• Sophie Klussmann

    Soprano With a voice that is warm, wide-ranging and dark-hued, and commanding a repertoire that extends from the baroque to the present day, German-born soprano Sophie Klussmann is in demand as a concert singer, as a recitalist and on the opera stage. In recent seasons her engagements have included a ...
  • Tom Erik Lie

    Bariton  Tom Erik Lie was born in Oslo and studied singing from 1986 to 1991 at the Conservatory and in the State Opera Academy in Oslo. In 1991 his first engagement led him to Düsseldorf. From 1993 to 1998 Tom Erik Lie was engaged in Gelsenkirchen. In the role of ...
  • Gulitskaya Nadezhda

    Soprano Education: 1996-2000-Syktyvkar College of Arts (choral conducting) 2000-2005- Moscow Popov Choral Academy (vocal art and choral conducting) Master classes: 2012 – the International Singing School, master classes with Anna Margulis, Jan Latham-Koenig 2013 – master classes with Christa Ludwig and Diane Zola Awards: GRAND PRIX of the 3rd Independent ...
  • Carmen Lidia Vidu

    Theater, film and events director Carmen Lidia Vidu became known as the most important multimedia theater director in Romania and the youngest director who staged the National Theater in Bucharest. Theater performances staged by Carmen Lidia Vidu are special, they use a different artistic language and her technique transforms into ...
  • STATE ACADEMIC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF RUSSIA “EVGENY SVETLANOV”

    Artistic Director – Vladimir Jurowski In 2016, the State Academic Symphony Orchestra of Russia “Evgeny Svetlanov” celebrated its 80th anniversary. During the years, the orchestra has been led by outstanding musicians such as Alexander Gauk, Natan Rakhlin, Konstantin Ivanov, and Evgeny Svetlanov. Under the leadership of Svetlanov, the orchestra became ...
  • Alexandra Silocea

    Described as a “rather special talent” (International Piano Magazine), Alexandra Silocea made her debut on great stages such as Konzerthaus and Musikverein (Vienna), Carnegie Hall (New York), Bridgewater Hall (Manchester), and recently at Wigmore Hall (London), where she had the honour to play four-hands piano with Elisabeth Leonskaja at the ...
  • Verena Usemann

     Mezzosoprano Hamburg-born mezzo-soprano Verena Usemann performed a great variety of the lyrical mezzo repertoire as an ensemble-member of the Landestheater Coburg 2010-2017.  She appeared as Rosina (Der Barbier von Sevilla), Varvára (Káťa Kabanová), Romeo (I Capuleti e i Montecchi), Olga    (Yevgény Onégin) as well as in the leading role of ...
  • Nobuyuki Tsujii

    Piano Described by The Observer as the “definition of virtuosity” Japanese pianist Nobuyuki Tsujii (Nobu), who has been blind from birth, won the joint Gold Medal at the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in 2009 and has gone on to earn an international reputation for the passion and excitement he ...
  • Michael Sanderling

    Conductor In the 2018/19, Michael Sanderling serves in his eight season as Principal Conductor of the Dresden Philharmonic, which he opens with the 2nd Symphony by Ludwig van Beethoven and the world premiere of the 4th Symphony by Fazil Say, commissioned by the Dresdner Philharmonie. In addition to this permanent ...
  • Romanian National Youth Orchestra

    Being created by the famous cellist and professor Marin Cazacu, the Romanian Orchestra is more than just an orchestra. It assembles the brightest musicians from Romania for a unique creative experience, in the common pursuit of musical excellence. Being acclaimed as Romania’s best orchestra for the last few years, the ...