Behzod Abduraimov is one of the most sought-after young pianists in the world.
He has performed with such groups as the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the NHK Symphony Orchestra, the Gewandhaus Leipzig Orchestra, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, the BBC Symphony Orchestra; collaborated with conductors Vladimir Ashkenazi, Valery Gergiev, Manfred Honeck, Vasily Petrenko, James Gaffigan, Yakub Grusha, Osmo Vyanskia and Vladimir Yurovsky. In 2016, he played at Carnegie Hall, in the Stern Hall.
Mark Bushkov is a rising star of classical music from a famous musical dynasty. In 2019, he received the II prize at the International Competition named after P.I. Tchaikovsky. Laureate of the International Violin Competition. Henry Koch in Liege, Competition. Queen Elizabeth in Brussels and the International Music Competition in Montreal. Received the Music Award of the Dortmund Cultural Foundation.
Collaborated with conductors Andrei Boreyko, Christoph Eschenbach, Howard Griffiths and Stanislav Kochanovsky; He performed with the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Belgian National Orchestra, the Italian Radio and Television National Symphony Orchestra, the Concertgebouw Royal Orchestra and the Moscow Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra.
He participated in festivals in Verbier and Davos, the festival "Heidelberg Spring" and gave concerts at the Theater de la Ville in Paris and the Elbe Philharmonic in Hamburg. In 2016, he made his debut in London's Wigmore Hall and received the London Music Masters Award.
In 2017, Bushkova’s first album received the “Opening” prize of the magazine “Range” (Diapason découverte) and was nominated for the ICMA award.
Jonathan Roseman is one of the most promising young cellists. He won the 2nd prize at the National Competition of cellists in Amsterdam and the 6th prize at the International Competition. P.I. Tchaikovsky in Moscow.
He collaborated with the Mariinsky Theatre Symphony Orchestra, the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, the Tapiola Sinfonietta Orchestra and the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, performed with conductors Valery Gergiev, Sakari Oramo, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Osmo Vyanskya, Dmitriy Nikomekloe Sloboden and Dmitry Pomekko Slobod.
He participated in the Stars of the White Nights festivals, the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, the festivals in Tammisaari, Mikkeli, Turku and Joroynen (Finland). In the 2017/18 season, he made his debut at the New York Lincoln Center.
He plays the cello by David Tekkler (1707), provided by the Finnish Cultural Foundation and uses the bow of Dominik Pekkate (1835).