Marcelo Amaral


Hailed by The New York Times as "a superlative accompanist", Brazilian pianist Marcelo Amaral has gained a reputation as a sought-after accompanist of singers and instrumentalists alike. Winner of the Pianist Prize at the 2009 International Robert Schumann Song Competition, he has performed with numerous internationally renowned artists including Janina...

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Virgil Boutellis-Taft


Hailed by critics as an “unrivaled violinist," "of fiery temperament", Virgil Boutellis-Taft regularly performs throughout Europe and the United States. He has played in halls such as Carnegie Hall, Salle Gaveau, Theatre des Champs-Elyssées, Banaroya Hall, Tel Aviv Opera House, Wigmore Hall… and with orchestras such as the Dayton Philharmonic,...

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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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Julien Kurtz


Julien Kurtz started the piano at 5 and got his initial training from Catherine Silie, a former assistant of French pianist Pierre Sancan. Later on, he studied in the Marseille conservatory, then in the Cachan Music school, where he got his piano degree in 2002. He is currently studying with...

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Katarzyna Mróz


Graduate of Frederic Chopin Music University in Warsaw, where she also completed postgraduate vocal chamber music studies. Laureate of piano competitions including 3rd prize at Johann Sebastian Bach International Piano Competition (Gorzów Wielkopolski, Poland), 3rd prize at Forum for Young Musicians (Rybnik, Poland), 3rd prize at Piano Competition in Nałęczów...

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Masanori Murakami


Masanori Murakami works as a CRA (Clinical Research Associate) in Tokyo in Japan. He graduated Ritsumeikan University in Japan, pursuing a Master's Degree in Molecular Biology, and has taken a job. He most recently joined the ranks of piano competition winners at the 18th Concours des Grands Amateurs de Piano...

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Shanghai Camerata


Shanghai Camerata is China's first historically informed period instrument baroque band. As China's pioneer in historical performance, Shanghai Camerata is proud to introduce musical marvels from roughly 1600-1750 to a very large audience not yet familiar with early music.

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Lei Xu


Lei Xu graduated from Shanghai Conservatory with a bachelor’s degree in vocal performance and opera. Afterwards, she received a full scholarship to study at the Juilliard School, earning a master’s degree as well as an artist diploma. Around the same time, she was selected to enroll in the Metropolitan Opera’s...

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Xie Yashuangzi


Xie Yashuangzi was born in Southwestern China. She began to study piano at the age of six and at the age of twelve she entered the Shanghai Conservatory of Music. In 1998, she moved to Germany and studied at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik in Stuttgart with Professor Wan-Ing Ong....

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