American pianist, born in the United States in 1970, Nicholas Angelich began studying the piano at the age of five with his mother. At the age of seven, he gave his first concert with Mozart’s Concerto K 467.
“A string quartet that can easily morph into a jazz band,” wrote the New York Times after a 2009 performance by the Quatuor Ebène. The ensemble opened with Debussy and Haydn and then improvised on a film music theme – with exactly the same enthusiasm and passion.
Born in 1995 to a family of musicians, Nathalia Milstein starts the piano at the age of 4 with her father Serguei Milstein. She enters his class in the Geneva Conservatory of Music in 2009, where she obtains her diploma with distinction in 2012.
One of the most important musicians to emerge from Ireland in recent times, Finghin Collins was born in Dublin in 1977 and studied with John O’Conor at the Royal Irish Academy of Music and with Dominique Merlet at the Geneva Conservatoire.
Jonathan Morris was born in the Republic of Ireland in 1992. He started receiving piano lessons when he was eight years old and was accepted into the Junior Department of the Royal Irish Academy of Music in Dublin at the age of sixteen. Whilst in Ireland, he was taught by the prestigious Irish pianist Hugh Tinney.