• Eckehard Stier

    Born and raised in Dresden, conductor Eckehard Stier feels like a musical citizen of the world. From being a member of the famous Dresden Kreuzchor, he went on to become GMD of a German three division theatre, and Music Director of the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra in New Zealand.
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  • Estonian National Male Choir RAM

    The Estonian National Male Choir (Eesti Rahvusmeeskoor, otherwise known as RAM) was founded in 1944 by the conductor Gustav Ernesaks, a leader of choral music in Estonia. The male choir, which originally sang a cappella, is now a world-renowned professional choir noted for its renditions of large-scale choral works.
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  • Claire Marie Le Guay

    Claire-Marie Le Guay is established as a leading soloist in Europe, Asia and America. Recent and forthcoming debuts include the Camerata Salzburg/Louis Langrée at the Mozart Week Salzburg, a Haydn recital at the Schwetzinger SWR Festspiele, the George Enescu Festival in Bucharest, and the Bamberg Symphony/Louis Langrée.
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  • Fabrice Bollon

    Fabrice Bollon is General Music Director of the Freiburg Philharmonic Orchestra and an internationally acclaimed and versatile French conductor.
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  • Tuomas Hannikainen

    Tuomas Hannikainen, formerly Tuomas Ollila then Ollila-Hannikainen, has been amongst the brightest in the extraordinary wave of Finnish conductors since being appointed Chief Conductor and Music Director of the Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra in 1994.
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  • Raphael Wallfisch

    With a discography of over 80 CDs and concert appearances with many of the world's greatest orchestras and conductors, Raphael Wallfisch is at the height of his powers as a performer. Combining a masterful technique with a soaring, singing sound that evokes a tradition continued from his teacher, Piatigorsky, he ranks among the most celebrated cellists performing on the international stage.
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