Artistic Director: Tobias Kassung, guitar

Tobias Kassung is one of the most prominent German guitarists of his generation. As a composer and arranger he is dedicated to expanding the borders of his instrument in classical chamber music.

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Musical Director: Alexander Prushinskiy, violin

Alexander Prushinskiy is one of the most sought after violinists of the younger generation in Germany. Since 2009 he has been leading the Dortmunder Philharmoniker as First Concertmaster.

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Prof. Stanislav Anischenko, double bass

The twice ARD-laureate Prof. Stanislav Anischenko is one of the exceptional double bass players of his generation.

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Lena Kravets, violoncello

Lena Kravets was born in 1987 into a musical family in Tashkent (Uzbekistan). At the age of six she received her first piano lessons with G. G. Ardaschirowa at the music college for gifted children "W. A. Uspenskiy". A few years later she discovered the cello and her great love for this instrument.

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Svetlana Shtraub, violin

Born into a family of musicians in 1979 in Kazakhstan, Svetlana Straub received her first violin lessons with six years.

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Risto Rajakorpi, violoncello

The Finnish cellist Risto Rajakorpi is one of the very sought-after chamber musicians. Born in 1970 in Finland, he studied at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki with Arto Noras and at the Robert-Schumann-Hochschule in Düsseldorf with Prof. Goritzki.

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Aliaksandr Senazhenski, viola

orn in 1981 in Mogiliow (Belarus), Aliaxandr Senazhenski started lessons on the violin at the age of seven as a pupil of Ludmila Osipowa and Igor Deschko.

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