Wolfgang Schroeder - Violin


Born into a South German family, Wolfgang Schröders earliest studies began with his parents. In 1980, Ana Chumachenko became his teacher and played a decisive role in his development as a violinist. At the early age of 17, he won the first prize at the German state competition Jugend musiziert (Youth makes music) and subsequently a scholarship at the International Menuhin Music Academy (IMMA). He has performed together with Yehudi Menuhin and Alberto Lysy, both as soloist and chamber musician in numerous European countries (Barbican Center, London), South America (Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires), and many other. After graduating from IMMA , he continued his studies at the Mozarteum University of Music in Salzburg under Prof. Sandor Vegh, and thereafter at the Mannes School of Music in New York under Prof. Aaron Rosand.

Davide Alogna - Violin


Davide Alogna (Palermo 1980) as violinist is considered one of the best young talent in the Italian music scene. The prestigious magazine Amadeus choose him twice in one year as a cover artist and present two of his recording projects. The first cd (September 2013) was first volume of the complete Franz Schubert violin sonatas. The cd received important critical acclaim and after one year (September 2014) Amadeus publish the second cd, dedicate to the Italian composer Ottorino Respighi, with 2 suite violin and piano and the Concerto all’Antica, a masterpiece from composer that has been forgot- ten for more the 70 years. Davide has been working on the manuscript of this Concert, and the orchestral parts will the publish as a World preview in November 2014.

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.


Aiman Mussakhajayeva - Violin


The name of Aiman Mussakhajayeva, People’s artist of the Republic of Kazakhstan, is widely known both nationally and internationally.

Aiman Mussakhajayeva is one of the brightest representatives of the violin school of Kazakhstan. Her personality can be seen in concert and in educational activities. She generously gives her talent to the people from all walks of life.

The creative growth of the talented violinist took place at the Baysseitova Republic Music School, in the class of Professor N. Patrucheva. In 1983 she brilliantly graduated from the Tchaikovsky State Conservatory (Moscow), in the class of professor V. Climov, People’s artist of the USSR.

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.



Omiros Yavroumis - Violin


Omiros Yavroumis graduated in 2002 from the Royal Academy of Music in London with the Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees, together with the Degree of Musicology from the University of Athens, where he now continues as a PhD student.

He has attended master classes and has taken violin lessons with Ruggiero Ricci, Zakhar Bron, Lydia Mordkovitch, Eric Friedman, Maurizio Fuks, Sylvia Rosenberg, Grigory Zhislin, etc., and has won numerous awards in solo and chamber music competitions, both in Greece and abroad.