Izabela Jutrzenka-Trzebiatowska

Polish pianist Izabela Jutrzenka-Trzebiatowska is best known for salon music interpretation and her recent album „Chopin”. As a pianist and researcher her main focus is music of the 19th century. She enjoys traveling around the world performing solo recitals and among other repertoire both Chopin piano concertos. This year she is releasing an album with […]

Johanna Kam

Johanna Kam, Piano

Viennese pianist Johanna Kam is an emerging artist with a promising future. Currently pursuing her undergraduate studies at the Music and Arts University of Vienna, she has been awarded with numerous prizes at the Austrian Youth Music Competition, both as a soloist as well as a piano duo together with her sister Dorothea Kam. Being […]

Duo Euterpe

Duo Euterpe, named after one of the nine Greek muses, unites the lively and colourful flute-playing of Franziska Leonhardt with Carmen Alcántara´s gentle and round harp sound. Based in Leipzig and also being resident in orchestra-playing all over Germany, both musicians managed with engagement and creativity to draw attention to themselves as an ensemble during […]

Viktoria Slobodina

Viktoria Slobodina

Viktoria Slobodina is a young lyric soprano from Saint Petersburg, currently based in Vienna. She fell in love with opera when she was 8 years old when she bought an audio cassette with “The Snow Maiden” by Rimsky-Korsakov. She began her career as a singer quite late; guided by her passion and a sense of […]

Jui-Lan Huang

Jui-Lan Huang

Vienna-based Taiwanese pianist Jui-Lan Huang was celebrated by the German press and praised as “highly gifted with skills and artistic talent“ by Anatol Ugorki, the legendary pianist. She has established herself as a soloist and chamber musician and has been invited to perform at prestigious venues such as the Konzerthaus Berlin, Gasteig Munich, Slovenská Filharmónia, […]

Christoph Urbanetz

Christoph Urbanetz

With a focus on innovative interpretations and new modes of expression, Viennese gamba player Christoph Urbanetz is known for bringing out the groove and energy from his instrument. Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Cecilia Bartoli and Giovanni Antonini are some of the great musicians with whom he has collaborated leading to appearances in the most prestigious halls in […]

Olga Rodon

Olga Rodon

The Spanish recorder player Olga Rodon is dedicated to reaching out to the audience and expanding the repertoire for period ensembles. Passionate about exploring and sharing the folk roots of early music, Olga has performed with her ensembles in many early music festivals and concert series across Spain and Germany. This year, Olga has received […]

Birce Polat

Birce Polat

The Turkish pianist Birce Polat is the personification of a “Renaissance Soul”. A unique classical musician accompanied by a pinch of scholarly ambition – staging monographic performances illuminated with handcrafted keynote speeches. A disciple of the renowned Karl-Heinz Kämmerling école with peerless technical command, she has the fingers for “magical sonorities on the keys”, according to her […]