Israeli virtuoso violinist, one of the last of the ‘golden generation’ of masters.
Mikhail Lvovich Bezverkhny is one of the most prominent violinist of our time. He is a winner of the Queen Elisabeth Competition in Brussels and prize winner of many other competitions as soloist and chamber musician.
Gregory Ahss is the concertmaster of Camerata Salzburg, Orchestra Mozart from Bologna, Luzern Festival Orchestra.
Latica Honda-Rosenberg, winner of the Tchaikovsky Competition, has a professorship at the Berlin University of Arts.
Yuri Kalnits is an active soloist and chamber musician, since 2010 he has been member of the Erato Piano Trio.
Janez Podlesek is the concertmaster of the Slovenian Philharmonic, he is part of the trio Clavimerata.
German violist Roland Glassl was launched into an international career as prize-winner of many prestigious national and international competitions. He is seen as successor of Tabea Zimmermann and playing as soloist and also chamber musician around the globe.
Jörg Winkler is Principal Viola at the Florence Opera House Maggio Musicale Orchestra with its Principal Conductor Zubin Mehta.
Ana Glišić performed with orchestras such as RTL Luxembourg, Amsterdam Sinfonietta, Orquesta Simfonica de Andalucia.
As a professor, soloist and chamber musician, Martin Ostertag is nationally and internationally one of the most renowned cellist.
As a passionate chamber musician, Konstantin Pfiz is a member of the Clemente Piano Trio and he joined the Engegård string quartet in 2011.
Franz Bartolomey was principal cellist of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra until 2012 and a member of the VPO since three generations. He is an internationally active as a soloist, chamber musician and teacher.
Aleksandar Latković is the leader of the cello section in the Belgrade Philharmonic, he plays at various festivals throughout the world.
Božo Paradžik held principal positions with leading symphony orchestras, his teaching is internationally recognised and successful.
Knut Erik Sundquist has sovereign control over the double bass, both musically and technically, his sound is elegantly clean and beautiful.
»Music is the essence… the instrument is the way your imagination takes.« Felix Renggli, soloist and professor.
Martin Belič has been the second flutist of the Munich Philharmonic since 2007, he is the assistant of Michael Martin Kofler at his master class in Klagenfurt.
Aleš Kacjan is the solo flutist of the Slovenian Philharmonic, he also enjoys chamber music and teaching.
Emanuel Abbühl was the Principal Oboe with the London Symphony Orchestra, he teaches in Rotterdam, Mannheim and London.
Seung Eun Lee teaches in Mannheim and performs concerts throughout Europe, Asia and Australia as soloist, orchestral and chamber musician.
Pavel Sokolov is an excelent oboist, chamber musician and professor at the Norwegian academy of music in Oslo.
Benda is able to move easily between classical concert repertory and contemporary music both as a clarinetist as well as conductor.
Jože Kotar is principal clarinetist of the RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra and professor at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana.
Carlo Colombo has been Principal Bassoon of the Lyon National Opera Orchestra since its inception, he teaches in Lyon and Lausanne.
Gustavo Núñez is one of the leading bassoonists of his generation, he is the principal bassoonist of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.
Former principal bassoonist of Israel Chamber Orchestra, Igor Ahss collaborates with Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía, Camerata Salzburg and others.
In addition to his solo activities, Christian Lampert is a great professor and enjoys chamber music with a number of renowned ensembles.
Saar Berger is a member of the Ensemble Modern. He has premiered and recorded many solo compositions by young and established composers.
Zora Slokar is the principal horn player in the Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana della Radio in Lugano and Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.
For his album Russian Trumpet Concertos Reinhold Friedrich was awarded with the ECHO Klassik 2013 “Instrumentalist of the year”.
The Academy is named after a world class musician, virtuoso on trombone, excellent soloist and at the same time a devoted pedagogue, Branimir Slokar.
Ian Bousfield has been at the top of the profession for over one quarter of a century, excelling in perhaps more facets of the music business than any other trombonist to date.
Mihael Šuler works with Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, Camerata Salzburg, Bern Symphony Orchestra, Philharmonic Orchestra Doha-Qatar.
Raymond Curfs is the solo timpanist of the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks in Munich and professor in Munich and Maastricht.
Klaus Arp cooperated with various orchestras across the world, was very active with youth orchestras, oratory choirs and teached in Mannheim.
Živa Ploj Peršuh is becoming increasingly well established in Slovenian musical life and continues to surprise with convincing performances.
Aleksandar Madžar is one of the world’s highly acclaimed soloist. He is also devoted chamber music partner to many acclaimed musicians such as Nicolas Altstaedt, Ilya Gringolts, Julia Fischer, Vilde Frang and many others. He is regular guest at eminent festivals.