THE ARTISTS

These eagerly anticipated artists have performed over 500 concerts with world renowned institutions – like Vienna’s Musikverein, New York’s Carnegie Hall, and Berlin’s Philharmonie.

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The conception was perfectly tailored to the lucid heat of the rising pianist Martin Helmchen, making an impressive Philharmonic debut… he never seemed to break a sweat, unleashing chromatic runs and laying down octaves with a style that was technically assured but also nuanced…”     – New York Times

The conception was perfectly tailored to the lucid heat of the rising pianist Martin Helmchen, making an impressive Philharmonic debut… he never seemed to break a sweat, unleashing chromatic runs and laying down octaves with a style that was technically assured but also nuanced…” 

– New York Times

MARTIN HELMCHEN

"Virtuosity is great fun for me,” says Martin, but a meaningful and subtle musical interpretation is significantly more important to the musician than impressing his audience with sheer technicality. At 19, Helmchen made his debut by winning the Clara Haskil Competition, and since has developed an unpretentious and expressive musical approach that has cemented his place among the celebrities of the piano world.

Helmchen has appeared with leading orchestras in Boston, Chicago, London, Paris, and Tokyo, and has made his own phenomenal debuts with the philharmonics of Berlin, Vienna, New York, and Amsterdam. 

 
“He is one of the most major talents of his age that I have ever heard and one of the few pianists I would go out of my way to hear.”     – John Perry, eminent pianist and pedagogue

“He is one of the most major talents of his age that I have ever heard and one of the few pianists I would go out of my way to hear.” 

– John Perry, eminent pianist and pedagogue

Alessandro Deljavan

Alessandro Deljavan’s musical successes began at the early age of nine, when he won the prestigious Concours Musical de France. With a vast musical repertory and over 30 albums to his name, Deljavan is a truly prolific pianist. His activities in just 2017 included opening the Paris Chopin Festival, touring China, recording two more albums in Montana and returning to perform the Goldberg Variations in France. 

Deljavan’s superstar musicality is captured in this critique by Theater Jones, “Everyone in the hall knew they were hearing something special… At the end, the spontaneous eruption of cheers was so different from the perfunctory ovation that any decent performance is awarded, that being a part of the thrilled crowd was a unique experience in itself.”

 
“Daniela is a born leader. Beautiful, intelligent, gracious, she exemplifies all the qualities as a soloist and a concertmaster at the highest levels of virtuosity.”     – John Axelrod, - prominent composer and conductor

“Daniela is a born leader. Beautiful, intelligent, gracious, she exemplifies all the qualities as a soloist and a concertmaster at the highest levels of virtuosity.”

– John Axelrod, - prominent composer and conductor

Daniela Cammarano

A violinist since the age of four, Cammarano has been enthralling audiences across the globe – from Argentina and Portugal to Switzerland and Sweden. She collaborates regularly with legendary artists, the likes of Massimo Quarta and Rick Perry, and is a frequent guest artist of world renowned ensembles and festivals in Italy, her home country. 

An eminent pianist, W. Nabore, describes her musical approach: “Daniela has it all: a magnificent sound, a superlative technique, and a unique and creative artistic sense. She is a very special artist.”

“Aptly traversed palette of emotions and an edge-of-seat intensity that ended the concert on an exciting note.”  – The New York Times

“Aptly traversed palette of emotions and an edge-of-seat intensity that ended the concert on an exciting note.”

– The New York Times

KOBI MALKIN

From performances in New York’s Carnegie Hall to the Vienna Konzerthaus, Israeli violinist Kobi Malkin has been making a major mark in the classical musical world. He is the winner of several prestigious accolades: the Ilona Kornhauser award, the New England Conservatory’s Concerto Competition, and the Canetti International Violin Competition, among many others. 

An exciting soloist and avid chamber musician, Malkin performs on a 1701 Pietro Guarneri violin, generously loaned to him by Yehuda Zisapel, founder and president of the RAD-Bynet Group. His performances are frequently broadcasted on radio in the US and Israel, and his musicianship is hailed as “commanding” and “convincing.”