Artists

Bojan Sudjic

Maestro Bojan Suđić, the most distinguished Serbian conductor today, has been, for more than a decade, the music director of the Music Production Department of Radio Television of Serbia (RTS) and the chief conductor of its two renowned ensembles – the RTS Symphony Orchestra …

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Fabio Mechetti

Internationally acclaimed conductor Fabio Mechetti currently serves as Music Director and Principal Conductor of the Minas Gerais Philharmonic in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, a post he has held since 2008. In 2015, his outstanding leadership of that orchestra was recognized with the Minas Gerais Prize for Economic Development …

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Marius Stravinsky

Born in Kazakhstan to a musical family, Marius Stravinsky began playing the violin when he was four-years old. Educated at the Moscow Central Music School and the Yehudi Menuhin School, he went on to become the first former-Soviet student to secure a scholarship to Eton College. He graduated from the Royal Academy of Music, London …

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Alessandro Crudele

Italian conductor Alessandro Crudele is one of the most outstanding and versatile conductors to emerge from Italy in recent years. Alessandro’s international career has increased rapidly and led him to conduct such prestigious orchestras as the Bamberg and Berlin Symphonies, the Melbourne Symphony, the Malaysian Philharmonic …

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Alexander Hüelshoff

Alexander Hüelshoff has established himself in recent years as one of the leading cellists. His interpretations are distinguished for their expressiveness coupled with an unmistakeable, warm and lyrical tone, which are much appreciated by audiences and musical partners alike and are his outstanding qualities on the world’s concert …

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Vincent Larderet

Honored with the revered title of “Steinway Artist”, Vincent Larderet has attracted international recognition for the exceptional intensity of his performances and his highly acclaimed recordings. Praised as an “impressive pianist” (MusicWeb International, UK) for his “very lyrical playing” (Crescendo Magazine, Belgium)…

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Massimiliano Motterle

Massimiliano Motterle formed under the guidance of Sergio Marengoni and graduated at Milan Conservatoire “Giuseppe Verdi” summa cum laude and with special mention, then completed his artistic formation with international renowned teachers and pianists such as Franco Scala, Lazar Berman, Paul Badura-Skoda e Alexis Weissenberg…

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Ivo Varbanov

Ivo Varbanov is a leading fgure of Bulgarian music and culture abroad. After a forced stop from performing from 2009 to 2012 due to Leukaemia he has returned to the stage with impressive performances at Royal Festival Hall with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, King’s Place in the Brahms Unwrapped season, and at Cadogan Hall. …

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