Artist Management and Concert Promotion

  • Harvestehuder Sinfonieorchester Hamburg
  • Pietro Massa
  • Maria Gabriella Mariani
  • Fabio Montomoli
  • Carles & Sofia
  • Sonderegger Duo
  • Jens Hamann
  • Massimo Alessio Taddia
  • Haydn Orchestra of Bozen and Trient
  • Nichiteanu Trio
  • Silvia Massarelli
  • Valentino Worlitzsch
  • Marco Angius
  • Orchestra of Padova and Veneto
  • AsianArt Ensemble
  • Christian Kunert
  • Joanna Kamenarska
  • Ensemble Arabesques
  • Guillermo Martínez Vega
  • Bruno Borralhinho
  • Harvestehuder Sinfonieorchester Hamburg

    SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

  • Pietro Massa

    PIANIST

  • Maria Gabriella Mariani

    COMPOSITION

  • Fabio Montomoli

    GUITARIST

  • Carles & Sofia

    PIANO DUO

  • Kairos Quartet

    CONTEMPORARY MUSIC

  • Sonderegger Duo

    Violin and Piano

  • Massimo Alessio Taddia

    CONDUCTOR

  • Haydn Orchestra of Bozen and Trient

    SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

  • Nichiteanu Trio

    STRING TRIO

  • Silvia Massarelli

    CONDUCTOR

  • Valentino Worlitzsch

    VIOLONCELLO

  • Marco Angius

    CONDUCTOR

  • Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto

    CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

  • AsianArt Ensemble

    CONTEMPORARY MUSIC FROM ASIA

  • Christian Kunert

    CONDUCTOR

  • Joanna Kamenarska

    VIOLINIST

  • Ensemble Arabesques

    WIND ENSEMBLE

  • Guillermo Martínez Vega

    COMPOSER

  • Bruno Borralhinho

    CONDUCTOR

HAYDN ORCHESTRA OF BOZEN AND TRIENT

Symphony Orchestra

The Orchestra of Padua and Veneto was founded in October 1966 and has established itself as one of the leading Italian orchestras in over 50 years of concert activity.

The OPV is the only chamber orchestra operating in Veneto and organizes around 120 concerts each year with its own playing time in Padua.

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ORCHESTRA DI PADOVA E DEL VENETO

Chamber Orchestra

The Orchestra of Padua and Venezia was founded in October 1966 and founded in over 50 years.

The OPV is the only event in the Venetian Chamber Orchestra and organizes about 120 concerts each year with its own time in Padua.

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HARVESTEHUDER SINFONIEORCHESTER HAMBURG

Symphony Orchestra

The HARVESTEHUDER SINFONIEORCHESTER HAMBURG was founded in 1966 as a chamber orchestra under the name "Harvestehuder Student Orchestra" by Christoph Prick at the Hamburg University of Music and Theater, which is located in the Hamburg district of Harvestehude. It has developed into an institution in the field of amateur orchestras with symphonic ensembles in Hamburg. The orchestra is supported by an association founded in 1993. The orchestra is a member of the Federal Association of German Lover Orchestras.

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ENSEMBLE ARABESQUES

Wind Ensemble

In 2011, the German-French cultural festival arabesques was launched in Hamburg. With over 50 events annually, it is now the largest festival of its genre in northern Germany.

The ENSEMBLE ARABESQUES, initially only active during the festival, has now developed its own dynamic and makes guest appearances at home and abroad all year round. Musicians from the three major Hamburg orchestras as well as orchestral soloists from all over Germany play in a variable line-up. The ensemble is primarily dedicated to extraordinary projects from the baroque to the modern. Above all, unknown composers and forgotten works shape the work of the ensemble. Deutschlandradio Kultur supports and honors this commitment from the start.

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ASIANART ENSEMBLE

Contemporary Music from Asia

The AsianArt Ensemble was initiated in 2007, and formed in its present structure in 2009. In 2012 it won the prize of the German record critics (“Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik”) for its first CD “asianart ensemble” (Celestial Harmonies). Since then the ensemble has attracted more and more attention. In 2017 the AsianArt Ensemble was able to host the international festival for contemporary intercultural music “TURBULENZEN” in Berlins Radialsystem V, with the generous support of “Hauptstadtkulturfonds”.

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MARCO ANGIUS

Conductor

Marco Angius is a leading conductor in regard to the modern and contemporary repertoire.

He conducted the Ensemble Intercontemporain, London Sinfonietta, Tokyo Philarmonic, Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della RAI, Orchestra del Teatro La Fenice, Orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Orchestra del Teatro Comunale di Bologna and del Teatro Regio di Torino, Teatro Lirico di Cagliari, Orchestra Sinfonica Siciliana and Orchestra del Teatro Massimo di Palermo, Orchestra Haydn di Bolzano e Trento, Orchestra Sinfonica Giuseppe Verdi di Milano, Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana, l’Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne, Orchestre Symphonique et Lyrique de Nancy, Orchestre National de Lorraine, Orchestra della Toscana, I Pomeriggi Musicali, Philharmonie Luxembourg.

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BRUNO BORRALHINHO

Conductor

The diversified artistic activity of Bruno Borralhinho includes orchestral conducting, in which he received important impulses through Christian Kluttig, Jorma Panula and Juanjo Mena. Along with regular appearences leading his Ensemble Mediterain (DE), he conducted the Orquestra Sinfónica Portuguesa (PT), the Orquestra Clássica do Sul (PT), the Orquestra Clássica do Centro (PT), the Orquestra Clássica da Madeira (PT), the Orquestra de Câmara Portuguesa (PT), the Filharmonie Bohuslava Martinu (CZ), the Orquestra Sinfônica do Paraná (BR), the Orquestra Sinfônica de Campinas (BR), the Deutsches Kammerorchester Berlin (DE), the Berliner Symphoniker (DE) and the Dresdner Philharmonie (DE), and worked along with internationally renowned soloists such as Camilla Nylund, Tara Erraught, Lothar Odinius and Javier Perianes.

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CHRISTIAN KUNERT

Conductor

In his eleven-year-long function as solo bassoonist of the Hamburger Staatsoper and during temporary engagements with several renowned orchestras he gained some inspiring experience for his career as a conductor with outstanding maestros such as Gerd Albrecht, Daniel Barenboim, Christoph Eschenbach, Bernhard Klee, Nicola Luisotti, Kurt Masur, Zubin Mehta, Kent Nagano, Kirill Petrenko, Donald Runnicles and Simone Young.

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SIVLIA MASSARELLI

Conductor

Silvia Massarelli is the first conductor to win the "Grand Prix de direction d’orchestre" at the Besançon International Competition (President of the Jury Manuel Rosenthal). She was awarded the Critics' Prize at the Prokofiev Competition in Saint Petersburg and is the only winner of the Robert Blot Competition in Paris.

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JOANNA KAMENARSKA

Violinist

Joanna Kamenarska was born in Sofia, Bulgaria. She first studied with Prof. Josif Radionov in Sofia and continued her studies in 1995 with Prof. Ruggiero Ricci and Prof. Igor Ozim at the Mozarteum in Salzburg. She has been awarded numerous prizes at international competitions since the age of ten, including the third prize of the International Mozart Competition Salzburg in January, 2002. She was also prize winner in the Queen Elizabeth International Competition and the Sibelius Competition, 2005.

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MASSIMO ALESSIO TADDIA

Conductor

Born in Bologna (Italy), Massimo Taddia graduated in Composition, Piano and Orchestra Conducting at the conservatory “G. B. Martini” of the same town. He attended orchestra conducting masterclasses graduating with maestro Donato Renzetti at Accademia Musicale Pescarese and at the Wiener Musikseminar with maestro Erwin Acèl.

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GUILLERMO MARTÍNEZ VEGA

Composer

The music of GUILLERMO MARTÍNEZ VEGA (Spain) has been performed in the United States, Russia, Cuba, Austria, the UK, Germany, Italy, France, Sweden, Switzerland, Hungary, Lithuania, Ukraine, Morocco and Spain.

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SONDEREGGER DUO

Violin and Piano

The winners of the Stuttgarter Carl-Wendling Competition for Chamber Music 2014, the brothers Eduard and Alexander Sonderegger perform together for more than 15 years as a special guest duo. The two musicians take over the professional family tradition and dedicate themselves since childhood to chamber music for violin and piano. The repertoire of the Sonderegger duo consists of works from different eras: from early classical to modern XX and XXI centuries.

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VALENTINO WORLITZSCH

Violoncello

First prize, the audience prize, the music prize of the Bonn Rotary Club and a one-year scholarship from the German Foundation for Musical Life are the impressive results of cellist Valentino Worlitzsch‘s participation in the 2016 German Music Competition in Bonn.

Born in 1989 in Hannover, he attended his first cello and piano lessons at the age of four. As a cellist and pianist, soloist and chamber musician, he was already a prize-winner of national and international competitions such as the International Grotrian Steinweg Piano Competition during his early teenage years, and was awarded the Eduard Söring Prize from the German Foundation for Musical Life for his outstanding achievements on both instruments.

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FABIO MONTOMOLI

Guitar

Fabio Montomoli is recognized by critics as one of the best interpreters of the international scene remarking his beautiful sound, power, penetration and wide variety of timbres.

He's graduates with top votes at “S.Cecilia” Academy of Music in Rome with the Music Master Carlo Carfagna. He attends the regular course “Mozarteum” in Salzburg studying Klassische Guitar with the Music Masters Eliot Fisk and Joaquin Clerch-Diaz and Barockmusik with the Music Master Nicolaus Harnoncourt.

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CARLES & SOFIA

Piano Duo

Steinway Artists Carles Lama and Sofia Cabruja are a paragon of artistic talent in the world of classical music and one of Europe’s most renowned piano duos.

They regularly perform in world capitals in recital for four hands or with orchestras including London City Chamber Orchestra, Orquestra Simfònica de Sao Paulo, Orchestre de Chambre du Namurois, Tokio Chamber Orchestra, Malaysia Philarmonic Orchestra and Hermitage State Orchestra.

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PIETRO MASSA

Pianist

Since 1999, the artist lives in Berlin. The German capital is the center of life for him and at the same time the center of his international career as a soloist.

Pietro Massa gives concerts as a soloist regularly in Germany with piano recitals in Berlin (Philharmonie and Konzerthaus) , Hamburg (Laeiszhalle), Munich (Gasteig), Dusseldorf (Tonhalle and Robert Schumann Hall), Nürnberg (Meistersingerhalle) and Stuttgart (Liederhalle).

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JENS HAMANN

Baritone

Jens Hamann is highly regarded as a rising star on the concert stage and opera house in Germany. His warm lyric baritone and supple expressiveness are reasons why Hamann is one of the busiest singers today in live performance, recital and the recording studio as well.

Writing in the American Record Guide, critic John Ehrlich, said of Hamann's Boston appearance in April 2010: "... bass soloist Jens Hamann sang with elegantly shaped phrases and a pleasing out-of- score stage presence that connected directly with the audience." Others in Europe have also noted the sensitivity to text and clear diction in Hamann's performances. It was these elements of his art that won Hamann the MIDEM Classical Award 2007 and then the highly coveted Leipzig Bach Prize in 2008.

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MARIA GABRIELLA MARIANI

Composer and Pianist

With the presentation of the 2017 Global Music Awards in Los Angeles, Maria Gabriella Mariani awakened the interest of international critics not only as a composer, but as an interpreter of her own works on the piano.

The American recognition came for the interpretation of Maurice Ravel's "Gaspard de la Nuit" and for the performance of "Fun... Tango - Triple Unfoldment of a Single Matrix". This was the final confirmation of the double artistic character of Mariani's musical nature, which had already deeply impressed Aldo Ciccolini and Martha Argerich.

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