• Adrian Brendel

    Adrian Brendel

    Born in London in 1976, Adrian Brendel studied at Winchester College, Cambridge University and with Frans Helmerson at the Cologne music conservatoire. His other important teachers have included Alexander Baillie, Miklos Perenyi and William Pleeth, with whom he developed a strong attachment to the chamber music repertoire from a young age. He attended masterclasses with… Read more »

  • AG Weinberger

    AG Weinberger

    Bandleader, vocalist, producer and international Blues Ambassador, AG Weinberger is most arguably the very central figure in the Romanian Blues community. His touring band regularly plays to packed houses countrywide and has attracted rave reviews in rock, jazz and blues festival from USA to Germany and Israel. He is acknowledged as a real national musical… Read more »

  • Alan Curtis

    Alan Curtis

    Having for years divided his time between Berkeley (California), where he taught at the celebrated University, and Europe, where he plays and conducts concerts and operas, Curtis now devotes full time to performing, principally dramatic music from Monteverdi to Mozart. An article on him in “Orpheus” (Berlin) was titled “The avant-gardist of early music”. In… Read more »

  • Albrecht Laurent Breuninger

    Albrecht Laurent Breuninger

    Winning the second prize in June 1997, Laurent Albrecht Breuninger was the first German violinist ever to be placed in the first three in the history of the Queen Elisabeth Competition since it was founded in 1951. In the same month he was awarded the Compositionprize of the Brandenburgische Sommerkonzerte for the Composition of his… Read more »

  • Alexander Kniazev

    Alexander Kniazev

    Alexander Kniazev was born in Moscow in 1961. He began his cello studies at the age of six with Alexander Fedorchenko and graduated from the Moscow Conservatory in 1986. He then went on to study with the renowned organist Galina Kozlova and graduated from Nizhny-Novgorod Conservatory as an organist in 1991. Alexander Kniazev is a… Read more »

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    Alexandra Conţ

    Born in a family of plastic artists in 1979 in Bucharest, Alexandra Conţ is a renowned Romanian pianist. She took piano classes at “George Enescu” Music College in Bucharest, under the supervision of Elisa Iedida Bârzescu, and she then graduated from the National University of Music in Bucharest, in the class of illustrious maestro Sandu… Read more »

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    Alexandra Dariescu

    Named BBC Music Magazine ‘Rising Star’, Alexandra Dariescu made her debut at the Carnegie Hall in New York, where she joined András Schiff during his “Perspectives” residency. Alexandra performs regularly in Great Britain with orchestras such as the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Hallé, BBC Symphony Orchestra, BBC National Orchestra of Wales,… Read more »

  • Alina Bottez

    Alina Bottez

    Soprano Alina Bottez obtained BA and MA degrees from the Singing Department of the National Music University of Bucharest, where she studied with internationally acclaimed soprano Maria Slatinaru, as well as from the University of Bucharest (English and French major). Permanently preoccupied with her professional evolution, Alina Bottez has attended master classes with soprano Agnes… Read more »

  • Alissa Margulis

    Alissa Margulis

    The Guardian describes Alissa Margulis’ playing as „exceptional“, Ivry Gitlis praises it as “a revelation” and Martha Argerich calls her a “strong musical personality”. Appreciated for her expressive and very emotional performances, Alissa Margulis regularly plays in important concert halls such as the Palais des Beaux Arts in Brussels, the Cologne Philharmony, the Vienna Musikverein,… Read more »

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    Amanda Forsyth

    Acclaimed as both soloist and chamber musician, Juno Award-winning cellist Amanda Forsyth has earned praise from audiences and critics alike. Ms. Forsyth has appeared with orchestras throughout the world including the Chicago, Sao Paulo, San Diego and Royal Orchestra in Copenhagen, the Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver Symphonies, Barcelona, Gulbenkian, and Israel Philharmonic Orchestras, National Symphony… Read more »

  • Amy Dickson

    Amy Dickson

    Recently signing to Sony Music in exclusive contract and A Star PR with a global management deal, Amy Dickson is swiftly establishing herself as one of the world’s leading saxophonists.  Truly remarkable within her field, Dickson is a modern music ambassador and highly talented advocate of this diverse instrument, leading the way as the ‘new… Read more »

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    Andrew Litton

    Andrew Litton, Music Director of Norway’s Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, Artistic Director of the Minnesota Orchestra’s Sommerfest, and Conductor Laureate of Britain’s Bournemouth Symphony, has recently also become Music Director of the Colorado Symphony. He guest conducts the world’s leading orchestras and opera companies and has a discography of over 120 recordings with awards including America’s… Read more »