• Quartetto di Cremona

    Unanimously considered the heir to the legendary Quartetto Italiano, the group is a regular guest at concert halls like Brussels’ Bozar, the New York Metropolitan and London’s Wigmore Hall.

  • Antonio Meneses

    Well-known to music lovers the world over ever since his triumph at the 1982 International Tchaikovsky Competition, this Brazilian cellist has performed under Karajan, Abbado, Muti and Temirkanov.

  • Philippe Daverio

    Art historian, writer and RAI TV programme presenter, Daverio has authored several bestsellers and writes for Corriere della Sera, QN, Liberal and Avvenire.

  • Dmitry Sitkovetsky

    Acclaimed violinist and conductor, over his thirty-year career Sitkovetsky has been a guest of the world’s major companies, from the Berlin Philharmonic to the New York Philharmonic Orchestras.

  • Alexander Romanovsky

    Winner in 2001, at only seventeen, of the Busoni Award, Ukrainian pianist Romanovsky is today a major concert-hall draw performing with orchestras like the New York Philharmonic and Filarmonica del Teatro alla Scala.

  • Simon Trpčeski

    Originally from Macedonia, this pianist is a regular guest of orchestras like the London Symphony and Los Angeles Philharmonic conducted by people like Noseda, Ashkenazy, Dutoit and Jurowski.

  • Alissa Margulis

    An enfante prodige, violinist Margulis performs with artists like Yuri Bashmet, Gidon Kremer, Martha Argerich and Mischa Maisky.

  • Alban Gerhardt

    German cellist, Gerhardt has worked with some 250 orchestras around the world under the baton of conductors like Bychkov, Masur, Marriner, Slatkin and Nagano.

  • Alexander Buzlov

    Trained under the legendary Natalia Gutman, and today a faculty member of the Moscow Conservatory, this Russian cellist won the 2015 Tchaikovsky Competition.

  • Philipp Kopachevsky

    Winner of the Schubert and Lotard-Shevchenko Competitions, Russian pianist Kopachevsky has played under the baton of people like Rostropovich, Spivakov, Pletnev and Vengerov.

  • Bologna’s Teatro Comunale String Quintet

    The String Quintet comprises the first chair instrumentalists of Bologna’s Teatro Comunale that has had conductors of the calibre of Celibidache, Chailly, Gatti and Mariotti.

In order of appearance.