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Raúl da Costa

Born in 1993, Raúl da Costa is a regular guest soloist in the most prestigious halls in Portugal and in various halls Festivals throughout Europe, including the Konzerthaus Berlin, Palau de la Musica Catalana, Gulbenkian Foundation, Essen Philharmonie, Liszt Academy in Budapest, among many others.

Andrey Gugnin

Concert pianist Andrey Gugnin is rapidly gaining international acclaim as a passionately virtuosic performer, who possesses an “extraordinarily versatile and agile technique, which serves an often inspired musical imagination” (Gramophone).

Uladzislau Khandohi

Uladzislau Khandohi was born in October 7, 2001 in Minsk, Belarus, in a family of musicians, dulcimer players. He began piano lessons at the age of seven.

Jean-Michel Kim

Born in Tokyo in 1989 to a Korean father and a French mother, Jean-Michel KIM grew up in Japan, studied at the music high school attached to the Tokyo Music University before leaving at nineteen for France to continue his studies at the Conservatoire National de Musique et de Dance de Paris.

Seunghyun Lee

Seunghyun Lee was born in 1994 in Gimpo (South Korea). Later he studied piano in Seoul with Prof. Young- Lan Han and with Prof. Peter Ovtcharov at Yonsei University.

Xuanyi Mao

Xuanyi Mao is the rara avis of modern piano-playing. Her extraordinary talent and unique playing style, along with her quietly charismatic demeanor, have hit the international stage and incidentally have brought great honor to China.

Alexei Melnikov

Alexei Melnikov has come to international attention in 2019, where he received the Third Prize and Bronze Medal at the XVI International Tschaikovsky Competition in Moscow, one of the world’s most important musical events.

Ilia Papoian

A native of St. Petersburg (2001), a graduate of the Secondary Special Music School of the St. Petersburg Rimsky-Korsakov State Conservatory (class of Olga Kurnavina, then class of Alexander Sandler), currently a student of the St. Petersburg State Conservatory (class of Professor Alexander Sandler).

Yongi Woo

Yong-Gi Woo, originally from South Korea, began playing piano at the age of five. He successfully debuted his first piano recital at Kumho Art Hall in Seoul at age fourteen, and was accepted to study at Seoul Arts High School with Prof.

Suah Ye

Born in 2000, Korea, Suah Ye started her international career as a concert pianist, winning the First Prize at the 9th International Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians in Novosibirsk at the age of 15 and the First Prize at the 1st Arthur Rubinstein International Youth Piano Competition in Beijing.