Sergio Marchegiani - Piano

 

 

“A stellar hour of piano music… Those who did not witness it missed an opportunity. We only hope to listen to him again” (Tölzer Kurier); “Marchegiani’s triumph in Berlin” (La Stampa); “By his nature Sergio Marchegiani is a thinking mind on the piano.[...] He communicated a melancholy which he then exalted with extraordinary ability and extreme caution [...]” (Berliner Morgenpost.

Marco Schiavo - Piano

 

Italian born pianist Marco Schiavo first studied with Rinalda Tassinari Skubikowski at the Conservatory of Avellino where he graduated with the highest marks, then followed various courses of specialization studies with Bruno Canino, Aldo Ciccolini, Sergei Dorenski (Mozarteum of Salzburg). Later on he studied several years with Franco Scala in Imola.

Roman Perucki - Organ

 

The Polish organist, Roman Perucki, graduated in 1985 from the Music Academy in Gdańsk in the organ class of Professor Leon Bator and up from 1985 is teaching there, now as the professor of the organ class. He also teaches in a secondary schools. He had continued his studies in master-classes in Poland and abroad.

 

Chikara Imamura - Conductor

 

Chikara Imamura, Associate and then Regular Guest Conductor of the National Opera in Warsaw, conduct since 2002 “Madama Butterfly” and “Japanese Evening” in 2008 and 2010 by the celebration of diplomatic relations between Poland and Japan. He is prize winner of the 2nd Fitelberg Competition for Conductors in Katowice 1983.In 2009 conducted Imamura as a Music Director for premiere of “Samson et Dalila” at the Opera Wroclaw, in coproduction with Teatro Comunale di Bologna, Opéra Royal de Wallnie Liége, Fondazione Teatro Lirico Giuseppe Verdi di Trieste. He conducted “Nabucco” in 2012 in Japan and 9th Symphony of Beethoven at the Musikvereinsaal in Vienna in 2013. He is the President of the Japan Lutosławski Society since 2013 and member of the committee “Forum Poland” in Japan. He was awarded the Order of Cultural Merit, Odznakę honorową “Zasłużony dla Kultury Polskiej”,by Minister of Culture and National Heritage Bogdan Zdrojewski on 10.October 2013.

Małgorzata Kulińska - Soprano

 

Małgorzata Kulińska graduated from the Academy of Music. Grażyny i Kiejstuta Bacewiczów in łódź at the Faculty of Making Instrumental and Vocal – Actress in the singing class of Prof. Dolphins Ambroziak. While still a student, in 2000, was involved in Musical Theatre in łódź, where she was a soloist until 2005. In this same period he worked with the Musical Theatre in poznań, where she performed lead operetta roles such as: Rozalinda in, the,Revenge of the bat‘ by JRR Tolkien. Strausa, Hanna Glawari in the Merry wdówce‘ – F. Lehara Lisa Lee at ,,the land of smiles‘ – F. Lehara.

Christos Grimpas - Cello

 

Studied at the State Conservatory of Thessaloniki (prof. D. Patras) and the Universität der Künste in Berlin, further receiving his post graduate music degree from the Folkwang Hochschule Essen (class V. Mendelssohn). He was a member of the Rhineland Youth Orchestra, the International Youth Orchestra and the European Union Youth Orchestra. Awards include prizes (Pan-Hellenic Competition for Young Soloists 1997, International Chamber Music Competition of HELEXPO 1998) as well as merit scholarships (Music Friends Society of Athens, the “Alexandra Trianti” Trust and the “Alexandros Onasis” Foundation).