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Pianist Alice Sara Ott is highly acclaimed as one of the leading pianists of next generation. Each year since she was 7 years old in 1995, she has awarded the first prize in German and International Competitions.
One of her last recognized success was the 1. prize at the Silvio Bengalli competition in Italy, where she won,
being in the international competition
at the age of 15 the youngest pianist
between competitors up to the age of 37,
1. Prize with highest score in
the whole history of the piano
competition, public prize and
additional awards.
The young pianist embarked on
her musical career at the early age of
four when she first began to appear
on stage in Germany before emerging in other parts of Europe and Japan. Major performances include festivals like Kissinger Sommer, Audi Festival Ingolstadt, Brunswick Classix Festival, a recital given on Richard Wagner's original grand piano at Wahnfried House in Bayreuth, concerts given in Hamamatsu, Japan, and in conjunction with the Salzburg Festival in the Great Hall of Salzburg's world-famous Mozarteum.
Alice Sara Ott was awarded 2010 ECHO KLASSIK 'Nachwuchs-Kuenstler des Jahres(Young Artist of this Year)' with Frederic Chopin: Samtliche Walzer - Deutsche Grammophon/Universal Music.





Claire Huangci performed on Concerto Winderstein Munchen’s acclaimed ‘Klassik Vor Acht’ Series at the Herkulessaal, in Ludwigshafen’s Matinee, at the Morocco Festival both solo and concerto appearances with the National Orchestre du Morocco, at the Goslar Festival of Germany, twice at the Salle Cortot of Paris, Yamaha Paris and in other European venues. She also made a radio recording for the Bayerische Rundfunk Station of Germany. In March, Claire returned to China where she replaced pianist Yundi Li in performances with the China Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of noted pianist/conductor Shi Shucheng, performing Grieg’s Piano Concerto, which were broadcast nationwide on CCTV. She was also invited to perform with the Sudwestdeusche Philharmonie Orchestre in Konstanz Germany and Schaffhausen, Switzerland the Prokofiev Piano Concerto no. 2 in April of 2007. In May 2007, Claire participated in the Queen Elisabeth Piano Competition where she was the youngest contestant present. American performances include debuts with the New York Sinfonietta Orchestra, Helena Symphony, and Springfield Symphony and recitals at the Yamaha Artists Salon, choenberg Hall, and Kaufmann Center on NYC’s 92nd street Y, among many others. Upcoming performances include extensive tours throughout different cities in Japan, China, and Israel, recitals in Hanover, Salzburg, Frankfurt, and Baden-Baden Germany, and concerts in Warsaw, Poland, Bruges, Belgium, and Paris, France. In November of 2007, Claire will be one of the performers for the China Olympic Ceremony 2008 alongside superstars as Lang Lang, Yundi Li and others.






Vitaly Pisarenko, 1st Prize Winner of the 8th International Franz Liszt Piano Compeition in 2008, began to appear on the stage at the age of six and first became the prizewinner at the International Competition for young pianists at the age of nine.
Since 2003 Vitaly Pisarenko won the 1st Prizes at the International Piano Competition(Togliati, Russia)-2003 and at the Interfest - Bitola Piano Competition(Macedonia)-2005, and the 2nd Prize at Filippo Trevisan International Piano Competition for Piano Interpretation(Ravenna, Italy)-2006.
He also won 1st Prize and Prize of the Jury of Critics at the International Piano Competition "Citta di Trani"(Italy), 2006. At the International Franz Liszt Piano Competition in Weimar(Germany), 2006, he won the 3rd Prize and was awarded the Audience Prize and Special Prize of Fazil Say. In September 2006 he became a prizewinner of Summer Academy of the University Mozareum(Salzburg, Austira) and played at Grosser Hall of Mozarteum in a Prizewinner's concert.
Pisarenko has been a guest at the Basilica Festival of Flanders, the Piano Pic Festival in France, the Delft Chamber Music Festival, the Grachtenfestival in Amsterdam and the Busoni Festival in Bolzano, amongst other events.
He has given numerous recitals and performed as soloist with orchestras in Ukraine, Russia, Italy, Macedonia, Austria and Germany.






Fernando Altamura is a next generation pianist of Italy. Altamura has won prizes at numerous international competitions, including the 2nd prizes at the 2008 Panama International Piano Competition and the 2006 Bitola International Pianofest Competition in Macedonia, the Debussy Prize at the 2010 Orleans International Piano Competition in France, and the 1st Prize at the 2005 Brahms Competition in Barcellona, Italy. In addition, he has also won 23 national piano competitions, and 18 national chamber music competitions in Italy. Altamura is the recipient of the 2004 Salzburg International Summer Academy Prize and the 2010 E. Parisot Prize awarded to outstanding pianists at the Yale School of Music.
He had recitals in several festivals such as Gargano Inernational Festival, Florence International Music Festival, International Piano Festivals like Tropea, Bruxellers and Spoleto and Euro Music Festival Leipzig.
H e was also observed by performing with several orchastras Mozart "Rondo for Concert K.382", Ravel "Piano Concerto G Major", Bach "Conerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra C Major", Poulenc "Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra", John Adams "Gran Pianola Music".
Since 2003, he has been showing another different musical aspect of his own through various recording.
Altamura received his Bachelor of Music from the Bari Conservatory at age 19, later obtained his Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from the Hogeschool voor Musiek (Codarts), Rotterdam. He is currently a candidate for the Master of Music at the Yale School of Music.



Pianist Da Sol Kim has won prizes at numerous competitions, including First Prize in the Nagoya International Competition in Japan (2005), Second Prize at the Isang Yun Competition in Gyeongnam, Korea (2006), First Prize in the International Chopin Competition in Asia (2006), Third Prize at the Robert Schumann International Competition and at the Geneva International Music Competition (both in 2008) and a prize at 2010 Queen Elisabeth Competition.
Da Sol Kim had recitals at his hometown city, Busan, South Korea and also has various concerts actively in Germany. He performed with German Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra and in the Junge Meisterpianisten Seies in Bayreuth. Da Sol Kim has been performing at Euro Music Festival Concerts including Opening Concert, Young Artist Concert, The Distinguished Participants Concert and Chamber Music Concert, since 2006.
He studied with Professor Gerald Fauth at the University of Music and Theater Leipzig, Germany. Now He is studying with Prof. Karl-Heinz Kaemmerling.
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