Voted "ADAMI Classical Discovery of the Year" at the Midem in Cannes and awarded the Sacem Georges Enesco Prize, Nicolas Dautricourt is undoubtedly one of the most brilliant and engaging French violinists of his generation.
Regarded as one of the most inspiring and gifted artists of his generation, Hrachya Avanesyan first received international attention when he won the First Prize at the Yehudi Menuhin International Violin Competition in 2006.
Julian Bliss is one of the world’s finest clarinettists, excelling as a concerto soloist, chamber musician, jazz artist, masterclass leader and tireless musical explorer.
Regarded as one of the finest cellists of his generation, Alexander Chaushian has performed extensively throughout the world as a soloist
Regarded as one of the leading cellists in the world today, Marc Coppey first came to the notice of Sir Yehudi Menuhin in 1988, when he won the First Prize and the Special Prize in the Leipzig Bach Competition.
David Abrahamyan has performed under the baton of conductors such as Claudio Abbado, Zubin Mehta, Bernard Haitnk, Roberto Benzi, Jesús López Cobos or Plácido Domingo, amongst others.
Diemut Poppen is one of the finest viola players of her generation. Born in a musical family, Poppen studied in Germany, USA and Paris with some of the greatest viola players of her time
Lars Anders Tomter
Lars Anders Tomter is one of today's most outstanding violists. Hailed as the “The Giant of the Nordic Viola” by The Strad, Tomter studied at the Oslo Music Conservatory and the Norwegian State Academy of Music.
Levon Chilingirian, born in Cyprus, began violin with his great uncle, Vahan Bedelian. After emigrating to the U.K., he later studied with his uncle, Manoug Parikian, Hugh Bean, and the Amadeus Quartet.
Boris Brovtsyn studied at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory and became a laureate of international competitions, such as Georg Kulenkampff (1994, Cologne), Transnet (1996, Pretoria) and Yehudi Menuhin (1998).