HyeJin Kim | piano

HyeJin Kim, a distinguished South Korean pianist, has been described as having ‘passionate, indisputably masterful technique with colourful interpretations’ (Der Westen) and is recognised as one of South Korea’s top artists, with a comprehensive career as soloist, chamber musician, recording artist and educator. Born in Seoul, HyeJin trained at the …

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Yoshika Masuda | cello

Described by the press as ‘a remarkable cellist who possesses both intellect and innate musicality… one of the finest cellists of his generation’ (Chopin magazine, Japan), Yoshika Masuda has performed throughout Australia, Japan, China, South Korea, Mexico, the US, the UK and much of western Europe as a soloist and …

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Jean-Jacques Kantorow | conductor

The French violinist and conductor Jean-Jacques Kantorow began the violin at the age of 6 at the Nice Conservatoire. He was only 13 yrs old when he won a place at the prestigious Paris Conservatoire to study in René Benedetti’s class, and graduated one year later with a 1st prize. …

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Marisa Gupta | piano

Born in the USA of Thai and Indian parentage, pianist Marisa Gupta made her debut performing Prokofiev’s 1st Piano Concerto with the Houston Symphony. She won top prizes at the Concours Maria Canals (Barcelona), the Viotti Competition (Vercelli, Italy), a Fulbright scholarship for study in the UK, and others. She has appeared at venues …

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AkMi Duo | chamber ensemble

Valentine Michaud and Akvilé Sileikaité first crossed paths in Zurich in 2015; and with that, the AkMi duo was born. The young saxophonist and bubbly pianist met at the Zurich University of the Arts, where they were both studying towards the Master with a Specialization in Solo Performance, Valentine as …

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