Iakov Zats

Iakov Zats career followed the typical path for a musician coming from the Russian school. He frequented the prestigious institute for child-prodigies into the renowned Moscow Conservatoire, where he graduated, and so beginning immediately a demanding career that brought him to perform in his home land and abroad. In 1992 he was appointed artistic director of the well known chamber music ensemble “New Chamber Orchestra of Moscow”. Continue reading “Iakov Zats”

The West Bohemian Symphony Orchestra Marianske Lazne

The West Bohemian Symphony Orchestra Marianske Lazne is the oldest orchestra in the Czech lands. Its origin dates back to 1821, when the abbot of the monastery Tepl K. K. Reitenberger issued an official approval for music in the spa. The orchestra’s first conductor was Joseph Schurwonn. The originally small spa-band soon grew to a medium sized orchestra, increasingly focusing on the Promenade and Symphony Concerts.

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Evald Lazarevic

Evalds started to play piano when he was 7 years old. Studied in Daugavpils Music school with Elina Bambane. After in Emils Darzins Music school (Riga) with Lelde Paula. ow he is studing in Jazeps Vitols Latvian academy of music with Juris Zvikovs. Evalds is participated in many festivals and masterclasses as a soloist and chamber musician in Latvia, Estonija, Lithuania, Spain, Italy, France, Sweden, Czhech Republic and U. S. A. He won Knuts Lesins award for young musicians in Sigulda international masterclasses (3 solo concerts in U. S. A. ). Continue reading “Evald Lazarevic”

Natalia Raithel

Natalia Raithel comes from a musical family and was born in Lviv (Lviv / Ukraine). She received her first violin lessons at the age of 6 years. Already during your training as a young student at the Lviv Academy of Music, she received improvisation lessons in violin and piano. She completed studies at the Tchaikovsky – Moscow Conservatory with Prof. Klimov and Prof. Kravchenko from. N. Raithel was a prizewinner in Allunionswettbewerb the Soviet Union in Tallinn and the national chamber music competition of Ukraine (1st prize). Natalija Raithel 1990 moved to Germany. Continue reading “Natalia Raithel”

Daniela Bryndová

She was born in the Czech Republic. She studied at the Jan Neruda Musical Gymnasium in Prague and then at the Musical Conservatoire under prof Roman Fedchuk. She then expanded her musical knowledge under prof Iakov Zats in Milan, Italy. Here she mainly pursued chamber music as a member of the Quartetto Chagall. In the season of 2012 to 2011 they performed at several prestigious concerts in Milan and Paris. Continue reading “Daniela Bryndová”

Alejandro Drago

Alejandro Drago’s life in music began in his native Argentina where, as a small child, he accompanied his mother, a professional tango dancer, to the venues were she performed. His mother introduced him to Antonio Agri, who spent many years as a violinist with renowned composer and bandoneón player Astor Piazzolla. Agri recommended him to a member of his string ensemble who instructed him in the basics of music theory. He received a scholarship from the Russian government to study at Moscow State Conservatory under Marina Yashvili, and obtained his Master of Fine Arts in Violin Performance and Pedagogy. In 2008 he received a Master’s Degree in Violin Performance and a D. M. A. in Orchestral Conducting from the University of Southern Mississippi. Continue reading “Alejandro Drago”

Vsevolod Dvorkin

Vsevolod Dvorkin was born in 1972 in Moscow (Russia). He was 5 years old when he began to play piano. He attended the Music School for Children (where he has taught afterwards for three years) under the guide of prof. N. A. Petrova and later the Special Music School “Gnessins” of Moscow under the guide of prof. E. V. Tolkunova. He continued his studies at the Conservatory “P. Ciaikovskij” of Moscow where he graduated in 1995 with prof. V. V. Gornostaeva and prof. N. V. Troull. He participated in the master classes of K.-H. Kämmerling and S. Perticaroli. Continue reading “Vsevolod Dvorkin”

Markéta Fraňková

She started playing the violin at the age of four. It was in Karlovy Vary where she gave solo concerts at the age of six. In 1994 she participated in the Kocian Violin Competition and took the third prize. Since 1995 she has given concerts in Germany, Holland, and various towns in the Czech Republic. She studied with Roman Fedchuk at the Conservatory in Pilsen. Between 2008 and 2010 she took part in master courses of Robert Cani and Solomia Soroka. In August 2009 she won the competition for the second violin concert master of the International Student Orchestra, Trento, Italy. Continue reading “Markéta Fraňková”

(Čeština) Yuri Rapoport

He was born in 1985, he started playing violin when he was 6 years old. He studied at the professional conservatoire Arturo Soria and Conservatoire Superior de Musica de Mardrid (Royal Conservatoire in Madrid), under Victoria Martin and Any Comesana. He concluded his studies in the highest qualification. Since 2003 he studies regularly under Sergueje Fatkouhlin and before under Yuri Volguin. Masterclasses Yuri Volguin, Mauricio Fuks, Shirley Loeb, etc. Continue reading “(Čeština) Yuri Rapoport”