Lora Markova

Born in Sofia, Bulgaria, Lora started studying violin at the age of 5 in the National School of Music “Lyubomir Pipkov” in Sofia, in the class of the most prominent Bulgarian pedagogue Blagorodna Taneva. She is a laureate of numerous First prizes from national competitions such as “Young Virtuosos” 2013, “Dobrin Petkov”2013, “Nedyalka Simeonova”2014, and […]

Federico Gad Crema

Born in Milan in 1999, Italian concert pianist Federico Gad Crema is considered one of the most intriguing artists of his generation (“surtout, on y découvre un pianiste remarquable” – Anne Ibos-Augé, Diapason Magazine). Internationally recognized for his emotionally charged interpretations, subtle sensitivity, and supreme artistic depth, he has already performed at some of the […]

Ángela Aguareles

Described by Philippe Jaroussky as “a young musician of already great maturity”, and by Anne Gastinel as a “fantastic musician of grand artistic expression”, Spanish cellist Ángela Aguareles (Zaragoza, 2002) currently studies at the Hochschule für Musik “Hanns Eisler” Berlin with Prof. Forck, admitted at age 17. At age 19 she received a full scholarship […]

Paul Zientara

Nominated Classical Revelation of the ADAMI 2021 at the age of 20, Paul Zientara has already won several international competitions: 3rd prize at the prestigious Lionel Tertis Competition on the Isle of Man, Grand Prize of the Safran Foundation, 1st prize at the Epernay String Competition, 3rd prize at the Festival Musical d’Automne des Jeunes […]

Alexey Stychkin

Russian-Greek virtuoso violinist, Alexey Stychkin, emerged from a lineage steeped in profound musical and artistic heritage. His profound devotion and passion for a diverse spectrum of music and culture, cultivated since early childhood, imbued his musical approach with a rich tapestry of openness and depth. Born in Moscow, Alexey commenced his violin studies at the […]