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Luciano was Born in the city of Goiânia-Brazil. He studied with Alessandro Borgomanero at Federal University of Goiás, and Emmanuelle Baldini at Performance Orchestral Academy int the São Paulo Symphony Orchestra and in the bachelor´s and master´s program at Federal University of Goiás. He won the second prize in the Golden Classical Music Awards International Music Competition and play in the winners concerts at the Weill Hal at Carnegie Hall. In 2022 he won the second prize in The North Competition and the Audience Favorite prize in the World Bach Competition.
Benjamin Phoon is a violist and violinist . He is from Kuala Lumpur , Malaysia. Initially learned to play the violin at the age of 5, before switching to the viola at age 16. He has won multiple awards with his viola including the gold medal from MYOF(Malaysia youth of festival) Young Artist 2014 and open strings competition 2015, both year . And special prize from Osaka international music competition 2019 . He has also participated in the Silpakorn Summer Music School in Thailand 2016 was collaborate with Maestro Hikotaro Yazaki position in viola co- principal, Miyakojima international music festival 2017 in Japan collaborate with Maestro Makoto Amano and two international violinist Sarah Chang and Fumiaki Miura , Selangor Symphony Orchestra Concert 2017 collaborate with violinist Zhang Le and Maestro Yannis Pouspourikas, MPYO (Malaysia philharmonic youth orchestra) 2013- present was collaborate with several conductor such as Benjamin Zander , Fabian Russell and Nicolae Moldoveanu. He has played for Nobuko Imai, Lawrence power , Sophia Reuter and Donald Maurice in masterclass .
Vadim Pavlov was born in Leningrad, where, at its conservatoire, he graduated in 1983 in the class of Fishman (also professor of Misha Maisky, Boris Pergamenshikov ecc.). In 1987 he became the assistent of Valentin Berlinsky at the musical institute "Gnessin" in Moscow. He was Principal Cellist of important European orchestras: the St Petersburg Conservatoire orchestra, the Theater Chamber Orchestra of St Petersburg, the Galizia Philharmonic, the Tuscan Regional Orchestra, the Maggio Musicale Theater orchestra in Florence, the Sicilian Symphony Orchestra, the Bellini Theater Orchestra where he is actually Principal Cellist. He has been awarded prizes in important national and international competitions: The "Prague Spring" (1988), the "City of Tortona" (1993), the "City of Modica"(1995), the "Perugia Classico" (1995) and others. In 1994 he was nominated professor F.M.E.M. of Geneva and bestowed the title Knight of the World Order of Music Sciences in Geneva. Mr Pavlov is also professor of the cello class at the Musical Institute of Caltanissetta. He regularly holds master classes in Italy where he has been living since 1990. From 2002 Mr Pavlov plays on a David Tecchler cello of 1700, entrusted to him by the Pro Canale Foundation of Milan
Armed with a versatility of creative interests, cellist Peter Eom has been recognized for his “lyrical, vibrant sound” and an eclectic musical approach that aims to present a vivid, authentic, and personal rendering of works ranging the gamut of Classical music. Peter is a top prizewinner of the Klein International String Competition, Dover Chamber Competition, Alexander & Buono International String Competition, Quebec International Music Competition, National YoungArts Foundation, and in 2013 was chosen as one of three Classical musicians representing the United States of America as a U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts. Solo engagements include the National Symphony Orchestra, Phoenix Symphony, MusicaNova Orchestra, Universal Music Group, YoungArts, and Americans for the Arts. Chamber music engagements include Ravinia Festival, Norfolk Music Festival, Four Seasons Chamber Music Festival, Taos School of Music, and Colburn Chamber Music Society. After receiving his Master’s from Northwestern University with Hans Jensen and his Bachelor’s from Colburn Conservatory with Clive Greensmith, Peter currently pursues a residency at the Toronto Royal Conservatory of Music as a Rebanks Fellow with Barry Shiffman and Hans Jensen.
My name is Ramón Altamirano Farrugia, I am 26 years old, I'm a cellist from Chile. I graduated in musical interpretation at the University of Chile in 2020. I have played in various orchestras in my country, between 2014 and 2019 I was a member of the National Youth Symphony Orchestra of Chile, with whom we toured Africa-Europe in 2019. I have participated in various Festivals and Masterclasses both in my country and abroad. Since 2017 I have studied orchestral conducting.
Ayoun Alexandra Kim, a cellist, began her musical journey at age six in South Korea and continued her studies with Hans Jørgan Jensen in the Chicago area. She has performed in halls such as Nichols Concert Hall, North Shore Center for The Performing Arts, and Bennett Gordon Hall in Ravinia. During her collegiate studies in New York, she has performed in Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, and the Juilliard School’s Paul Hall, Morse Hall, and Wilson Theater. As an avid chamber musician, she has attended summer festivals such as Heifetz Music Institute, Sarasota Music Festival, and Kneisel Hall Chamber Music and School, where she further studied chamber music. In the Summer of 2019, she attended festivals in Europe such as AlpenKammerMusik, Verão Classico, and the Internationale Sommerakademie Mozarteum Salzburg. She had the opportunity to perform for cellists Rebecca Gilliver, Gary Hoffman, and Maria Kliegel. Ayoun’s passion is sharing music with the community. She has been a Gluck Community Service Fellowship Program participant at the Juilliard School for two years and is currently a Morse Teaching Artist Fellow. She is an active supporter of ‘comfort women’ and is a board member of the K.A. Butterfly Team. She has held several of the team's benefit concerts in the Chicago area on behalf of the ‘comfort women'’ since 2018. In 2020, Ayoun obtained her Bachelor’s degree from the Juilliard School and is continuing her studies at Juilliard for her Master’s degree under the tutelage of Natasha Brofsky and Astrid Schween.
Mark Fretheim graduated from St Olaf College with a Bachelor of Music Performance in 2019. As a cellist in the St Olaf Orchestra, he played in venues such as Carnegie Hall in New York City and Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim, Norway. He has also played the baroque cello as part of the St Olaf Collegium Musicum. He is set to earn a Master’s in Music at Southern Illinois University under Dr. Eric Lenz. Of all his repertoire on the cello, his favorite will always be the Bach cello suites.
Daniela first close up to cello was at the Batuta National Foundation in Bogota city, there she started the studies with this instrument, during her time in that place, she played with Batuta Bogota Orchestra with the assistance of Principal director Maria Del Rosario, years later she began to study in the Music basic program of the National University of Colombia, there she met teacher Cecilia Palma, master Cecilia showed her all the tools to access to the Conservatory of this university at the undergraduate program level where Daniela got a scholarship for the whole five years of studies. In 2017, under the program of master classes of the Bogotá philharmonic orchestra, Daniela took class with Leonard Elschenbroich, that year she was invited to the International Music Festival of Emeralds (Ecuador), where she studied cello with Astrid Schween from Julliard and Cellist Francisco Vila. Daniela has taken master classes with cellists Santiago Cañon, Florian Kitt and Diego Garcia. She also participated in chamber music festivals like “Festi-QArtetos” playing with the Beethoven trio, winners of the prize “Bogota philharmonic to the neighborhood”. She also took part on different orchestras like the youth chamber philharmonic orchestra of Bogota, youth philharmonic orchestra of Colombia and the national symphonic orchestra of the Conservatory of National University of Colombia.
Wolf Hassinger started playing the cello with 7 years. He has been studying under Prof. Eschenburg at the HfM Hanns Eisler Berlin, first for a bachelor's degree and then for a master's degree, which he finished in 2021 with the highest score.He participated in numerous international orchestral and chamber-music festivals and academies, such as "TrentaAcademy of the Vienna Philharmonic" (Slovenia), "International AcademyHelmuthRilling" 2014 (Chile), "PacificMusicFestival 2018" (Japan) or "DavosFestival 2019" (Switzerland). He gained orchestral experience in the Kassel State Orchestra, the orchestra of the Komische Oper Berlin and currently as a 3rd Solo cellist in the Schleswig Holstein State Theater.
She has studied with E. Ceysson, E.F-Binoche, M-P Langrame, J. Boušková, I. Perrin and others at the NICE International Academy of Music, the Prague Academy of Arts and the Svizzera Italiana Conservatory, and performed in concerts with the best graduates. The 71st Fukui Prefecture Music Competition, 1st Prize and Governor's Prize 4th Poppy Harp Festival 1st Prize for Best Overall Performance (England) 2021 Grand Metropolitan International Music Competition 1st Prize Platinum Prize (Montreal) 2021 Grand Prize Virtuoso International Music Competition, 1st prize (London) 2021 First Prize in the 2nd ISCART International Music Competition -Scholarship ex-aequo (Switzerland) International Moscow Music Competition 1st Prize (Russia) INTERNATIONAL MUSIC COMPETITION LEOPOLD BELLAN mention spéciale pour GrandJany（Paris） .
A laureate of many awards at solo competitions and chamber music competitions, nationwide and international, including: • first place, third place and distinction on National and International Competitions for Harp Duos in Cieszyn • first place at the national hearings of the Centre of Artistic Education (CAE) • second place and distinction at the International Music Competition in Prague • third place at the 1st National Harp Competition, organized by the CAE. • first place at the Warsaw Chamber Music Competition, as a soloist in a harp septet of M. Ravel – “Introduction et Allegro” • Grand Prix, first place for performance of a modern piece: “Introduction et Dance”, second place and the special prize from jury on International Competition for Harp Duos in Cieszyn • first place and Grand Prix at the 1st National Online Harp Competition • second place at the 2nd edition of National Online Harp Competition. She played concerts, among others, in the concert hall of the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw, the Capital Center of Cultural Education, the Staszic Palace and the Royal Castle. Ewa also performed twice at the concert entitled "Wednesdays of the youth" in the hall of the National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra (NPRSO) in Katowice – the performances in Katowice were associated with winning the special prize at the aforementioned competition. Furthermore, she participated in numerous courses on the interpretation of harp music in the world-famous professors’ classes, among others, E. Szmyt, J. Kozielska, Anneleen Lenaerts, Adelheid Blovsky-Miller or Katrina Szederkenyi and others. Currently, a student on the fifth year, accepted as the first candidate, at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw under professor Zuzanna Elster.
I am a new learner of harp. I enjoy playing music. I started learning piano when I was a kid. Then develop my interest in harp. But I just have the chance to learn lately.. so here I am..
Adrik Cristobal is a Filipino classical guitarist based in the Netherlands. Over the years, he has studied in countries such as The Philippines (with Lester Demetillo), Spain (with Francisco Bernier), and the Netherlands (with Carlo Marchione). He has won prizes across Asia and Europe. Recent awards include; 1st prize of the NAMCYA National Guitar competition in the Philippines in 2020, 1st Prize at the Yogyakarta Guitar competition in Indonesia and 2nd Prize in the 2019 Spanish Music Competition in Albi France.
Bruno started studying electric guitar when he was eleven and when he was eighteen, he got into classical guitar. In 2005 he graduated with a bachelor´s degree in music and classical guitar in Faculdade Paulista de Artes College. After that he worked as a music teacher and professional musician in many different bands and projects, and released 2 albums and 1 live DVD with his band, Dharma 101. In 2014, he started as classical and electric guitar teacher in Instituto Musical Gomes Cardim, a very traditional and important music school in his home town.
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