• Simone Rubino

    “How he oversees, manages, plays and caresses the various percussion instruments gives the impression that Rubino is able to elicit every timbre possible from an orchestra.” Neue Zürcher Zeitung Simone Rubino sets off virtuosic fireworks of unheard-of timbres and rhythmical precision in his concerts – at the same time he ...
  • Daniel Ciobanu

    Daniel Ciobanu, 27 years old pianist, currently studying his 2nd masters Degree in Berlin under the tutelage of Pascal Devoyon and Markus Groh. After one year of scholarship at the private college “Stewarts Melville College” in Edinburgh, he went on to graduate his first Masters degree alongside the 1st class ...
  • Michel Keustermans

    Following studies in civil engineering and architecture at Louvain-le-Neuve and his dissertation on “Music and Architecture” for which he obtained Grand Distinction, Michel Keustermans went on study recorder at the Conservatoire Royal of Brussels in the class of Frederic de Roos, as well as graduating in chamber music and history ...
  • Krzysztof Penderecki

    Composer/Conductor Multi-award winning Polish composer and conductor Krzysztof Penderecki is one of the world’s leading and most distinguished musicians of his generation. Works like Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima (1960), St. Luke Passion (1966), Cello Concerto No.2 (1982) written for Mstislav Rostropovich, Polish Requiem (1984), Symphony No.3 (1995), Violin ...
  • ORCHESTRE NATIONAL DE FRANCE

    EMMANUEL KRIVINE MUSICAL DIRECTOR — The Orchestre national de France, a musical group of Radio France, is the first permanent symphonic orchestra created in France. It was founded in 1934 with the desire of implementing a tool to serve the symphonic repertoire. That ambition added to the broadcasting of concerts ...
  • Emmanuel Krivine

    Musical Director Born to a Russian father and to a Polish mother, Emmanuel Krivine started very young a career as a violonist. Awarded a first prize from the Paris conservatoire when he was sixteen, the boarder of the Queen Elizabeth College of Music notably studied with Henryk Szeryng and won ...
  • Nikolay Didenko

    Russian bass Nikolay Didenko graduated from the Moscow Academy of Choral Art in both singing and conducting. He was previously a soloist of the ‘New Opera’ in Moscow and a member of the Houston Grand Opera Studio. His operatic roles include Don Geronio Il Turco in Italia with the Royal ...
  • Ricarda Merbeth

    SOPRANO The German soprano Ricarda Merbeth is one of the leading singers in her field. Audiences and critics alike regard her as one of the most outstanding interpreters of Wagner and Strauss of our time. She made her debut as Marzelline in Fidelio at the Vienna State Opera House in ...
  • Julia Fischer

    One of the world´s leading violinists, Julia Fischer is a versatile musician also known for her extraordinary talent as a concert pianist, chamber musician and violin teacher. Julia received her first violin and piano lessons at a very young age and at the age of 9 began studying with renowned ...
  • La Cetra d’Orfeo

    Created by Michel Keustermans, the Cetra d’Orfeo (The Lyre of Orpheus) is an ancient music ensemble whose originality resides in their programmes and the lively manner in which they are presented to the public (young and less young…), making the music accessible to all. This ensemble has been recognized as ...