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Tebenikhin, Amir

Amir Tebenikhin

Winner of the First Prize at the George Enescu International Piano Competition 2009 in Bucharest, Romania. 
Winner of the First Prize at the Third Anton Rubinstein International Piano Competition 2007 in Dresden, Germany.

Terenkova, Anastasya

Anastasya Terenkova

Anastasya Terenkova is a breathtaking artist, whose performance style and elegance is standout among the young generation of world pianists today."

Tham, Mitra Alice

Mitra Alice Tham

MM, PGDipRAM, B Mus.(Hons), FLCM, LLCM, LRAM, LMusA, ATCL first public performance was at the age of three and her international debut at the age of eight in Japan. Originally from Malaysia, she has won prizes at a variety of international competitions, including the Rosario-Marciano Preis for the most eminent artist personality, the Russischer Musikpreis for the best interpretation of Russian music, the coveted title ‘The Excellent Player Award’ at the prestigious Asia Oceania Festival held in Thailand and won the ‘Young Millennium Pianist’ of Singapore.

Thomopoulos, Stephanos

Stephanos Thomopoulos

This Greek pianist is captivating in Iannis Xenakis’ Herma. -Olivier Bellamy, Le Monde de la Musique
He is really a “medium” that hears the music interiorly, and delivers it with passion. -Michèle Fizaine

Titova. Kateryna

Kateryna Titova

"Titova conjures a lush Rachmaninov from her instrument such as we know – and love – from pianists of the Russian school. This young pianist never loses her feeling for a grand sound, which is one of her distinguishing features, and she also has a truly remarkable chordal technique. Rachmaninov's delicate solo pieces Prélude op. 23 (No. 4 & 5) and Élegie op. 3/1 turn into gleaming gems in her hands."
-Piano News, 2/2008