Vincent David is one of the most recognized saxophonist-composer in the world. Composer and conductor, he has composed for his instrument, solo pieces such as « Sillage » for soprano sax, « Pulse » and « Éclats d'échos » for alto saxophone, « Mirages » for soprano saxophone and piano », « Nuée Ardente » for alto sax and piano commissioned by the International Adolphe Sax competition in Dinant, « l'éveil de la toupie » and concertos « Reflets » for alto sax and orchestra, « Arches » for soprano sax and orchestre, « Rhizome » for alto sax and strings. He has also wrote Jazz duets and quartets. Vincent David made numerous master classes throughout the world. He is a recognized teacher and attaches importance to the transmission of his experience and his passion for music. Generous musician he is very attached to the opening and promotes artistic curiosity in his class. Since Septembre 2019 he is teaching at the Conservaroire Royal of Bruxelles.
Czech Republic
Milan Rericha is an internationally acclaimed clarinet virtuoso and pedagogue. After his remarkable solo performances with Südwestphalen Philharmonie under the baton of Charles Olivier Munroe in Seigen, Germany, critics compared him with the legendary Benny Goodman. He enthused the audience in Brazil while being the first Czech soloist to perform with the famous Symphony Orchestra OSPA conducted by Ira Levin in Porto Alegre.
His repertoire includes all major solo and chamber music works reaching more than 200 pieces. J. Valta, M. Budjinsky, J. Vejvoda and others have dedicated their compositions to him.
Since 2004 he is exlusive artist by Swiss label EMR – MARCOPHON. Collection Milan Rericha includes 13 solo CDs and more than 100 works for clarinet with orchestra or piano.
David Brutti studied saxophone with Jean Marie Londeix and Marie Bernadette Charrier at "Conservatoire de Bordeaux" where he got the "Medaille d'Or" and Chamber Music with Pier-Narciso Masi at "Accademia Pianistica Internazionale – Imola" were he got his "Master Diploma". He collaborates with many contemporary music ensembles. David Brutti regularly appears in the greatest concert halls and festivals of the world. He has given masterclasses at the Royal College of Music – London, Konservatorium Wien, Conservatorio Superior de las Islas Baleares – Palma de Mallorca, Conservatorio Statale di Musica – Latina, Conservatorio "Licino Refice" – Frosinone and Conservatorio "Gesualdo da Venosa" – Potenza. He has recorded for Radio France, Radio 3, Rai Trade, Cam Jazz, Artesuono, Materiali Sonori, Warner Chappell, Parco della Musica Records, Label Bleu, and since 2010 he is a Brilliant Classics artist; in 2012 has been released a triple CD: "Charles Koechlin – Complete Works for Saxophone". Upcoming for 2014 a new box set: "Entartete Musik for saxophone and piano" including works by Erwin Schulhoff, Paul Dessau, Viktor Ullmann, Paul Hindemith, Hans Gal. David Brutti plays Rampone &Cazzani saxophones, Légère synthetic reeds.
With her innovative programmes and exceptional skill, Asya Fateyeva is making the saxophone a new focus in the world of music. With classical training and multiple awards under her belt, Asya Fateyeva loves to explore a wide range of styles and periods together with musicians from the areas of classical and jazz music. Asya Fateyeva performs with various orchestras such as the MDR Symphony Orchestra under Kristjan Järvi, the Wiener Symphoniker under Vladimir Fedoseyev in Vienna's Musikverein, the Royal Northern Sinfonia under Lars Vogt, the Moscow Virtuosi under Vladimir Spivakov, the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra of Moscow Radio, the Bochumer Symphoniker, the Wuhan Philharmonic Orchestra, Zurich as well as Stuttgart and Württemberg Chamber Orchestras. Further highlights include performances with orchestras from Bonn, Frankfurt/Oder, and Kassel.
Nathalie Lefèvre has been prizewinner in various competitions including the Concours International du Lyceum de Suisse. She also occupied the position of first solo clarinet in the Nieuw Belgisch Kamer Orkest. She has in addition given numerous concerts in Switzerland, Canada, Japan, China, Spain, Russia, Poland, Netherlands, Germany, USA and Belgium.
She regularly plays soloist with different orchestras such as : Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne, Beethoven Académie, Casco Phil, Orchestra of the Belgium Air Force...
She is regularly invited as first clarinet by the Belgium National Orchestra, Flemish Opera, De Philharmonie, Ictus Ensemble, Royal Flemish Philharmonic.
Nathalie Lefèvre teaches clarinet at the Conservatoire Royal de Musique de Bruxelles, at the Carré des Arts in Mons and at the school of music of Berchem Ste Agathe.
Alexey Volkov
Alexey Volkov is an Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, one of the leading teachers of the Russian saxophone school, soloist of the Bolshoi Theater Orchestra of Russia, head of the Department of orchestral wind and percussion instruments of the State Musical Pedagogical Institute named after M. M. Ippolitov-Ivanov. He is known in Russia as an unsurpassed performer in the field of modern academic music, the first performer of works by such composers as A. Eshpay, E. Podhaits, M. Bronner, E. Denisov, A. Vustin, Yu.Kasparov.
Vladimir Permyakov
Vladimir Permyakov is People's Artist of the Russian Federation, soloist of the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra, an associate professor of Gnesin Russian Academy of Music. He has conducted numerous clarinet master classes in Japan (Tokyo), Chelyabinsk, Baku, Saransk, Brazil (Sao Paulo), Switzerland (Zurich).
In the creative baggage of the musician are collaboration in chamber music projects with A. Knyazev, A. Lyubimov, solo performances with the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra in the countries of the near and far abroad (Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Japan, Mexico), with other orchestras in Russia, with the orchestra of the Tokyo Philharmonic.
Leonid Drutin
Leonid Drutin is senior lecturer of the Department of woodwind instruments of the Gnesin Russian Academy of Music, head of the Department of orchestral wind and percussion instruments of the Gnessin State Musical College, senior lecturer at the State Classical Academy named after Maimonides, winner of all-Russian and international competitions.
Actively participates in the creative shifts of the Sirius Educational Center, the Yuri Bashmet Educational Center, and also conducts master classes in various cities of Russia and the CIS countries. Permanent member of the jury of performance competitions ("Delphic Games", All-Russian and Interregional competitions and festivals).
Mikhail Oblezov
Soloist of the Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Moscow Philharmonic, Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, Professor. Mikhail Oblezov's performance style is characterized by poetry, subtlety of phrasing, and virtuosity. Solo concerts and performances as part of ensembles occupy a large place in the artist's creative life. He has numerous stock recordings on domestic and foreign radio and television. Mikhail Oblezov is a member of the International Association of Clarinetists.

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