Nadja Lesaulnier

Eesti keeles A well known young musician, Nadja Lesaulnier is appreciated for her solo interpretations as well as for her sense of chamber music and her creative continuo playing. Nadja Lesaulnier was awarded several international distinctions: first prize at the Schmelzer International Competition in Melk (G. Leonhardt – president of the jury); second prize at… Continue reading Nadja Lesaulnier

Michael Borgstede

German harpsichordist, fortepianist and organist Michael Borgstede has been described as one of the most exciting virtuosos of his generation on historical keyboard instruments. He studied harpsichord with Jacques Ogg at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague. As a soloist and member of the chamber music ensemble Musica ad Rhenum, he has toured most of Europe, the United States, Asia, South… Continue reading Michael Borgstede

Marco Mencoboni

Eesti keeles Marco Mencoboni – harpsichordist and organist, was born in 1961 in Macerata. He studied with Umberto Pineschi, Ton Koopman, Jesper Christensen and Gustav Leonhardt with whom he graduated at the Sweelinck Conservatorium in Amsterdam in 1990. He has dedicated many years to the rediscovery and performance of ancient musical repertoire of Baroque and… Continue reading Marco Mencoboni

Alina Rotaru & Darius Stabinskas

Eesti keeles Alina Rotaru studied piano and choral conducting at the music conservatory in her hometown Bucharest. After moving to Germany in 1999, she studied harpsichord with Siegbert Rampe and Wolfgang Kostujak in Duisburg, Carsten Lohff and Detlef Bratschke in Bremen and Bob van Asperen in Amsterdam. As a soloist she performed so far in… Continue reading Alina Rotaru & Darius Stabinskas

Anna Dmitrieva

Anna Dmitrieva was born in Leningrad in 1987. She graduated St.Petersburg Conservatory and since 2015 has been studying chamber music and baroque violin in Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln under Prof. A.Spiri, H.Schoneweg, K.Junghänel and R.Gwilt. Anna is a winner at chamber music competitions («Charles Hennen» Chamber music competition in 2011, Moscow International Competition… Continue reading Anna Dmitrieva

Evgeny Sviridov

Evgeny Sviridov is a violinist who combines successfully both modern and historical informed performances. His versatile activities as soloist, concertmaster and chamber musician demand an enormous repertoire that includes pieces of any genre and style from early baroque till ultra modern.  Born in 1989 in St-Petersburg, Evgeny got his first education at the Conservatory there.… Continue reading Evgeny Sviridov

Imbi Tarum

  Imbi Tarum graduated as a pianist from Tallinn Music Academy and further pursued harpsichord studies attending master classes with Ton Koopman, Vaughan Schlepp, Richard Egarr, Jacques Ogg, Bob van Asperen, Menno van Delft and Therese de Goede. She is highly valued as a soloist and an ensemble partner and is the artistic director of… Continue reading Imbi Tarum