Ewa PODLE¶ - Contralto. The most recognized Polish singer, widely regarded as the World's foremost contralto at the present time. "One of the greatest artists of our times" (Le Figaro). "Her contralto voice is one of the most distinctive sounds around today" (The New York Times).***
Katarzyna HOLYSZ – Soprano. The voice called "jugendlich-dramatischer". “She has all attributes to become an authentic opera star” (Gazeta Wyborcza).
Kaludi KALUDOW - Tenor. Bulgarian singer resident in Poland. World-recognised “voce verdiano”, sings in all major opera houses and concert halls.*
Philippe BERNOLD (France) - flutist and conductor. Winner of the Int’l Jean-Pierre Rampal Competition Paris 1987. “The kind of player who makes the hard things look easy” (Manchester Evening News). **
Markus BELLHEIM (Germany) - pianist. Winner of the Int’l Olivier Messiaen Competition Paris 2000. “Magnificient, stylistically perfect” (Le Figaro). “Unbelievably high music acquirements” (Neue Ruhr Zeitung). „Sensational” (Ruch Muzyczny).**
Jory VINIKOUR (USA/France) - harpsichordist. Winner of the International Wanda Landowska Competition in Warsaw (1993). „The undisputed winner” (Ruch Muzyczny). „He combines thoughtful scholarship and imaginative vitality” (Chicago Tribune).**
Marcin DYLLA – guitarist. Winner of 19 international music competitions. „Dylla ranks among the most gifted guitarists on the planet” (The Washington Post).**
TUTTI E SOLO Poznan Chamber Ensemble - group of four musicians performing Baroque and early classical music. The string instruments are contemporary ones, the harpsichord is a Silbermann’s (18 c.) replica. “Superb quality” (Hamburger Abendblatt). “Stylistic mastery” (The Washington Post).
LUTE DUO - Anna Kowalska and Anton Birula masterly perform interesting, often neglected repertoire, mainly from the Renaissance and Baroque periods, written for lute and similar instruments (theorba, baroque guitar...). The original ancient instruments or their contemporary copies are presented by the artists during the concerts.*
ORTHODOX CHAMBER CHOIR “Cappella Musicae Antiquae Orientalis” - ensemble of 25 singers specialised in the Orthodox Church music, first of all by the Russian masters of the 18-20th c. Leader, prof. Leon Zaborowski, as well as some Choir’s members received their musical education (incl. Peter Tchaikovsky Conservatory) in Moscow.
Partnership in music - master classes given by professor Jerzy MARCHWI—SKI, founder and longtime leader of the Chair of Piano Chamber Music at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw, pianist, author of numerous publications, books and essays on partnership in music.
Maciej SZTOR - conductor, performs large classical repertoire, pasionated by film music, incl. big forms from American films and musicals, for which he owns many orchestral materials with the editors concertrights.
We also co-operate with several other soloists and ensembles, represented by us occasionally.
** representation for Poland and selected countries.
*** representation for Poland