• 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Avner Dorman

    Avner Dorman writes music of intricate craftsmanship and rigorous technique, expressed with a soulful and singular voice. A native of Israel now living in the United States, Dorman draws on a variety of cultural and historical influences in composing, resulting in music that affects an emotional impact while exploring new territories. ...
  • Constantin Adrian Grigore

    Constantin Adrian Grigore was born in Bucharest in 1983. He began his musical studies as a violonist at the age of 7, at Dinu Lipatti Music College in Bucharest. After graduated, he was enrolled at the orchestral conducting class within the National University of Music Bucharest under the guidance of ...
  • Boulanger Trio

    Founded in Hamburg in 2006 by Karla Haltenwanger (piano), Birgit Erz (violin) and Ilona Kindt (violoncello), the trio is now based in Berlin and Hamburg. In 2007 the ensemble won the 4th Trondheim International Chamber Music Competition in Norway. The ensemble has received musical guidance from Hatto Beyerle, Menahem Pressler ...
  • Philharmonic Orchestra Sibiu

    For Sibiu, a city over eight centuries old and a convergent point of numerous economic and spiritual influences, musical manifestations have been a constant part of the city life. Since the 16th century, Sibiu had one of the first European schools for organ, funded by Heronymus Ostermayer and the city’s ...
  • Moldova Philharmonic Iasi

    Moldova Philharmonic, a permanent concert activity institution, was inaugurated on 9 October 1942 in the National Theater Hall in Iasi, with a concert led by Master George Enescu. Between September 22-29, 1951, the Philharmonic hosts a Romanian Music Week. In the spring of 1953 there is an event that will ...
  • Arditti Quartet

    The Arditti Quartet enjoys a global reputation for their spirited and technically refined interpretations of contemporary and earlier 20th century music. Several hundred string quartets and other chamber works have been written for the ensemble since its foundation by first violinist Irvine Arditti in 1974. These works have left a ...
  • Ensemble Linea

    Ensemble Linea is an internationally renowned music ensemble founded in 1998 by pianist and conductor Jean-Philippe Wurtz. Linea has been regularly invited to play at music festivals and has notably performed in New York, Paris, Chicago, Seoul, Budapest, Brussels, Bilbao, Berlin, Hudderseld, Geneva, Lyon, Royaumont and Prague, among others. Its ...
  • New European Ensemble

    The New European Ensemble was founded in 2009 in the Netherlands by dedicated and passionate musicians from across Europe. The ensemble has built a reputation for imaginative programming as well as ‘fantastic’ (NRC) and ‘excellent performances’ (de Volkskrant). Some of today’s leading composers like Kaija Saariaho, Magnus Lindberg, Mark Anthony ...