the era. His prodigious talent as a pianist has earned widespread acclaim ever since the 1978 Tchaikovsky International Piano Competition,

Vladimir Fedoseyev, conductor

Vladimir Fedoseyev was born in Leningrad on August 5, 1932. He received his musical education at the State Gnessin Music Teachers Institute (now The Gnesin Russian Academy of Music) and attended a graduate course at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory with Professor Leo Ginsburg.

Nikolai Lugansky, piano

Nikolai Lugansky is a pianist who combines elegance and grace with powerful virtuosity. Recognised as a master of Russian and late romantic repertoire, Lugansky is renowned for his interpretations of Rachmaninov,

Charles Dutoit, conductor

In 2017, Charles Dutoit received one of classical music’s highest honours, the Royal Philharmonic Society Gold Medal, becoming the 103rd recipient since the medal was founded in 1870 in celebration of the centenary of the birth of Beethoven.

Daniele di Bonaventura, bandoneon

Nato a Fermo (nelle Marche), Daniele di Bonaventura, compositore-arrangiatore, pianista-bandoneonista, ha coltivato sin dall’inizio della sua attività un forte interesse per la musica improvvisata pur avendo una formazione musicale di estrazione classica (diploma in Composizione) iniziata a soli 8 anni con lo studio del pianoforte,

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,