Anu Tali is one of the most intriguing conductors on the international scene. Music Director of the Sarasota Orchestra and Nordic Symphony Orchestra.
the prestigious French Magazine DIAPASON selected one of Achucarro’s recordings as one of “THE 100 MOST BEAUTIFUL PIANO RECORDINGS OF ALL TIME.
Brenda Rae is a regular guest at the world’s leading opera houses in a portfolio of demanding principle roles.
Bryn Terfel is a Grammy, Classical Brit and Gramophone Award winner with a discography encompassing operas of Mozart, Wagner and Strauss.
The Canarian tenor Celso Albelo currently has more than 25 roles in his repertoire, especially Donizetti, Bellini and Verdi.
The jury highlighted Quiroga Quartet as one of the chamber ensembles with the most involvement in spreading contemporary music, especially the Spanish
The awarded cellist Damián Martínez was recommended by Mstislav Rostropovich to the Queen Sofia of Spain
David Afkham received the ‘Bernard Haitink Fund for Young Talent’ and was the winner of the 2008 Donatella Flick Conducting Competition in London.
The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen received the prestigious German Founders Award for its successful combination of entrepreneurship and culture.
Among the canary soprano Elisandra Melián's future projects is the debut as Leila in Bizet’s The pearl fishers in the Stadttheater Pforzheim.
The pianist George Li has been praised by the Washington Post for combining “staggering technical prowess, a sense of command and depth of expression"
Baritone Anelio Gibrán's repertoire combine different genres: Oratorium, Cantata, Mass, Lied, zarzuela and mostly opera.
Hespèrion XXI still plays a key role in the recovery and reappraisal of the musical heritage, and one that has great resonance throughout the world.
For more than fifty years, Jordi Savall, has rescued musical gems from the obscurity of neglect and oblivion and given them back for all to enjoy.
The canarian tenor Juan Antonio Sanabria has received the following Prize awards: 2006"María Orán";2008"Jacinto Guerrero" and "Clermont-Ferrand"2009.
The conductor Karel Mark Chichon was elected in 2016 a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Music in recognition of his achievements within the profession.
The Kaunas State Choir's attitude to work leaves the biggest impressions, therefore, the offers to collaborate are received repeatedly.
The conductor Kent Nagano introduces the audiences to new and rediscovered music and offering fresh insights into established repertoire.
The Capella Reial de Catalunya is dedicated to the recovery and interpretation of medieval polyphonic-vocal heritage and the Golden Age.
The London Conchord Ensemble, with their imaginative programming and charismatic performance style have won them many accolades over the years.
The tenor Manuel Gómez Ruiz studied at the Hochschule für Musik “Hanns Eisler” in Berlin and at the Universität der Künste Berlin with Robert Gambill.
Since the 1970s, Maria Joao Pires has devoted herself to reflecting on the influence of art on life, community and education.
Maria Juliana Linhares, as lyric singer, has collaborated with brazilian chamber orchestras, specially early music ensembles.
The soprano Mariangela Sicilia debuts with great success of critics and public in the role of Teresa in Berlioz Benvenuto Cellini in 2015.
The mezzo Marianna Pizzolato is reference performer for the main Rossini roles, as well as for Baroque and eighteenth century repertoire.
Martha Argerich has been rated highly for her performance of the virtuoso piano literature of the XIX and XX centuries.
The conductor Antonio Méndez won the prize at the 2012 Malko Contest in Copenhagen and was Finalist at the Festival Young Conductors Award (Salzburg)
Vladimir Spivakov, Gerard Korsten or James Gähres are some of the directors with whom Minsk Chamber Philaharmonic has collaborated.
The harmonies of the singer Mohammed Diaby meet Arabic-Andalusian sounds, Afro-funk, rock, African salsa, high-life and the universal blues.
The Baroque Orchestra of Tenerife was founded by ANDMÚSICA, the Association for the Normalization of Early Music in the Canary Islands.
The Cadaqués Orchestra was quickly recognized in the musical field for the quality and commitment of its musicians and the dynamism of its projects.
The Gran Canaria Philharmonic Orchestra has recently joined the ROCE (Educational concerts organizers network).
The Hamburg Philharmonic concerts have been performed since 1828, being artists such as Clara Schumann, F. Liszt and Brahms regular guests.
Tchaikovsky conducted the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as Richard Strauss, among others.
Artists of undisputable international projection have participated in the Tenerife Symphonic's programmes.
Remarkable about Petras Bingelis, conductor of Kaunas State Choir is his energy, play of its push and tempering, advance resolution and taking risks
Quantum Ensemble is committed to a modern way of approaching the performing of classical music, more flexible, in a closer way.
Ricarda Merbeth Merbeth cemented her breakthrough as a famous singer with Daphne in a production of R.Strauss opera at the Vienna Opera House in 2004.
Roberto Saccà studied the Italian bel canto and later on the Passions and Cantatas of J.S. Bach, laying the musical foundations for a concert singer.
It is partly due to Sabine Meyer that the clarinet, a solo instrument previously underestimated, recaptured the attention of the concert platform.
Experts in traditional music, some of them having relation to Early Music, Renaissance and Baroque Music
Vassily Sinaisky’s international career was launched in 1973 when he won the Gold Medal at the prestigious Karajan Competition in Berlin.
Violinist Veronika Eberle’s exceptional talent and the poise and maturity of her musicianship have been recognised by the whole classical world.
Born on 23 July 1944 in Lisbon, Maria João Pires gave her first public performance at the age of 4 and began her studies of music and piano with Campos Coelho and Francine Benoît, continuing later in Germany, with Rosl Schmid and Karl Engel. In addition to her concerts, she has made recordings for Erato for fifteen years and Deutsche Grammophon for twenty years. Since the 1970s, she has devoted herself to reflecting on the influence of art on life, community and education, trying to discover new ways of establishing this way of thinking in society. She has searched for new ways which, respecting the development of individuals and of cultures, encourage the sharing of ideas. In 1999, she created the Centre for the Study of the Arts of Belgais in Portugal. She broadened the reach of this philosophy to Salamanca and Bahia in Brazil. In 2012, in Belgium, she initiated two complementary projects; the Equinox project which creates and develops choirs for children from disadvantaged backgrounds, and the Partitura project, the aim of which is to create an altruistic dynamic between artists of different generations by proposing an alternative in a world too often focused on competitiveness.