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Brigitte Engerer

Brigitte Engerer, piano In 1982, Brigitte Engerer saw her name cross the borders, earning a reputation for excellence that she would never fail to uphold: she was the sole young French artist invited to participate in the centennial celebrations of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. In addition to appearing as soloist in two concerts conducted by […]

Yutaka Sado

Yutaka Sado, conductor Berliner Zeitung | 23.05.2011 | Ann-Christine Mecke Stark Contrasts, Strange Rituals Yutaka Sado conducts the Berliner Philharmoniker Japanese conductor Yutaka Sado’s Berlin Philharmonic debut began very softly. From me flows what you call Time, Tōru Takemitsu’s esoteric percussion concerto, opens with a lonely flute melody, then the delicate sound of cymbals played […]

Marcela Roggeri

Marcela Roggeri, piano Voted “International Revelation: Solo Instrumentalist of the Year“ at the French Classical Music Awards (Victoires de la Musique) in 2006, the Argentinean pianist Marcela Roggeri has all the qualities of the great argentine piano tradition, as well as the zest we associate with South American artists. Born in Buenos Aires, she studied […]

Georges Pludermacher

Georges Pludermacher, piano Combining the talent of a prestigious virtuoso with the daring to give performances that are often as original as they are demanding, Georges Pludermacher has today won universal renown as a pianist. He was only three years old when he began to play the piano and only eleven when he was accepted […]

Michel Plasson

Michel Plasson, conductor L’Orchestre symphonique national de Chine sera dirigé par Michel Plasson Le chef d’orchestre français Michel Plasson (76 ans), qui fut de 1968 à 2003 directeur musical de l’Orchestre national du Capitole, à Toulouse, a été nommé pour un an à la tête de l’Orchestre symphonique national de Chine (CNSO), fondé en 1956 […]

Grzegorz Nowak

Grzegorz Nowak, conductor PRINCIPAL ASSOCIATE CONDUCTOR OF THE ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA ‘There can be no doubt in anyone’s mind, after hearing this show, that together Grzegorz Nowak and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra make a truly winning combination. (…)’ Bob Briggs MusicWeb International, London Grzegorz Nowak is the Principal Associate Conductor of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra […]

Filomena Moretti

Filomena Moretti, guitar Filomena Moretti studied at the Sassari Conservatoire in Sardinia, from which she graduated after receiving the special jury prize. She went on to study with Ruggero Chiesa.  Between 1985 and 1996, Filomena took part in many international competitions : Sassari (finalist), Fernando Sor, Rome (finalist), Gargano (finalist), Mondovi (first prize and special […]

Florent Héau

Florent Héau, clarinet Formed at the Paris Conservatory (CNSM de Paris) in Michel Arrignon’s class, and after having received several First Prizes in international competitions, Florent Héau has quickly established himself as one of the most important figures of the French clarinet school. A brilliant tradition he himself relentlessly perpetuates throughout the world, whether by […]

Bruno Leonardo Gelber

Bruno Leonardo Gelber, piano Of Austrian and French-Italian origin, Bruno Leonardo Gelber was born in Argentina to musical parents and was introduced to the piano at the age of three and a half by his mother, who then remained his most important musical influence. Bruno Leonardo Gelber made his first public appearance in Argentina at […]

Whilhelmenia Fernandez

Whilhelmenia Fernandez, soprano Since the launch of the movie DIVA and its big success, Wilhelmenia Fernandez has been pursuing a dazzling career.  She successfully combines recitals with concerts and operas, and she appears in the United States, in South America and in the main European Countries. At the Berlin and Hamburg Operas in Germany, she has […]

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