Alena Baeva Russia

Alena Baeva

Violin Described as “a magnetic presence” and “a constantly fascinating sound technician” (New York Classical Review), Russian violinist Alena Baeva is considered one of the most exciting, versatile, and alluring soloists active on the world stage today. Baeva’s...
Claudio Bohórquez Germany

Claudio Bohórquez

Violoncello The German-born cellist of Peruvian-Uruguayan descent is one of the most sought-after musicians in his field. As a student of Boris Pergamenschikow, Claudio Bohórquez achieved success at an early age at international competitions such as the Tschaikowsky...
Eckart Runge Germany

Eckart Runge

Violoncello An intense experience with the great classical repertoire as well as his diversity in other musical genres unite to a genuine artistic profile. As a major German newspaper, Der Tagesspiegel, summarized: ,Eckart Runge embodies magical mutability beyond all...
Mariano García Spain

Mariano García

Saxophone Mariano García is a musician with a passion for music and pedagogy. He is a full-time professor at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Aragón in Zaragoza, Spain. At the University Luca School of Music and Arts in Leuven in Belgium he teaches the Master...
Alexander Gebert Germany

Alexander Gebert

Violoncello Alexander Gebert was born in 1977 in Warsaw to a family of musicians who emigrated to Finland in 1980. At the age of five he began his cello studies in Timo Hanhinen’s class at the Turku Conservatory. In 1989 he was admitted to the Sibelius Academy...
Stephan ForckGermany (Vogler Quartett)

Stephan Forck
Germany (Vogler Quartett)

Violoncello Was born in Brandenburg/Havel. He had his first music lessons at the age of four. At the age of six he began to play the cello and from 1977 he attended the specialist music school in Berlin. In 1975 and 1982 Stephan Forck won first prize in the Bach Young...