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Kuss Quartet  
Kuss Quartet
Based in Berlin, the Kuss Quartet, celebrated for their exciting programmes as well as their sincere, honest and captivating interpretations, are regular guests at the most renowned international concert halls and the most prestigious festivals.

For upcoming concert dates, see links below:
www.kussquartet.com
www.impresariat-simmenauer.de

Leonard Elschenbroich  
Leonard Elschenbroich
Born in 1985 in Frankfurt, Leonard Elschenbroich received a scholarship, aged ten, to study at the Yehudi Menuhin School in London. He subsequently studied with Frans Helmerson at the Cologne Music Academy. 

Elschenbroich received the Leonard Bernstein award at the opening concert of the 2009 Schleswig-Holstein Festival, following his performance of the Brahms Double Concerto with Anne-Sophie Mutter under the direction of Christoph Eschenbach. Since then, he has been hailed as one of the most important and charismatic cellists of his generation.

Leonard Eschenbroich
www.leonard-elschenbroich.com
www.icartists.co.uk

London Winds  
London Winds
A stunning combination of virtuoso players who also enjoy active solo careers, London Winds' performances are renowned for their technical brilliance, interpretative vision and joie de vivre. Founded in 1988 by British clarinettist Michael Collins, the group has rapidly become one of the world's most prominent chamber ensembles.
The group is flexible in its make-up, augmenting its five original principal members with top international pianists and chamber musicians for certain repertoire. In particular, London Winds have enjoyed close associations with pianists Stephen Kovacevich, Howard Shelley, Pascal Rogé, Barry Douglas and Boris Berezovsky, and instrumentalist Isabelle van Keulen.
 
 

Malcolm Martineau  
Malcolm Martineau
Recognised as one of leading accompanists of his generation, Malcolm Martineau has worked with many of the world’s greatest singers including Barbara Bonney, Susan Graham, Sir Thomas Allen, Dame Janet Baker, Olaf Bär Ian Bostridge, Angela Gheorghiu, Thomas Hampson, Simon Keenlyside, Magdalena Kozena, Dame Felicity Lott, Christopher Maltman, Karita Mattila, Ann Murray, Anna Netrebko, Anne Sofie von Otter, Joan Rodgers, Frederica von Stade and Bryn Terfel. For ONYX, he has recorded with Barbara Bonney, Susan Graham, Amanda Roocroft, Elena Kelessidi and Florian Boesch. 
 

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For upcoming concert dates, see links below:
www.martineau.info
www.askonasholt.co.uk


Maria João Pires  
Maria João Pires

Maxim Rysanov  
Maxim Rysanov
Recognised as one of the world’s best and most charismatic viola players, Maxim Rysanov is the winner of the prestigious 2008 Classic FM Gramophone Young Artist of the Year. Additional awards include the Tertis and Geneva competitions as well as the 2007 BBC New Generation artist scheme. Maxim’s recording projects include a Decca disc of Bach Inventions with Janine Jansen and Torleif Thedéen, which reached number 1 in the iTunes charts in the USA, a concerto disc of Tavener and Kancheli (Onyx) and a recital disc with Evelyn Chang (Avie) both of which were named Gramophone Editor’s Choice. Forthcoming recording plans include a disc of unaccompanied Bach and a disc with Tchaikovsky and Tabakova works with orchestra.

For upcoming concert dates, see links below:
www.maximrysanov.com
www.musicinteralia.com

Melvyn Tan  
Melvyn Tan
Exploration, insight and imagination are vital ingredients in Melvyn Tan’s blend of artistic attributes. He established his international reputation in the 1980s with pioneering performances on fortepiano and continues to cast fresh light on music conceived for the piano’s early and modern forms. Tan possesses a profound understanding of his instrument’s history, its technical evolution and musical development. His performances of piano masterworks, whether on a late eighteenth-century fortepiano or today’s concert grand, penetrate the surface of interpretive traditions and received wisdom to reveal countless expressive nuances and rarely heard tonal contrasts. Acclaimed for the wit and poetry of his playing, Tan has also received ovations for his bold programming and exceptional ability to switch from fortepiano and modern piano, even in the same recital.

Midori  
Midori

Midori made her debut aged 11 as a surprise guest soloist with the New York Philharmonic under Zubin Mehta in 1982.

Today Midori is recognized as an extraordinary performer, a devoted and gifted educator, and an innovative community engagement activist. In 2007, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon named Midori a UN Messenger of Peace.

For upcoming concert dates, see links below:
www.gotomidori.com
www.intermusica.co.uk


Mikhail Pletnev  
Mikhail Pletnev
For upcoming concert dates, see links below:
www.russianarts.org/rno/pletnev.cfm

Mischa Maisky  
Mischa Maisky
Born in 1948 in Riga, Latvia, Mischa Maisky entered the Leningrad Conservatory in 1962. In 1965 his debut with the Leningrad Philharmonic earned him the nickname “Rostropovich of the Future”. One year later he became prizewinner at the International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow and began his studies with Rostropovich while pursuing a concert career throughout the former Soviet Union. After being imprisoned in a labour camp near Gorky for 18 months in 1970, he emigrated from the USSR. Today he is an exclusive Deutsche Grammophon artist with many famous recordings to his name and artistic collaborations with the greatest artists of the day.  
 

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