Dale Backus


Dale Backus is a project lead engineer for KBRwyle in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He helps oversee antenna ground station upgrades for the Air Force Satellite Control Network with locations globally. He is currently overseeing a repair/upgrade effort on a 10-meter antenna system in Diego Garcia which is a located in...

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Daniel Chow


Daniel Chow is dually versed as a Chartered Accountant and a dynamic concert pianist. He has performed in prestigious venues including Salle Gaveau in Paris, Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall in Seattle, Chan Centre in Vancouver and performances broadcasted on NPR and CBC. In addition, Daniel is well versed as...

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Louis Dalaveris


Louis Dalaveris was born in Greece and grew up in Pennsylvania, USA. He studied with several local teachers during high school, and then attended Columbia University where he majored in Chemistry and minored in German Literature, and also studied piano with Niels Ostbye. He graduated magna cum laude and Phi...

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Rupert Egerton-Smith


Rupert Egerton-Smith combines his passion for the piano with a business career. He is Head of Strategy for the international law firm Linklaters. He won the first prize and audience award at the 20th International Concours des Grands Amateurs in Paris in 2009. Recital and concerto engagements have included performances...

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Ye Feng


Ye Feng was born in Shanghai on 24th of Dec, 1979 and started learning piano since he was 6. He has never studied in any conservatory or music school. He now works in the home theater equipments business. A boring guy who knows nothing but classical & Jazz music, movies,...

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Robert Finley


Robert Finley was born in Hull, England, and is a retired electronics engineer. He began to play the piano at the age of 7, studied at Trinity College of Music and with Norma Fisher, Albert Ferber and in the masterclasses of Jorge Bolet, Louis Kentner and Vlado Perlemuter. He studied...

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Jean-Marc Kerisit


Jean-Marc Kerisit started playing the violin at the age of 6. He studied at the Conservatoire National de Region de Rennes (FR) where he obtained a first prize at the age of 14. Jean-Marc participated in various orchestras, as for instance the Loewenguth Symphonic Orchestra, and created and animated orchestral...

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Caroline Kirchhoff


Caroline Kirchhoff started playing piano at the age of five. She studied with Klaus Hellwig in Essen, with Volker Banfield in Hamburg and with Leonard Shure in Boston. After her Konzertexamen she taught piano at the Hochschule für Musik in Hamburg. Additional to her musical career, she studied business economics....

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Julien Kurtz


Julien Kurtz started learning piano at age five and got his initial training with Catherine Silie, a former assistant of French pianist Pierre Sancan. Later on, while pursuing his studies in Humanities and Social Sciences in “Classes préparatoires BL”, and then at the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Cachan to become...

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Julien Lombardo


Julien Lombardo started practicing the piano at the age of six. His meeting with the pianist and pedagogue Jean-Claude Oleon at the Conservatory of Bastia revealed soon his passion for classical music and the instrument. Julien then studied at the Conservatory of Marseille in the class of the internationally renowned...

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Brice Martin


Brice Martin was born in 1981 and began studying piano at the age of five. He gave his first concert at the age of 14 and was simultaneously admitted in the Nîmes Conservatory in the class of Catherine Silie, a former student of Yves Nat and Pierre Sancan. In 1999,...

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Paul Anthony Romero


Romero composed his first piano concerto at the age of 13 which was premiered at the Kennedy Center with the National Symphony orchestra conducted by Mstislav Rostropovich. Romero was the piano soloist. Romero is currently composing a 3-hour soundtrack score for Trion World Network. Romero is the winner of several...

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Abel Sanchez-Aguilera


Abel Sánchez-Aguilera was born in Madrid. He studied piano at the Royal Conservatory of Music of Madrid under the direction of Fernando Puchol, where he graduated in 1999. Subsequently, he has attended for two years the Piano Interpretation and Performance seminar with Ya-Fei Chuang at the New England Conservatory (Boston,...

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Ariel Sirat


Ariel Sirat is an Amateur pianist, and he has been performing since many years concerts as a soloist or in chamber music. He learned the piano in Vienne (France) and at Lyon and Versailles Conservatories. He won several prizes at amateur piano competitions (Concours de piano et de musique de...

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Brock Summers


Dr. Brock Summers is a noted classical saxophonist in Los Angeles. He began his studies at the age of 14 in Tennessee and continued studying the instrument at Vanderbilt University. Dr. Summers went on to become a successful medical doctor but returned to the saxophone 12 years ago. He has...

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Oleg Vainstein


Oleg Vainshtein was born in 1978 in Leningrad (now St. Petersburg) and began to study music since he was five years old. Oleg then studied in St. Petersburg Rimsky-Korsakov Music College with L.A. Vasilyeva. After the his post graduate education Oleg was invited as a teacher on piano faculty. Now...

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Geoffroy Vauthier


As a French civil engineer, Geoffroy Vauthier, born in 1974, is in charge of the construction the Grand Paris Express transport project. He was before in charge of the design and construction of the Paris Philharmonia Hall. He has previously worked on the French Embassy in Berlin (Pariser Platz) and...

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