In depth: Hélène Grimaud

She could be called a Renaissance woman for our times. Hélène Grimaud is not just a deeply passionate and committed musical artist whose pianistic accomplishments play a central role in […]

In depth: Pierre Amoyal

Pierre Amoyal is well known to music lovers. He has played with the greatest conductors and orchestras in the most prestigious concert halls of the world. This virtuoso is also […]

In depth: Daishin Kashimoto

“At my first concert with the Berliner Philharmoniker I was terribly nervous, but as soon as the music started and the musicians became a unit, my nervousness disappeared and gave […]

In depth: Paul Meyer

Paul Meyer divides his activities between playing, chamber music, conducting and teaching. His career has taken him to Suntory Hall, Hollywood Bowl, as well as the Concertgebouw, Théâtre des Champs […]

In depth: Quatuor Gémeaux

Arisa Fujita, violon Viktor Stenhjem, violon Sylvia Zucker, alto Matthijs Broersma, violoncelle Emmanuel Hagmann, contrebasse Florian Favre, piano Noé Tavelli, batterie   Arrangements Philippe Helfer Le Quatuor Gémeaux, formé en […]

In depth: Charles Dutoit

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Charles Édouard Dutoit, (French pronunciation: ​[ʃaʁl e.dwaːʁ dy.twa]) OC GOQ (born 7 October 1936) is a Swiss conductor, particularly noted for his interpretations of French […]

In depth: Stephan Koncz

Stephan Koncz comes from an Austro-Hungarian family of musicians and when he was eight began his studies at the Musikhochschule of his native Vienna. In 2000 he became a pupil […]

In depth: Khatia Buniatishvili

As Pablo Casals once did before, Khatia Buniatishvili places the human being at the centre of her art. The fundamental values handed down from the Enlightenment are not up for […]

In depth: David Grimal

‘David Grimal has a formidable appetite for music and intellectual and artistic mastery of the repertoires selected.’ Gilles Macassar – Télérama   The violinist David Grimal, equally committed to the […]

In depth: Philippe Béran

After training as a classical musician Philippe Béran chose a highly unconventional and innovative career path. Born in Geneva in 1962, he studied both science and music simultaneously. He graduated […]