Franz Hummel, composer
Born in 1939, he is one of today’s most renowned and original European composers. In his childhood, he was discovered, supported and encouraged by Richard Strauss, Eugen Papst, Hans Knappertsbusch and Elly Ney, and subsequently became a pianist.
Liana Isakadze, violin
Winner of numerous international violin competitions, the David Oistrach master student is recognized as one of the most outstanding violinist of the last 100 years!. Performing regularly with the world greatest orchestras and conductors.
Alexander Suleiman, cello
First Prize Winner of the International Johannes Brahms Competition, … he is not only a brilliant virtuoso but also a profoundly philosophical interpreter of the entire cello repertoire.
Patricia Hoy, piano
“Demonstrating excellence throughout” (LA Times), Patricia Hoy is touring as a soloist and chamber music player throughout North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
Corinne Chapelle, violin
Corinne Chapelle started her studies as a two-year-old and gave her first concert only a year later. Her talent was nurtured at leading music schools - she studied with Yehudi Menuhin at his school in London, following which she studied at the Juilliard School of Music and joined Pinchas Zukerman's class in New York.
Susan Oswell, composer
...studied dance, drama and music; was named best actress of the year 1984 by the magazine “Theater Heute”. Since 1995, she made a name for herself as a composer. Many of her chamber music works have been performed in Germany, Austria, Belgium, Finland, Hungary and the USA.
Nicolas Deuson, guitar
A semifinalist in the 2009 Tokyo International Guitar Competition, 1st Prize Winner of the Pacific Guitar Festival, and prize winner in numerous other competitions, Nicolas Deuson is enjoying a burgeoning career both as a solo performer and chamber musician.
Baroque Lute, Baroque Guitar, Archlute, Renaissance Lute, Theorbo.
Jason Yoshida specializes in solo and continuo performance on lutes and early guitars.
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A guitar trio with classical, jazz, and rock influences known for pushing musical and technical boundaries.
Charlene Chi, mezzo-soprano
A competition winner of the Beverly Hills Chamber Music Series and a first-prize winner of the Bohemian Opera Association of Los Angeles vocal competition.
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Étienne Gara, violin
A 2010 laureate of the prestigious Fondation Marcel Bleustein-Blanchet in France, violinist Etienne Gara was invited to participate in the Perlman Music Program in New York in 2009 and 2010.
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