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 […]

Cassia Drake

Cassia Drake has won top prizes in competitions throughout the world, such as National YoungArts Foundation, Berlin Philharmonie Competition, and Debut International Music Competition. As soloist, she has appeared with the Artis-Naples Philharmonic, Sarasota Music Festival Orchestra, Colburn Orchestra, and the Bravo Summer Music Festival, among others. An avid chamber musician, Ms. Drake has toured […]

Marc-André Hamelin

“A performer of near-superhuman technical prowess” (The New York Times), pianist Marc-André Hamelin is known worldwide for his unrivaled blend of consummate musicianship and brilliant technique in the great works of the established repertoire, as well as for his intrepid exploration of the rarities of the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries. He regularly performs around […]

Martha Argerich

Martha Argerich was born in Buenos Aires (Argentina). She began her first piano lessons at the age of five with Vincenzo SCARAMUZZA. Considered a child prodigy, she soon performs in public. In 1955, she moved to Europe and continued her studies in London, Vienna and in Switzerland with SEIDLHOFER, GULDA, MAGALOFF, Mrs LIPATTI et Stefan […]

Ricardo Castro

In 1993 Ricardo Castro received the first prize at the prestigious Leeds International Piano Competition in England, becoming the unique Latin American to win the competition since its foundation. 20 years later, he became the first Brazilian to receive the Honorary Membership from the Royal Philharmonic Society. The nomination put him alongside illustrious personalities in […]

Aubree Oliverson

Praised for her evocative lyricism and joyful, genuine approach, young American violinist Aubree Oliverson is proving to be one of the most compelling artists of her generation, distinguishing herself with clear, honest, and colorful interpretations. Her performances have been described by the Miami New Times as “powerful… brimming with confidence and joy” and “masterful” by […]

Lena Angelina von Almen

Lena was born in June 2001 in Bern, Switzerland. She started playing the piano at an early age before discovering her love for the cello at the age of six. She learned both instruments with enthusiasm at the music school in Bern. There she was accepted into the „Young Talent Promotional Programm for Music, Switzerland“ […]

Luca Buratto

Since winning the 2015 Honens International Piano Competition, Luca Buratto has performed on three continents to warm acclaim. Critics and audiences across the globe are quickly recognizing Buratto as a distinctive performer. He has been described as “a name to watch” (The Guardian) and “no ordinary virtuoso” (The Telegraph). His playing was highlighted by International […]

Giuseppe Mengoli

Italian conductor Giuseppe Mengoli is the 1st prize winner of The Mahler Competition 2023. Jakub Hruša, chief conductor of the Bamberg Symphony and head of the jury commented: “A totally convincing performance throughout the rounds with a perfect combination of knowledge of the score and an extraordinarily natural feeling of music…He possesses a strong ability to inspire the […]