• Mischa Maisky

    The only cellist in the world to have studied with both Rostropovič and Piatigorskij, he has also collaborated with some of the best conductors, including Bernstein, Mehta, Muti, Maazel and Barenboim.

  • Hrachya Avanesyan

    Winner of prestigious international competitions and regularly working alongside some of the most important orchestras, he is considered one of the most interesting artists of his generation.

  • Janáček Quartet

    Expression, discipline and perfect execution: this is the quartet’s philosophy, set up in 1947 and officially authorized to perform under the name of the great Czech composer.

  • Lily Maisky

    With appearances at a number of festivals including “Progetto Martha Argerich” in Lugano, Festival di Verbier, and “Julian Rachlin and Friends”, she regularly plays as part of a duo alongside Mischa Maisky.

  • Anton Dressler

    Described by the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera as «an extraordinary musician with pure and unique sensibility», he has appeared alongside soloists including Thibaudet, Rachlin, and Canino.

  • Alexander Romanovsky

    Establishing himself on the international stage by winning the prestigious Busoni Competition in 2001, he has performed alongside the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and the Teatro alla Scala Philharmonic Orchestra.

  • Mario Brunello

    First Italian ever to win Moscow “Čajkovskij” Competition, Mario Brunello plays with the world’s most prestigious orchestras and has been conducted by the likes of Valerij Gergiev, Yuri Temirkanov, Claudio Abbado, Antonio Pappano

  • Alexander Romanovsky

    In 2001, at the age of seventeen, he won 1st Prize in the renowned Busoni Competition. He performs with the New York Philharmonic, the Filarmonica della Scala and the Orchestra Nazionale di Santa Cecilia conducted by Sir Antonio Pappano

  • Quartetto di Cremona

    Founded in 2000 at the “Stauffer Academy” in Cremona and nowaday one of the most interesting ensemble on the international scene, the Quartet is acclaimed as the true successor of famous Quartetto Italiano

  • Gustavo Zagrebelsky

    An accomplished pianist, Gustavo Zagrebelsky teams up with Mario Brunello to form an exceptional duo engaged in a stimulating dialogue on the art of interpretation, and performing works of the repertoire for cello and piano