Wen-Sinn Yang

In 1989, at the age of 24, Wen-Sinn Yang became principal cellist of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra where he stayed until 2005 when offered a chair at the Munich College of Music. In 1991 he won first prize in the Geneva International Music Competition. Since then he has performed …

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Joyce Yang

Pianist Joyce Yang came to international attention in 2005 when she won the Silver Medal at the 12th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. The youngest contestant at 19 years old, she also took home the awards for Best Performance of Chamber Music and of a New Work. In 2010 she …

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Herwig Zack

Herwig Zack was born in Frankfurt/Main. He started to play the violin at age five and studied with Karl-Albrecht Herrmann, Edith Peinemann and Max Rostal. Scholarships from the “Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes” and from the “Rotary Foundation” made it possible for him to complete his education at Indiana University in …

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Bernd Zack

Bernd Zack was born in Frankfurt/Main and studied piano with Wolfgang Schamschula (Mainz), Vitaly Margulis (Leningrad / Freiburg i. Br. / Los Angeles), James Tocco (Bloomington, Ind. /USA), Nikita Magaloff (Geneva) and Leonard Hokanson (Frankfurt/Main). Among his teachers were also Hartmut Höll, Josef Gingold, Franco Gulli and Janos Starker, whose …

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Thomas Zehetmair

Thomas Zehetmair is one of today’s outstanding artists. His international conducting career is based on his two positions: as chief conductor of the Northern Sinfonia in England and as Artistic Partner of the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, USA. Concert tours with the Northern Sinfonia have taken him to the Hong …

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