Dr. Tomasz Janczak - Tenor

 

Director-General and Artistic Director of the Lower Silesian Philharmonic in Jelenia Góra. Artistic Director of the Sudeten Philharmonic in Walbrzych (2014-2016) as well as the Operetta Theater Lublin (2009-2013) Tomasz Janczak is one of the most famous artists of Poland.

Enrique Batiz - Piano

 

Many of the greatest pianist of the past were also amazing conductors , name as Liszt, Fischer, Iturbi and Anda; nowadays Ashkenazy and Baremboim show us that it is possible to be a great pianist and a great conductor at the same time. Enrique Batiz started to study piano in 1950 with Francisco Agea, Maestro of the most brilliant mexicans pianists, and he performed the first time when he was only 5 years old.

Prof. Ümit İşgörür - Cello

 

Ümit İşgörür went to school at Michigan State University School of Music as a visiting scholar and studied cello with Prof. Owen Carman. After receiving his Master of Music degree at MSU, he began the Doctorate of Musical Arts program in Orchestral Conducting with Leon Gregorian at the same school, later received artist diploma at Dokuz Eylül University.

Piotr Paleczny - Piano

 

One of the most outstanding Polish pianists and professors, laureate of five international piano competitions. He completed piano studies at the Frederick Chopin Music University in Warsaw in the class of prof. Jan Ekier.

The opportunity of having personal artistic contact with Arthur Rubinstein and Witold Lutoslawski also had a huge impact on the final development of his artistic personality.

Nutthaporn Thammathi - Tenor

 

Born in 1988 in Thailand tenor received his vocal training at the College of Music Mahidol University in Thailand. In 2010 he was awarded the 1st prize of the 11th Osaka International Music Competition. From 2008 he performed in concerts and opera performances in his homeland. He attended several master classes Austrian guest lecturers in Thailand. Since October 2011, he studied at the Mozarteum in Salzburg singing with Mario Diaz. In June 2013 he made his debut as Rodolfo in Puccini's "La Bohème" in a performance of the opera class at the Mozarteum University.

Iberian & Klavier - Piano duo

 

 

“ Iberian & Klavier piano duo achieves a genuine brilliance in its performances, going beyond the exact conjunction of the sounds, crossing the line of the sensory, and reaching moments of endless expressive dialogue…”

Iberian & Klavier piano duo“First Prize at Bradshaw & Buono International Piano Competition in New York 2016”