Poom Prommachart - Piano

 

POOM PROMMACHART, Steinway Artist, recently graduated with a Master’s Degree in Performance (Distinction) from the Royal College of Music (RCM), London which received an exceptionally high distinction for both solo piano and chamber music.

He was awarded the most prestigious Tagore Gold Medal for his excellent academic records, an outstanding career and a great contribution to RCM, which will be presented to him by H.R.H. The Prince of Wales in May 2014. He also received his Bachelor of Music with Honours and Hopkinson Gold Medal from RCM in 2011.

Valery Oistrakh - Violin

 

Born in Moscow to the family of the illustrious Oistrakhs, Valery Oistrakh represents the third generation of great violin virtuosi beginning with his grandfather David and followed by his father Igor.


A true exponent of the great Russian violin school, Valery Oistrakh started performing at the age of 14, often sharing the stage with his father and mother-pianist.

 

 

Dr. Dariusz Mikulski - Horn

 

One of the most important and talented Polish musicians, having in his curriculum numerous appearances and productions all over the world, Dr. Dariusz Mikulski, is a concert and Opera conductor, Horn soloist, music pedagogue and producer.

Dr. Dariusz Mikulski has studied in Poland, Germany and Austria.

 

Maurizio Baglini - Piano

 

Prizewinner in major International Piano Competions - Busoni in Bolzano, William Kapell in Maryland – in 1999, aged only 24, he won the World Music Piano Master in Montecarlo.

He regularly performs in prestigious worldwide Festivals - La Roque d’ Anthéron, Loeckenhaus , Yokohama Piano Festival , Israel Festival in Jerusalem, Festival Berlioz à la Cote st- André, Nuits Romantiques à Aix les Bains, Australian Chamber Music Festival, Benedetti Michelangeli Festival in Bergamo & Brescia, Festival Jacques Klein in Rio de Janeiro – and also in distinguished music societies and series such as Salle Gaveau, Musée d’ Orsay , Auditorium du Louvre, Kennedy Center in Washington, Sala Cecilia Meireles in Rio de Janeiro, Gasteig in Munich .

Justus Frantz - Conductor and Pianist

 

Justus Frantz celebrates its 70th birthday in 2014. For decades, he has been internationally successful pianist, conductor superb sound body, as a moderator and tireless music promoter, a visionary of the classical music scene and as the founder, in particular of the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, the Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and the Philharmonia of the Nations a formative figure of musical life. With his dedication to music and his enthusiasm he is an ambassador for the classic musical heritage of Central Europe and especially Germany in the world. Justus Frantz was born in Hohensalza in today's Poland and grew up in East Holstein Testorf.

Ksenia Dubrovskaya - Violin

 

The Moscow-born violinist is an acclaimed by public and press soloist with performances in Europe, Russia, Asia and the USA, including uva under Saulius Sondeckis, Shinik Ham, Justus Frantz, Jaczek Kaspczyk, Theodore Kuchar.

She is a winner of the Tchaikovsky Competition, earned her degree at the Moscow Conservatory and her Masters with Prof. Zakhar Bron in Zurich. At the Zurich University of the Arts, she studied conducting with the specialist Marc Kissoczy with such success that she was immediately hired away from his studies in many countries eg Russia, Germany, Spain etc.