• Alexei Volodin

    Pianist in residence with the St Petersburg’s Mariinsky Theatre Symphony Orchestra, Alexel Volodin performs with other companies of the calibre of the London Symphony Orchestra and RAI’s Symphony Orchestra.

  • Quartetto di Cremona

    A chamber ensemble feted in the world’s most prestigious venues from Berlin’s Konzerthaus to New York’s Metropolitan.

  • Natalia Gutman

    Former pupil of Rostropovich, the grande dame of the cello, one of the most consummate players in the history of the instrument, and soloist with the world’s greatest orchestras directed by conductors like Celibidache, Abbado, Muti and Temirkanov.

  • Dimitri Hoffmann

    Dimitri Hoffmann has performed under conductors of the calibre of Zubin Mehta, Lorin Maazel and Wolfgang Sawallisch as viola soloist or first viola with Europe’s principal orchestras.

  • Gutman Trio

    Natalia Gutman has played chamber music with Svjatoslav Richter, Isaac Stern, Martha Argerich, and Yuri Bashmet. She and her Trio perform all over the world, recording with top music labels.

  • Alexander Romanovsky

    Since winning the Busoni Prize in 2001, Alexander Romanovsky is a regular guest of orchestras like the New York Philharmonic and Milan’s Teatro alla Scala Philharmonic Orchestra, the Chicago Symphony, and the National Orchestra of the Accademia di Santa Cecilia.

  • Beatrice Rana

    Italian pianist with an extraordinary international career, she performs under conductors like Riccardo Chailly, Antonio Pappano and Zubin Mehta.

  • Mario Stefano Pietrodarchi

    Winner of the Lorient World Trophy, the most important competition for the bandoneon, Mario Stefano Pietrodarchi performs with a range of artists: from Andrea Bocelli and Andrea Griminelli to Pino Daniele and Riccardo Cocciante.

  • Varignana Music Festival Choir and Orchestra

    Conducted by Lorenzo Bizzarri, it performs at the Gewandhaus in Leipzig and the Vatican, with artists like Andrea Bocelli, Zubin Mehta and Placido.

  • Quintetto d’Archi del Teatro Comunale di Bologna

    The String Quintet is made up of the first chair instrumentalists of Bologna’s historic Teatro Comunale Orchestra that has been directed by conductors like Celibidache, Chailly, Gatti and Mariotti.

In order of appearance.