an international musical project by flamenco guitar player Miguel Czachowski, is at the same time the first band which has managed to successfully combine the music of India with flamenco from Andalusia, touring all over the world since 1999.
Famous Czech duet composed of two cellists who play not only classics but also modern arrangements from popular music, rock classics and much more.
Valeriya Chernaya accompanied by two guitars and a piano. She is a performer of ancient and modern, Russian and Gypsy romances & ballads. The winner of the 1st degree of the Volga Romances international competition "Autumn Romance voice" in 2018.
Musical repertoire of the duet focuses on mature and late Romanticism, the European national schools of the 19th - 20th centuries and Russian music of the 20th century.
The Street Whispers is a band, which was created by three eager musicians and friends, who decided to unite those musical talents and design a group performing sophisticated music of a wide stylistic spectrum. They treat music as a complementary existence.
They not only perform the classical music, folk, tango, jazz, klezmer and Latin American music, but also mix different styles in order to create their own unique tones. The members of the band are the graduates of the well known Polish music schools and academies of music.
Pianist Ilya Kondratiev is the prize winner of such renowned competitions as the International F. Chopin Piano Competition (Hannover, 2011), International F. Liszt Piano Competition (Budapest, 2011), International F. Liszt Piano Competition (Weimar, 2011), the Fifth Tbilisi International Piano Competition (2013), the Birmingham International Piano Competition (2015) and the Ile-de-France International Piano Competition (Paris, 2016).
He is also the winner of the Beethoven Senior Intercollegiate Competition (2015) and the Chappell Medal Piano Competition (2016). Ilya Kondratiev is supported by the Henry Wood Trust Foundation, the Future of Russia Foundation, the Talent Unlimited Foundation and the Mark Zetland Foundation. In 2010 he won a DAAD scholarship to study in Germany in 2011. He has studied at the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatoire and at the Samara College of Music. He obtained a Master's in Performance from the Royal College of Music in London, and he is now pursuing the College's Artist Diploma, under the guidance of Vanessa Latarche.