Mikko Perkola

Mikko Perkola, tenor and bass viols, studied viola and viola da gamba at the Sibelius-Academy and at the Royal Conservatory in the Hague. His teachers were Arvo Haasma, Markku Luolajan-Mikkola and Wieland Kuijken. Perkola has given concerts and recorded chamber music in Europe with  the Norwegian baroque orchestra, the Icelandic …

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Indrė Petrauskaitė

Pianist Indrė Petrauskaitė studied at Kaunas (Lithuania) J. Naujalis Music High School with Birutė Kumpikienė. While still at school, she gave solo and chamber music recitals and performed with the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra, and in 1993, she won third prize at the Stasys Vainiūnas International Piano Competition (Lithuania). In …

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Vasily Petrenko

Vasily Petrenko took up the post of Principal Conductor of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra in September 2006. Since 1994 he has been Chief Conductor of the State Academy Orchestra of St Petersburg. Born in 1976, he started his music education at the St Petersburg Capella Boys Music School – …

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Nicholas Phan

Described by the Boston Globe as ‘one of the world’s most remarkable singers’, American tenor Nicholas Phan is increasingly recognized as an artist of distinction. Performing an incredibly diverse repertoire that ranges from Claudio Monteverdi to Nico Muhly and beyond, Phan appears regularly with many of the leading orchestras and …

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Marina Piccinini

Flutist Marina Piccinini is widely recognized as one of the world’s leading flute virtuosos. She combines flawless technical command, profound interpretive instincts, and a charismatic stage presence — qualities which make each of her performances a memorable event. Since making her acclaimed debuts in New York’s Town Hall, London’s Southbank …

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