Stephan Frucht

Stephan Frucht began taking violin lessons at the age of five. When he was eight, he had already debuted with a violin concerto by Vivaldi. Frucht first began studying violin at the Musikhochschule in Hanover with Jens Ellermann as his teacher. Later, he studied at the Universität der Künste Berlin in Thomas Brandis’ master class. […]

Rodrigo Samano Albarran

Rodrigo Sámano made his conducting debut in 2018 at the Golden Hall of the Musikverein in Vienna, during a gala concert with renowned tenor Ramón Vargas. Since then he has rapidly developed emerging as a promising young conductor and receiving several invitations to conduct both in Austria and abroad. He has conducted orchestras like the […]

Daniel Geiss

Daniel Geiss is considered one of the most versatile musicians of his generation: born in Essen, he first studied conducting at Indiana University Bloomington (USA) with David Effron, violoncello with Janos Starker and chamber music with Menahem Pressler. Further studies followed at the Hochschule für Musik Köln with Michael Luig, the Alban Berg Quartet and […]

Cem Mansur

Cem Mansur’s approach to the conductor’s role in society is highly relevant in the post-pandemic world where aspects of live music will need to be redefined as a socially more inclusive element, specially as a tool for cultural integration. Born in Istanbul, Cem Mansur studied music in London, at the City University and the Guildhall […]

Luis Gorelik

Born in La Plata (Argentina) in 1963, in 1985 was appointed Music Director of Mendoza Philharmonic, at the age of 22. In 1991 he became Associate Conductor of Haifa Symphony Orchestra (Israel) and one year later was invited to appear as guest conductor with Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. He was Chief Conductor at Ashdod Chamber Orchestra […]