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Viktor Tretyakov, one of the world’s greatest violinists, can be called without exaggeration a symbol of the Russian violin school.

In 1966, at the age of 19 he won the first prize in the Third International Tchaikovsky Competition. Since then, ...

A pupil of Rostropovich and gold-medal winner at the 1970 Tchaikovsky Competition, David Geringas can now look back on a career that has spanned decades.

His discography, which now features almost one hundred CDs, ...

Born in Israel, Yair Kless began playing the violin at the early age. He graduated from Tel Aviv Music Academy, under the tutelage of Israel Amidan. Following a recommendation from Nathan Milstein, Yair moved to Brussels to study with Prof. Andre Gertler ...

Born in 1947 in southwest Germany. Studied at the Academies of Music in Stuttgart and Detmold under Tibor Varga. Violist with Stuttgart’s Sьdfunk Symphony Orchestra and with the Tibor Varga Chamber Orchestra.

Since 1971 he has been a member of the ...

Born in Moscow in 1945, Michail Jurowski is the son of the composer Wladimir Jurowski and grandson of the conductor David Block. His sons Vladimir and Dmitri are also internationally renowned conductors. Michail Jurowski grew up in the circle ...

In 1978 Máté Szücs was born in Hungary into a musical family: his father being a composer, conductor and university professor; his mother an opera singer and also a professor at the university.

Máté Szücs started his musical career ...

Vladimir Stoupel is an individualist with an extraordinarily rich tonal and emotional palette. The Washington Post recently praised his “protean range of expression” and Der Tagesspiegel Berlin ...