Khachaturian trio was founded as trio "Arsika" in 1999. It has toured extensively throughout the Central and South America, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Germany, Austria and many other countries.
Since 2006 the members of the Trio are three established and highly regarded chamber musicians: Armine Grigoryan (piano), Karen Shahgaldyan (violin), Karen Kocharyan (cello). In 2008 Trio took the name of an outstanding Armenian composer Aram Khachaturian.
The members of the Trio are involved in pedagogic activity by giving master-classes in music schools of various regions of Armenia.
The activity of the Trio is also tightly connected with the Aram Khachaturian's House-Museum in Yerevan. Here, several CDs have been recorded, concert programs have been presented and educational projects have been implemented by the musicians of the ensemble.
Ohannes Tchekidjian has been the Artistic Director and Chief Conductor of the State Academic Choir of Armenia since 1961. He has performed in 179 major cultural centers of the world including Paris, London, New York, Moscow and St. Petersburg, and also in various major cities of the former USSR. All 60 first-class symphonic orchestras, including the Academic State Symphonic Orchestra of the USSR, the Academic Symphonic Orchestra of St. Petersburg, and, the Orchestra Theatrical Bolshoi have been on the stage under the direction of Maestro Tchekidjian. The recording company “Melodia” distributed a number of recordings by many Symphonic Orchestras and the State Academic Choir of Armenia under the direction of O.Tchekidjian. One of the recordings has been awarded with “Grand Prix” in Paris.
Luca Magariello began to study cello at the Suzuki School in Turin, and at the age of 16 has graduated from the Turin Conservatory with top marks and laude studying with A.Mosca. Since 6 he has been performing both in Italy and abroad with the Suzuki Orchestra, playing for such organisations as Onu and Unicef. After his graduation the cellist continued studies with prominent cellists M.Brunello, G.Sollima, P.Muller; but Magariello’s encounter with E.Dindo and E.Bronzi was determinant. L.Magariello is the finalist of the 5th Antonio Janigro and the Aram Khachaturian International Cello Competitions. He has appeared as soloist in Slovenia, Romania, Albania, Japan, Macedonia, Armenia and Belgium.
Since 2012 L.Magariello has been the Principal Soloist Cello of Hulencourt Soloist Chamber Orchestra (Brussels).
Lia Yakupova started her studies at the age of 5 in Kazan. In 1999 she became a student of N.Dzafarova at the Central Music School of the Moscow Tchaikovsky State Conservatory, later she was accepted to the Moscow Conservatory for undergraduate studies with Prof. S.Kravchenko. In 2012 she finished successfully both the Master Degree at the Royal Academy of Music in London (Prof. I.Petrushevsky), and the Postgraduate Degree at the Moscow Tchaikovsky State Conservatory (Prof. S.Kravchenko).
Currently Lia is a Master student at the Cologne High School of Music (Prof. Z.Bron). L.Yakupova is a 1st prize winner of multiple international competitions, including the All-Russian Korsakov (1998) and the International “Ohrid Pearls” (2006) Violin Competitions, the International Dmitry Shostakovitch (2008) and the 18th International (Greece, 2008) Chamber Music Competitions, the Aram Khachaturian International Violin Competition (2010).
Sona Barseghyan started playing the piano at the age of 7 at Tchaikovsky music school in Yerevan. Later her studies were continued at Yerevan Komitas State Conservatory (Prof. S.Saradzhyan). Since 2013, Sona has been studying in Cologne Conservatory (Prof. N.Tichman). Sona has attended master classes delivered by N.Fischer, V.Krainev, P.Cassard, E.Kissin, T.Ungar, A.Zenziper, V.Monastirskiy and L.Morales.
S.Barseghyan is a prize winner of international competitions, including the 2nd Aram Khachaturian International Competition (2007), the International Karlrobert Kreiten Competition (Cologne, 2013), and the International Amadeo Prix Competition (Aachen, 2013).
In 2009 she was honored by the President of the Republic of Armenia with the “Youth Prize For the Achievements in Performing Classical Music”.
It’s been 10 years since Sona is the member of the piano duo “Sonet”.
Since 2013, Sona is an artist of the “Weltklassik am Klavier” agency.
Cao Peng has traveled to many cities both in China and Europe, performing either as a soloist or in orchestras. He has won the gold prize in the PearlRiver-Kayserburg National Piano Competition, the bronze prize in the piano contest of the 7th Chinese Golden Bell Award for Music and the 1st prize in the Aram Khachaturian International Competition. Moreover, Cao Peng has been awarded the “Tan Xiaowei Scholarship” of the Central Conservatory of Music and “YAMAHA Scholarship” of the China Conservatory of Music, besides, he has been chosen as one of the few musicians sponsored by the Edifier Musician Foundation.
Mr. Peng has cooperated with the State Youth Orchestra of Armenia, Moscow City Symphony, Hangzhou Philharmonic Orchestra, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Guiyang Symphony Orchestras.
Hayk Hovakimyan has graduated from the trumpet class of the Orchestral Department (Prof. M.Khachatryan) and the conducting class of the Opera and Symphony Conducting Department (Prof. Y.Davtyan) of the Yerevan State Conservatory.
In 1982 he became the laureate of the Transcaucasian Competition of Wind Instruments.
In 1986 he founded and headed “Arabkir” children and youth orchestra, the 1st prize winner of the Moscow International Competition-Festival of Wind Orchestras (1988).
In 1994-95 academic year H.Hovakimyan was awarded the diploma as the “Best Artistic Director of Wind Orchestra” and in 1998-99 he was named the “Best Teacher” of the year.
From 1995 to 2009 he worked as trumpeter at APO.
Since 2000 H.Hovakimyan has been the artistic director and principal conductor of “Yerevan” State Wind Orchestra.
In 2010 Maestro Hovakimyan was awarded the title of Honored Artist of RA.
Described by The Strad in 2012 as having "all the qualities of a world-class artist", Philip Higham is among the leading young cellists emerging from the UK.
As a soloist Philip has appeared with the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Arensky Chamber Orchestra, Edinburgh Youth Orchestra, Sinfonia Cymru, Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra and many others.
Philip Higham is one of the only British cellists in generations to have won top prizes at three major international competitions including 1st Prize in the 2008 Bach Leipzig and 2009 Lutoslawski Competitions, and 2nd Prize in the 2010 Grand Prize Emanuel Feuermann Competition.
Philip Higham currently plays a fine cello by Carlo Giuseppe Testore made in 1697.
Lilit Zakaryan has graduated from Tchaikovsky School of Music (class of E.Tandilyan). In 2008 she graduated from Yerevan Komitas State Conservatory (Prof. S.Zakaryan).
In 2010 L.Zakaryan attended the full additional education course “Performing and Creative Higher Mastership” at Yerevan Komitas State Conservatory. She has also attended master classes given by A.Skavronsky, R.Buchbinder and V.Krainev.
L.Zakaryan is a winner of numerous competitions, including:
1996 - Laureate of All-Russian D. Shostakovich Competition
1997 - International Chopin Young Performers’ Competition (3rd prize, Yugoslavia)
1998 - “Grand Concours International de Piano” (1st prize, France)
2000 - Laureate of the All-Armenian Competition “Armenian Legacy”
2005 - Laureate of Delphian games (Ukraine)
2007 - Laureate of the Aram Khachaturian International Competition (3rd prize, Armenia)
In 2011 she was awarded “Youth Award of the President of the Republic of Armenia”.
Fu-Tong Wong was born in 1948 in Guangdong, China. He graduated from the Kent State University, School of Music in the U.S.A.
Mr. Wong is a violin educator, composer and conductor. He was a tutor in the National Institute of Art in Taiwan. In 1983 Mr. Wong performed as a concertmaster of the United Experimental Orchestra. Before being retired, he was a professor at Tainan University of Technology, Department of Music.
Mr. Wong has composed and published many albums of both vocal and orchestra works. His masterworks include “Symphony Condor Heroes”, a four acts opera “Xi-shi”, and the “Wong’s Violin Teaching System, Volumes 1-12”.
The works by Wong has been performed worldwide, including Vienna, New York, Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.
Levon Arakelyan has graduated from the Yerevan Komitas State Conservatory (postgraduate - 2006; prof. A. Talalyan).
He has been a member of “Van” (2003-2005) and “Nairi” (2008-2011) string quartets, as well as “Shell” piano trio (2007-2012). Currently he is working at the State Youth Orchestra of Armenia and the Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra and is a member of Convergence New Music Ensemble.
He has performed as a soloist with Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra, National Chamber Orchestra of Armenia, “Naregatsi” Chamber Orchestra, Georgian Sinfonietta, Georgian National Philharmonic Orchestra. As a chamber musician he has collaborated with such world-famous musicians S.Khachatryan, D.Kashimoto, S.Azzolini, R.Vladkovic, A.Wass, F.Damrow and many others performing in such venues as Wigmore Hall, Mariinsky Concert Hall and Salle Gaveau.
Born in Chengdu, China, Ning Feng studied at the Sichuan Conservatory of Music and London’s Royal Academy of Music, with Hu Kun, where he was the first student ever to be awarded 100% for his final recital. The recipient of prizes at the Hanover International, Queen Elisabeth and Yehudi Menuhin International violin competitions, Ning Feng was First Prize winner of the 2005 Michael Hill International Violin Competition (New Zealand), and in 2006 won first prize in the International Paganini Competition, following in the footsteps of violinists such as Kavakos, Kremer and Accardo.
Established at the highest level in China, Ning Feng performs regularly in his native country in recital, with their many local orchestras, and with major touring orchestras. Now based in Berlin and performing worldwide, Ning Feng has developed a reputation internationally as an artist of great lyricism and emotional transparency, displaying tremendous bravura and awe-inspiring technical accomplishment.
In recent seasons Ning Feng has performed with orchestras such as the Budapest Festival Orchestra/Iván Fischer, Russian State Symphony/Vladimir Jurowski, Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg/Tang and in halls such as Sydney Opera House, Moscow’s Great Hall, Vienna Konzerthaus, Berlin Konzerthaus, Shanghai Oriental Arts Center and Beijing’s NCPA. In recital he has played in prestigious series and festival such as Vancouver Recital Series and Hong Kong International Chamber, Prague Spring and Schleswig-Holstein Festivals.
In the 2013/14 season, Ning Feng’s orchestral engagements include his debut with the Berlin
Konzerthaus Orchestra with Ivan Fischer, a return to the Hong Kong Philharmonic/van Zweden both in Hong Kong and Taipei, his debut with the Asturias Symphony Orchestra/Carneiro and concerts in China, Singapore, Taiwan and Macau with the Kaoshing Symphony and NCPA Orchestras. In recital, Ning Feng performs in cities such as Hong Kong, Moscow, Boston and across China, and with Igor Levit and Maximillian Hornung he will perform piano trios across Germany, including at the Heidelberg, Ludwigsburg and Mecklenburg Vorpommern Festivals. Ning Feng is a member of the Dragon Quartet, founded in China in 2012. Other festival appearances include his return to the Menuhin Festival Gstaad and Kissinger Sommer Festival where he performs every year and where he will be an Artist-in-Residence in 2014.
Ning Feng records for Channel Classics in the Netherlands. His debut concerto disc, featuring Bruch Scottish Fantasy and the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto with Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin was released in February 2014. He has also released two discs of solo violin music for the label; his most recent features sonatas by Bartok, Prokofiev and Hindemith, and was released in August 2013. His previous disc, Solo, featuring works by Paganini, Kreisler, Berio, Schnittke and others, received a first-class review by Audiophile Audition: “You will be blown away by the artistry of this album, and blown away in great sound to boot. This is a stunning recording of solo violin works by a variety of composers… and there are really few violinists who are able to pull it off. Ning Feng is one of those who can, not only for his sterling playing but also because of the rabid intelligence behind the selection of pieces here. None of these works is anything less than enthralling, and a few approach the incandescent. Milstein’s arrangement of the Paganiniana has never been bettered… this is an unqualified recommendation of a wonderful album that demonstrates the highest artistic and programming skills possible.”
Ning Feng plays a 1721 Stradivari violin, known as the ‘MacMillan’, on private loan, kindly arranged by Premiere Performances of Hong Kong.
Ning Feng is represented by Intermusica.
One of the most promising young conductors in Brazil, Paolozzi was recently nominated principal conductor and artistic director of the newest orchestra of Rio de Janeiro, Orquestra Sinfonica Cesgranrio.
He studied conducting in Conservatorio "Giuseppe Verdi" in Milan and in Brazil with Maestro I.Karabtchevsky. Mr. Paolozzi conducted orchestras in the main capitals of Brazil, such as Petrobras Sinfonica, Orquestra Sinfonica de Porto Alegre, Orquestra Sinfonica da Bahia and Orquestra Sinfonica do Recife.
For 2 years E.Paolozzi has been the associate conductor of Orquestra Sinfonica de Barra Mansa, an orquestra from a project similar to El Sistema in the State of Rio de Janeiro, where they played in tours of Ballet La Scala and Marinskij Theatre. In Italy he conducted the World Youth Orchestra, Salzburg Junge Philharmonie and the Orchestra Luigi Cherubini.
Anna Tifu started to play the violin at the age of 6 under the guidance of her father and performed in public at 8 when she won the 1st prize with distinction at the Vittorio Veneto concert series. At the age of 11 she made her debut as soloist with the Orchestre National de Pays de La Loire. It was followed by the debut at the age of 12 at La Scala Milan. At 14 A.Tifu won the 1st prizes in the Viotti Valsesia and the M.Abbado International Competitions, along with many other awards and prizes. She received her Music Diploma from the Cagliari Academy of Music at the age of 15.
For 10 years starting from the age of 8 A.Tifu has been studying with S.Accardo at the Academy Walter Stauffer in Cremona and at the Academy Chigiana of Siena where in 2004 she obtained the Certificate of Honor.
From 2005 to 2008 A.Tifu studied at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia with A.Rosand, Sh.Ashkenazy and P.Frank.
In 2007 she came to international attention as the 1st prize winner of the George Enescu International Competition in Bucharest.
Irina Vinogradova has been a student of the Prof. Lew Naumow’s at Moscow P.I. Tchaikovsky Conservatory of Music.
From 1977 to 1989 she worked as a Professor at Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory of Music.
In 1993 she became the winner of the International Piano Competition in Prague, followed by several years of soloistic performances.
Ever since 2011 Irina Vinogradova has been teaching piano as a main and second subject at Musikhochschule in Cologne. In addition to that she is the accompanist of Prof. Zakhar Bron with whom she has recorded several CDs and whose students she accompanies at international performances and competitions.
Mayu Kishima has won a large number of prizes in competitions both in Japan and abroad. In 2000 she caused a stir in the music world by taking top honors (2nd prize with no 1st prize awarded) at the age of 13 at the 8th Wieniawski International Competition for Young Violinists.
Kishima has participated in several recordings thus far. In 2008, Kishima released her solo album Chaconne and in 2013 she released her new solo album Rise featuring Sonata No. 1 by Faure.
She has given passionate performances of Khachaturian’s Violin Concerto in 2011 with the Prague Symphony Orchestra in Prague, and in 2012 with the Kansai Philharmonic and the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestras, receiving the acclaim of both the orchestras and audience.
Kishima has received instruction from Izumi Hayashi, Kazuyo Togami, Toshiya Eto, Dorothy DeLay and others.
A native of Russia mezzo soprano Marina Domashenko has studied at the Kemerovo Institute of Arts (classes of piano and orchestral conducting), and the Urals State Conservatory (class of opera singing).
She is a first prize winner at the International A.Dvorak Singing Competition (1997) and the First Internatioanl G. Masini Singing Competition (1999). In 2006 she was awarded the Grammy for category-best opera recording.
Since her European debut in 1998 in Prague, Domashenko has performed in Italy, USA, Japan, France, Austria, England, Germany, and many other countries.
Mone Hattori took her 1st violin lessons at the age of 5 with G.Masuda. 1 year later she was already a student of A.Suzuki and 2 years later of Z.Bron. Prof. Bron teaches Mone at the TOHO-GAKUEN School of Music for children and adolescent, and in Master Classes given around the world.
Mone is among others the winner of the following competitions:
2013 - Grand Prix with Honor (in the highest age class ), International Violin Competition of Novosibirsk in Russia;
2013 - 1st and Special Prizes, International “Young Virtuosos” Competition in Bulgaria;
2009 - 1st Prize, Japan Arts Competition;
2009 - 1st Prize, 11th Wieniawski and Lipinski International Competition for Young
Violinists in Poland.
At the age of eight Mone Hattori performed her Solo-Debut with the violin concert of Camille Saint-Saëns.
Vag Papian began his career as a pianist in 1979 after winning the Lisbon Vianna da Motta International Competition.
V.Papian is a graduate of the Moscow Conservatory (Prof. M.Voskresensky). In 1982 the education as conductor was continued at the St. Petersburg Conservatory (Prof. I.Musin). In 1984 V.Gergiev invited him to become the Associate Conductor of the APO, where 3 years later he became the Artistic Director and Principle Conductor.
V.Papian also collaborated with the Armenian National Opera from 1988 until he immigrated to Israel in 1990. Since then he has taken the post of Associate Conductor at the Beer Sheva Symphony Orchestra. He has also been guest conductor at the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra.
His international tours as a pianist include concerts in Basel, Barcelona, Geneva, Toronto, Ottawa, New York, as well as tours in South America and Far East.
Zakhar Bron has been a prize winner at the world’s most prestigious competitions, such as Queen Elisabeth and Henryk Wieniawski Violin Competitions.
Z.Bron gained fame when he left the Moscow Conservatorium of Music to move to distant Siberia. He developed the greatest violin talents of today’s concert halls. V.Repin, M.Vengerov and N.Prischepenko are only a few of the illustrious names to emerge from this period of Bron’s teaching. Later Z.Bron began teaching in Germany, Spain and Japan. From this period of Bron’s teaching come talents such as C.Hanslip, D.Hope, D.Kashimoto and D.Garrett.
Today, Prof. Bron teaches at the conservatories of music in Zurich, Switzerland (ZHdK), Cologne, Germany, and at the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía in Madrid, Spain.
In October 2013, the Zakhar Bron Academy was launched in Interlaken/Switzerland.
Bagrat Terteryan is the head of the Armenian Association of Beatbox, the founder and soloist of GigaBeat, the Armenian first group of beatboxers. He is the finalist of The X-Factor Armenia project.
B.Terteryan has been engaged in beatboxing since 2007. The first steps were taken in Moscow. Currently Mr. Terteryan serves as a DJ and beatboxer under the creative pseudonym Beatman in various clubs of Yerevan, such as the 90's Cafe Pub, Speakeasy, etc.
The main creative aim is to bring the Armenian beatbox on the international level.
Mr Switch aka Anthony John Culverwell is renowned for winning the DMC world DJ championships 3 years in a row (2008-2010), as well as being a prolific party and festival DJ.
Under his previous name of DJ Switch, his most prolific work to date was performing as soloist for Gabriel Prokofiev's "Concerto For Turntables & Orchestra" - he played the piece with the National Youth Orchestra in 2011, becoming the first DJ ever to perform on the BBC Proms, the UK's biggest classical music festival.
He has also been involved in multi-million viewed YouTube videos with various companies, including a dubstep remix of Fatboy Slim's "Right Here Right Now" for Denon and a 'cats on turntables' viral video for GoKat.
Anthony has accumulated numerous festival appearances - most notably providing closing sets for Bestival, Shambala & Glastonbury - as well as a vast number of guest mixes for national radio (including 1Xtra and Radio 1) and various TV appearances.
Having started DJing aged only 11, he has become one of the most versatile DJs on the planet - able to take on any challenge, perform in any environment & work with a vast variety of musicians.
Andrey Baranov is the winner of the Queen Elisabeth International Violin Competition 2012. He is also a winner of Benjamin Britten and Henri Marteau International Violin Competitions, and a prizewinner of more than twenty other international competitions including Indianapolis, Seoul, Sendai, Liana Isakadze, David Oistrakh, Paganini (Moscow) international competitions.
Аndrey is a first violinist of David Oistrakh Quartet, an outstanding ensemble established in 2012.
Born in St.Petersburg in 1986 into a family of musicians, Andrey began playing the violin at the age of five. He attended the Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory in St.Petersburg and Consevatoire de Lausanne. He studied with L.Ivaschenko, V.Ovcharek, P.Popov, but the most important teacher for Andrey will always be the legendary French violinist Pierre Amoyal. Andrey also has taken master-classes from B.Kushnir, L.Isakadze, K.Kashkashian among many others.
Since making his major debut in 2005 at St.Petersburg Philharmonie hall under V.Petrenko and the Philharmonic Orchestra, Andrey has performed on renowned stages throughout the world including Bozar Brussels, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Großer Saal Mozarteum, Cadogan Hall London, Gewandhaus Leipzig, Konzerthaus Berlin, Tchaikovsky Hall in Moscow and St.Petersburg Philharmonic halls.
Many of Andrey’s performances have been broadcast worldwide - on BR Klassik, Radio Orpheus, Espace 2 (Switzerland), YLE Radio (Finland), WFYI, WFMT Chicago (USA) and NHK Sendai (Japan).
Andrey has already appeared with leading international orchestras including Luxembourg Philharmonic, Brussels Philharmonic, National Orchestra of Belgium, MusicAeterna Orchestra, St.Petersburg Philharmonic, Sendai Philharmonic, Royal Phiharmonic London and SWR Stuttgart Symphony Orchestra under conductors T.Currentzis, V.Petrenko, N.Alekseev, M.Tabachnik, W.Weller, E.Krivine and K.Yamashita among others. His future engagements include concert appearances with Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra and Mahler Chamber Orchestra.
Aged only 23 Andrey was appointed as teaching assistant to Pierre Amoyal at the Conservatoire de Lausanne and has since been in demand as a teacher at many international master-classes. He has been invited to institutions in Bangkok, Chicago, Riga, Vilnius, Stockholm, Moscow and more.
In 2011 Andrey was invited by maestro Teodor Currentzis to join MusicAeterna symphony orchestra in Perm State Theater as guest concertmaster.
Andrey is grateful to have been lent various great violins. At the Queen Elisabeth Competition he performed on a Poggi (1947) “ex-Milstein” violin on loan from the Munetsugu Hall - Yellow Angel Foundation in Japan and upon winning the first prize Andrey received the Stradivarius violin (1708) “Huggins” which is currently on loan from Nippon Music Foundation.
Jaroslaw Nadrzycki was born in Zagan, Poland. When he was 12, he made his Moscow debut with the Moscow Conservatory Orchestra in the Tchaikovsky Great Hall. Since 2007 he has been studying at the Royal Academy of Music under the direction of Professor Igor Petrushevski.
In June 2010, Jaroslaw became the 1st prize winner of the Aram Khachaturian International Violin Competition in Yerevan, Armenia. He won top prizes at many international competitions, including the 1st Prize at the G. Enescu International Competition in Bucharest (2009), the 1st Prize at the Valsesia Musica International Violin Competition in Varallo (Italy), the 1st prize at the Haverhill Sinfonia Soloist Competition (2008), and the 1st prize at the Jasha Heifetz International Violin Competition in Vilnius (2001). He also won top prizes in the Max Rostal Competition, Berlin (2002); the Tibor Varga International Violin Competition, the Martigny, Switzerland (2004, 2006); the Wieniawski International Violin Competition, Poznan, Poland (2006); the Ruggiero Ricci Violin Competition, Austria (2007) and the Benjamin Britten International Violin Competition, London (2008).
Jaroslaw has played in great acclaim concerts in the USA, Korea, Austria, Germany, Montenegro, Croatia, Switzerland, UK, Italy, France, Russia, Lithuania, and Finland. His concerts were broadcasted by television stations including Mezzo TV, Romanian National TV, Polish National TV, TV Polonia, Montenegro National TV, and Austrian National TV ORF.
Jaroslaw has performed with many renowned orchestras: The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (London), the Zurich Symphony Orchestra, Hamburg Philharmonic, the State Youth Orchestra of Armenia, the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Polish Radio Chamber Orchestra “Amadeus”, the Lithuanian National Philharmonic, the “Transylvania” State Philharmonic, the George Enescu Philharmonic. He has given concerts at such venues as Cadogan Hall, Wigmore Hall and St. John’s Smith Square in London, Moscow Kremlin, St. Petersburg Conservatoire Hall, Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, Slovak Philharmonic Hall, the Vienna Konzerthaus, Mirabell Palace, Romanian Atheneum in Bucharest, Tchaikovsky Conservatory Great Hall in Moscow.
In 2010 Jaroslaw made his debut with the Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela and Maestro Krzysztof Penderecki in Caracas. His future engagements include concerts together with Valery Gergiev and Maxim Vengerov.
Born in 1973 in Armenia in musician family, he began the studies of violin at age of 7. From 1990 he continued his education at Erevan State Conservatory in the double bass class of prof. Vahe Terzyan, and in 1995 – 1997 he graduated aspirant degree there. From 1997 to 2001 he made his Concert Diploma and Teacher Diploma at «Tibor Varga» Music High School in Sion, Switzerland with prof. Ferenc Bokany as a main teacher, and prof. Tibor Varga and prof. Gabor Takac as chamber music mentors. During this time he was marked with «Ghoukassyants Brothers» Foundation's scolarship (Geneve, Switzerland).
As a soloist he performed under Emin Khachatryan with Armenian State Chember Orchestra, as well as «Tibor Varga» Festival Orchestra (with Tibor Varga) and Orchestra La Folia (with Mirion Glas).
While still a student, he won the First Prize in the Chamber music competition «Valentino Bucci» and appeared as a member in orchestras such as the Erevan Symphony Orchestra(1990-1997), «Serenade» chamber Orchestra (1990-1997) and Armenian state chamber Orchestra (1993-94 ). Since 1997 to 2000 he was a member of Lyon National Orchestra, and from 2000 he has a position in Opernhaus Zürich Orchestra, regulary appearing with Bern Symphony Orchestra (2004-2005), Mahler Chamber Orchestra (2006 till now), Lucern festival Orchestra and from 2009 in Zurich chamber Orchestra. He has played and and toured in USA, Japan, China, Russia and Europe under conductors such as Claudio Abbado, Zubin Mehta, Bernard Haitink, Pierre Boulez, Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Franz Welzer-Möst, Daniel Gatti and Daniel Harding.
Haik Kazazyan has performed with such orchestras as Scottish Royal National Orchestra, Orchestre National de France, Russian National Orchestra, Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra under Yu. Simonov, Moscow Symphony orchestra named after E. Svetlanov, Prague Philharmonic orchestra, Dublin National Orchestra, Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra, Katowice Radio Symphony Orchestra, Munich Chamber orchestra, Moscow chamber orchestra, S.Petersburg, Ekaterinburg, Kazan, Samara Symphony orchestras and many others.
The musicians Haik worked with as a soloist and chamber musician are conductors Andrew Litton, Alexander Liebreich, Alexander Lazarev, Jonathan Darlington, Ricardo Averbach, Alan Buribayev, Constantine Orbelian, Jac van Steen, David Brophy, Pavel Kogan, Alexander Polianichko, pianists Freddy Kempf, Eliso Virsaladze, Alex Kobrin, Ekaterina Mechetina, Rem Urasin, violinists Gordan Nikolitch, Boris Brovtsyn, cellists Alexander Bouzlov, Sergey Antonov, Boris Andrianov and many other great musicians of our generation.
The violinist has performed in many great halls in the world, including “Carnegie hall” (Stern Auditorium) in New-York, in Great, Small and Rakhmaninov halls of Moscow conservatory, in Tchaikovsky hall (Moscow), Victoria hall in Geneve, Barbican hall and Wigmore hall in London, Usher hall in Edinburgh, Royal Concert Hall in Glasgow, etc.
Haik has been a performer in many festivals like “Festival de musique” of Sh. Mintz (Switzerland), festival in Verbier, “Arts square” of Yu. Temirkanov (S.-Petersburg), “Moscow Kremlin”, “Primavera Classica” (Moscow), Tongyeong International Music Festival (South Korea) and others.
His concerts have been broadcasted on TV channels “Culture” (Moscow), Mezzo, Brusselles TV, Polskie Radio (Poland), BBC radio in London and others.
Haik Kazazyan was born in Yerevan, in 1982. In 1989 has entered the Sayat-Nova
Music school, studying with professor Levon Zoryan.
Then Haik studied with professor E.D.Gratch and chamber music class with Alexander Bonduriansky in Moscow from 1996 to 2000 in Gnessin music school, from 2000-2006 in Moscow Conservatory.
From 2006-2008 he studied with professor Itzhak Rashkovsky and chamber music with Levon Chilingirian at Royal College of Music in London.
In 1993-1995 won several republic competitions, also won “Grand-Prix” at “Amadeus-95” competition and after that has been invited to Belgium and France for recitals.
In 1997 has taken part in the international competition of violinists in Germany (in the castle “Kloster Shontal”) and has received II prize and special prize for masterly performance.
In 1999 at the 2nd international competition named after A.Yampolsky has won II prize. In 2000 at the All-Russia competition ‘New names’ with a piano trio has received “Grand Prix”.
In 2001 at the XII international H.Wieniawski competition in Poland has received III prize and special prize for the best performance of polonaise by Wieniawski.
In 2002 he became the laureate of XII international P.I.Tchaikovsky competition, IV prize and 3 special prizes. He has prizes from TV channel “Culture”, from the Moscow State Conservatory and from the foundation “New Names”.
In 2004 at the International violin competition in Sion-Valais (Switzerland) Haik received 1st prize and prize of “Children jury” and also public prize.
In 2005 he received 3rd prize and public prize in Paris at “M.Long-J.Thibaud” competition.
In 2007 Haik won 1st prize at the International violin competition named after Isang Yun in South Korea, also the special prize for best interpretation of Isang Yun's piece.
In 2010 CD album with Opera Fantasies has been released on “Delos” label (http://www.delosmusic.com/products-page/artist/kazazyan-haik).
In 2011, Haik received 2nd prize (1st prize was not awarded) and special prize at Enescu international competition in Bucharest.
Also Haik has been in summer courses and festivals in Keshet Eilon (Israel), Aspen music festival, Verbier festival.
He had masterclasses with Shlom Mintz, Ida Haendel, Pamela Frank and others.
Since 2002 he is a soloist of Moscow Philharmonic Society. And since 2008 is a violin teacher at Moscow Conservatory.
Anastasia Nesterova was born in 1994, Moscow, Russia. She studied piano and other instruments in common 10 years. Since 2002 she was studying in a music school №14 (piano), since 2010 studying in a music college named by F.Chopin in Moscow (piano). Her teacher was professor of Moscow State Conservatory named by P.Chaikovsky, People's Artist of Armenia, Y.S. Airapetyan.
Anastasia Nesterova is the prizewinner of "New names" competition (2003,2004,2005), diploma winner of the 6th Moscow International Frederick Chopin competition for young pianists (Moscow,2008), second prize winner of the 7th international Frederick Chopin competition for young pianists (Beijing, China, 2011) and also has a diploma for the best performance of piano concert with symphony orchestra, second prize winner of the 11th Youth Delphic Games of Russia (2012, Moscow), fellow of the President and fellow of the Government (2012).
She has performed on the best stages of Moscow: Great Hall, Rachmaninovsky Hall, Malyi Hall of Moscow State Conservatoty, House of music, Hall of Chaikovsky; had two solo concerts in Germany (Gutersloh, 2005, 2007) by invitation of Forum Russische Kultur and personally Franz Kiesl. The young pianist had a solo concert in big hall of Moscow State central museum of music culture named by M.I.Glinka (2008). The program “Talanted Children” was set on the channel “Russia Today” about Anastasia Nesterova. She performed with the orchestra of the center named by P.Slobodkin (conductor V.Ryzhaev), performed with the Moscow chamber orchestra (conductor A.Podgornyi), performed with the orchestra of the music college named by F.Chopin (conductor V.Ryzhaev).
Arus Adjemian was born in Yerevan into a family of musicians. She has finished Tchaikovsky Specialized Secondary Music School. Later she studied at Yerevan Komitas State Conservatory, where she attended also post-graduate course ( in the class of Prof. R. Tandilyan, whose assistant A. Adjemian is now).
In 1995 A. Adjemian participated in the "Amadeus 95" competition and in the festival "My Republic is 5", deserving the title of laureate. Since 1996 she has been performing with recitals in Armenia and abroad. Since 1997 A. Adjemian has been collaborating with Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra performing concerts by Saint-Saens, Prokofiev, Ravel, Rachmaninoff and Mozart. In 1998 she got the First prize at the “Talented Young Musicians” competition. In 1999 she was awarded the diploma of the “Best Performer” at the International Symposium of Pianists dedicated to Frederic Chopin. In 2000 A. Adjemian was awarded the First and Special prizes at the Arno Babadjanyan 3rd Republic Competition of Young Pianists.
She has been a holder of scholarships of Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation, International Cultural Exchange Fund, Orbelian Foundation. In 2001 she appeared with “Moscow Virtuosi” headed by Vladimir Spivakov, featuring Mozart Piano Concerto No 20. During the same year she participated in the Colmar Festival (France) and Third International Oxford Festival (UK). In 2002 she got the First prize of the International Cultural Exchange Fund and was invited to perform jointly with Murfreesboro Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra headed by Dr. Laurence Harvin presenting Piano Concerto by Aram Khachaturian. In 2003 she recorded the same composition with APO. Ms. Adjemian took master-classes from D. Pollack, N. Petrov, G. Cherni-Stepanska, M. Voskressensky, N. Yuzhanin, O. Yablonskaya, M. Presler and N. Svetlanova. A. Adjemian's repertoire includes pieces by Russian, European and contemporary composers. She toured to USA, France, England, Greece, Egypt, Cyprus, China, Canada, Germany, Poland, and Switzerland. In 2003 jointly with the State Academic Chamber Orchestra of Russia headed by Constantine Orbelian she performed No. 1 Concerto by Shostakovich and D-dur concert by Haydn in Brazil and Uruguay.
In 2008 the AMC released A. Adjemian's CD entitled Romantic Fire. In 2009 A. Adjemian was honored with the RA President award.
Described by Carlo Maria Giulini as ‘extraordinarily gifted’, Alexander Romanovsky is a riveting, individual and subtle performer with an utterly engaging voice.
At the age of seventeen, he won 1st Prize in the renowned Busoni Competition in Italy and since 2007 has released three critically acclaimed CDs on the Decca label of music by Schumann, Brahms and Rachmaninov, prompting the New York Times to commend him as ‘special, not just an extraordinary technician with a flair for color and fantasy, but also a sensitive musician and lucid interpreter.’
Born in Ukraine in 1984, Alexander studied with Leonid Margarius at the Imola Piano Academy and with Dmitry Alexeev at the Royal College of Music in London. He has recently appeared as soloist both with the Mariinsky Orchestra conducted by Valery Gergiev in the Mariinsky Concert Hall in St. Petersburg and with the Russian National Orchestra conducted by Michael Pletnev in the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall in Moscow, as well as with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at the Barbican in London and the English Chamber Orchestra.
He has been invited to major European festivals and venues including La Roque d'Anthéron in France, the Klavier-Festival Ruhr in Germany and the Chopin and his Europe Piano Festival in Warsaw, and is a frequent guest of the International Piano Festival Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli in Brescia and Bergamo, Italy. He has performed with the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra and toured as soloist with Vladimir Spivakov performing in Kiev, the Baltic States and France. In 2009 he was selected for representation by Young Concert Artists Trust in London.
Since moving to Italy in 1997, Alexander has appeared in venues in Turin, Bologna, Naples, Teatro della Pergola in Florence, Teatro Politeama in Palermo, the Auditorio Verdi and Teatro dal Verme in Milan and the Santa Cecilia Academy in Rome. Further afield, he has given concerts in the USA and Japan.
2010/2011 season highlights included the debut with the Chicago Symphony and James Conlon in Ravinia and with the New York Philharmonic and Alan Gilbert in Vail, concerts at the Stresa and Colmar festivals and performances with the National Philharmonic of Russia and Vladimir Spivakov, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra and Vladimir Fedoseyev.
Last season Alexander Romanovsky opened the 25th “Master Pianists Series” at the Main Hall of the Amsterdam Concertgebouw. He debuted with the Filarmonica della Scala at the Teatro alla Scala, the Hallé Orchestra at the Bridgewater Hall in Manchester, the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, the Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra, the Caracas Symphony Youth Orchestra and the Stuttgarter Philharmoniker. He also returned to Moscow, St.Petersburg, the Auditorio Verdi in Milan, the Santa Cecilia Academy in Rome and gave recitals in Genova, Warsaw, and Tokyo.
In 2013 a new recording by Alexander Romanovsky will be released on Decca. Among future engagements, a tour in South America and Asia, concerts and recitals through all Europe.
Since 2013, Alexander Romanovsky has been the artistic director of the Krainev International Competition for Young Pianists in Kharkov, Ukraine.
Alexei Ogrintchouk is one of the most outstanding oboists performing today. A graduate of the Gnessin School of Music and the Paris Conservatoire, where he studied with Maurice Bourgue, Jacques Tys and Jean-Louis Capezzali, he combines astounding technique with virtuosity and lyricism.
Originally from Moscow, Alexei was already performing all over Russia, Europe and Japan from the age of 13. He is the winner of a number of international competitions including the prestigious CIEM International Competition in Geneva at the age of 19. He was also the winner of the European Juventus Prize in 1999, two "Victoires de la Musique Classique" Prizes in France in 2002, the Triumph Prize in Russia in 2005 and Borletti Buitini Trust Award winner in 2007. He has been part of the prestigious Rising Stars and BBC New Generation Artists Programmes.
Since August 2005 Alexei Ogrintchouk has been first solo oboist of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam with Mariss Jansons. Until then he held the same post at the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra with Valery Gergiev - a position which he secured at the age of 20.
Alexei Ogrintchouk manages to combine orchestral playing with his ever-increasing solo engagements. A charismatic and technically brilliant soloist, he has performed concertos under the baton of conductors such as Mariss Jansons, Valery Gergiev, Gennady Rozhdestvensky, Seiji Ozawa, Fabio Luisi, Kent Nagano, Michel Plasson, Sir Andrew Davis, Roman Kofman, Daniel Harding, Jiri Belohlavek, Stephan Deneve, Lothar Zagrosek, Jaap van Zweden, John Neschling, Andris Nelsons, Susanna Malkki, Walter Weller, Ion Marin, Paul Goodwin, Lu Jia, Gianandrea Noseda, Hubert Soudant, Martyn Brabbins, Thomas Sanderling, Kees Bakels, Enrique Mazzola and with the world's greatest orchestras including the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Orchestras of the Bolshoi and Mariinsky Theatres, Orchestre de l'Academia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, all the Orchestras of the BBC, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Russian National Orchestra, Kontzerthausorchester Berlin, Budapest Festival Orchestra, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Orchestra Sinfonica do Estado de Sao Paulo, National Orchestra of Belgium, Beethovenhalle Orchestra Bonn, Orquesta Sinfonica de Tenerife, Basel Symphony Orchestra, Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestre National des Pays de la Loire, Norrkoping Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra del Teatro Lirico di Cagliari, Stavanger Symphony Orchestra, Queensland Symphony Orchestra, Orquesta Sinfonica de Navarra, Belgrade Philharmonic, MAV Orchestra Budapest, Dutch Radio Kamer Philharmonie, Sinfonia Varsovia, Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie, Moscow Virtuosi, KREMERata Baltica, Moscow Soloists, Amsterdam Sinfonietta, Orchestre d'Auvergne, Europa Galante, Koln Sinfonietta, New European Strings, Orquesta Barroca de Sevilla, as well as the Concertgebouw, Munich, Stuttgart, Mito, Prague, UBS Verbier, Lathuanian and Swedish Chamber Orchestras.
As a recitalist and chamber musician he is much in demand and has performed throughout the world including in Theatre du Chatelet, Theatre des Champs-Elysees, Cite de la Musique, Auditorium du Louvre in Paris, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Musikverein in Vienna, Royal Albert Hall, Wigmore Hall in London, Carnegie Hall in New-York, Auditorium in Tel Aviv, Suntory Hall in Tokyo... He is also a frequent guest at festivals such as BBC PROMS, MIDEM, Colmar, Lockenhaus, Verbier, Luzern, Berliner Festspiele, Santa Cecilia, Cortona, Edinburgh Internation Festival, City of London Festival and the White Nights, Crescendo, Svyatoslav Richter December Nights and Easter Festival in Russia.
His chamber music partners have included Gidon Kremer, Radu Lupu, Thomas Quasthoff, Misha Maisky, Vladimir Spivakov, Yuri Bashmet, Jean-Yves Thibaudet, Maurice Bourgue, Sarah Chang, Tabea Zimmermann, Nikolai Znaider, Valery Affanasiev, Julian Rachlin, Leif Ove Andsnes, Fabio Biondi, Alexander Lonquich, Dmitri Sitkovetsky and Sergio Azzolini as well as Belcea, Eben, Sine Nomine and Tokyo string quartets.
Alexei Ogrintchouk is named successor of Maurice Bourgue as oboe professor at the Haute Ecole de Musique de Geneve from September 2011. He also has been a visiting professor at the Royal Academy of Music in London since 2001, professor at the Musikene in San Sebastian since 2009 and at the Royal Conservatory in the Hague since 2010. He is giving a number of masterclasses such as Pablo Casals Chamber Music Academy in Prades, Mahler Academy in Ferrara, Cursos de Verano in Bilbao, Academie Musicale de Villecroze or Weimar International Master Class.
His first CD with the works by Schumann was released on Harmonia Mundi "Nouveau musicians" Series to exceptional reviews. His discography includes the world premiere of the slow movement of Beethoven oboe concerto (Raptus classics), music by Britten (Record One), Skalkotas (Bis Records), Mozart Oboe Concerto with the Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra (PentaTone Classics). He also recently released Bach Oboe Concertos with the Swedish Chamber Orchestra (Bis Records).
Born in Yerevan, Armenia, Sergey Khachatryan won First Prize in the VIII International Jean Sibelius competition in Helsinki in 2000, becoming the youngest ever winner in the history of the competition. In 2005, he claimed the First Prize at the Queen Elisabeth Competition in Brussels.
Sergey has performed with orchestras such as the Berliner Philharmoniker, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Orchestre National de France, Orchestre de Paris, London Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra, NHK Symphony in Tokyo, Munich Philharmonic and the Tonhalle Orchestra in Zurich.
In the US, Sergey has appeared with the Cleveland Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, Boston Symphony, Philadelphia Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra (Washington), San Francisco Symphony and Los Angeles Philharmonic. He has also performed at the Ravinia, Blossom and Mostly Mozart Festivals.
With the Philharmonia Orchestra, Sergey has collaborated with Christoph von Dohnanyi, Esa Pekka Salonen, Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos, Alexander Lazarev, Tugan Sokhiev and Juraj Valcuha. He has also performed with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, notably the Bach Double Concerto with Anne-Sophie Mutter, the Sibelius concerto with Jukka Pekka Saraste and the Khachaturian concerto on a major North American tour. In January 2011, Sergey made his London debut with the London Symphony Orchestra performing Shostakovich’s second concerto conducted by Valery Gergiev.
Since December 2002 Sergey has performed regularly with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, including a Proms debut in 2005 conducted by Vassily Sinaisky and regular concerts subsequently with Gianandrea Noseda.
Sergey works regularly with Valery Gergiev and the Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra in St Petersburg and at the Mikkeli Festival in Finland. Recent highlights also include performances with the Swedish Radio Symphony, Bamberger Symphoniker, Orchestre de Paris, RAI Orchestra Turin, Rotterdam Philharmonic, Amsterdam Sinfonietta, NHK Symphony and the Sydney and Melbourne Symphony Orchestras.
Sergey’s 2012-13 season includes concerts with the Philharmonia Orchestra and Philippe Jordan, Gurzenich-Orchester Kölner Philharmoniker and Jesús López-Cobos, Swedish Radio Symphony and Juraj Valcuha, Munich Philharmonic and James Gaffigan, Spanish National Orchestra and Juanjo Mena, Taiwan National Symphony and Shao-Chia Lü (debut), National Symphony Orchestra (Washington) and Vasily Petrenko and Seattle Symphony and Ludovic Morlot.
With his sister Lusine Khachatryan Sergey has performed recitals at Wigmore Hall, Alte Oper Frankfurt, Theatre des Champs Elysees and Cite de la Musique (Paris), Auditori Nacional Madrid, Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Palais des Beaux Arts (Brussels), Philharmonie Luxembourg, Carnegie Hall and Alice Tully Hall (New York) and Herbst Theater (San Francisco). Recitals in 2011/12 include performances in Dortmund, Neumarkt and London.
Sergey’s recording of the Sibelius concerto was released by Naïve Classique in October 2003, followed by a double Shostakovich concerto disc with the Orchestre National de France conducted by Kurt Masur, a recording of the Shostakovich and Cesar Franck sonatas for violin and piano in February 2008, the complete Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin by J.S. Bach in 2010 and most recent the complete Sonatas by J.Brahms with his sister Lusine Khachatryan 2013.
Sergey plays the 1740 ‘Ysaye’ Guarneri violin on kind loan from the Nippon Music Foundation.
Gautier Capuçon is widely recognised as one of the foremost cellists of his generation and has received consistently high critical praise for his recordings and performances. Born in Chambéry in 1981, Capuçon began playing the cello at the age of five. He studied at the Conservatoire National Supérieur in Paris with Philippe Muller and Annie Cochet-Zakine, and later with Heinrich Schiff in Vienna. The winner of various first prizes in many leading international competitions, including the International André Navarra Prize, Capuçon was named ‘New Talent of the Year’ by Victoires de la Musique (the French equivalent of a Grammy) in 2001; in 2004 he received a Borletti-Buitoni Trust Award after which he has received several Echo Klassik awards, most recently for his recording with Gergiev and for Faure’s complete chamber music in October 2012.
Capuçon performs regularly as a soloist with the major orchestras worldwide, including the Rotterdam Philharmonic, Munich Philharmonic, Bavarian Radio, Frankfurt Radio, DSO Berlin, WDR Cologne, Santa Cecilia, Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra, Orchestre de Paris, Orchestre National de France, and in the USA the Los Angeles Philharmonic, San Francisco Symphony, National Symphony, Houston Symphony and Philadelphia orchestras amongst others. He is a favourite of conductors at the highest level including Bychkov, Chung, Dudamel, Dutoit, Eschenbach, Gergiev, Haitink and Nézet-Séguin.
He also performs recital and chamber repertoire in the major halls across Europe including Paris Salle Pleyel, London’s Wigmore and Queen Elizabeth Halls, Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw, as well as a Capuçon’s Brahms-Fauré chamber music cycle at the Musikverein in Vienna.
A regular recital and chamber music musician, Capuçon appears regularly in the major festivals across Europe and every year at Verbier and at Project Martha Argerich, Lugano.
Capuçon is an exclusive artist for Virgin Classics.
As a partner of Gautier Capuçon, Colas co-produced, along with Virgin Classics, his latest recording with Gergiev and participated in the purchase of a Dominique Peccatte Bow. Since 2007 Gautier Capuçon has been an Ambassador for Zegna & Music project, which was founded in 1997 as a philanthropic activity to promote music and its values.
His recordings include the Dvořák Concerto with Frankfurt Radio Symphony/Paavo Järvi, Tchaikovsky Rococo Variations and Prokofiev Sinfonia Concertante with Mariinsky Theatre/Gergiev, the Brahms Double Concerto with his brother Renaud and Mahler Youth Orchestra/Chung, and the Haydn Cello Concertos with Mahler Chamber Orchestra/Harding, and many others.
Gautier Capuçon plays a 1701 Matteo Goffriller.