Стокгольм 2014

stockholmcompetition Henryk Kowalski, violin (Sweden/USA/Poland)

Henryk Kowalski is a Professor of violin, Indiana University School of Music and Adjunkterad Professor, Kungliga Musikhögskolan i Stockholm.
stockholmcompetition Bernt Lysell, violin (Sweden)

Bernt Lysell has been a violinist in the Royal court orchestra, the Bayerische Staatstheater in Munich, the concertmaster of the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra since 1977 and concertmaster of the Royal Philharmonic since 1994. He is since 2010 an employee of Music in Upland. There, he works with Uppsala Chamber Soloists as well as concertmaster of the Uppsala Chamber Orchestra. He was elected February 28, 1991 as member of the Royal Academy of Music.
stockholmcompetition Alexander Stang, violin (Russia)

Alexander Stang, violinist, Honoured Artist of Russia. Professor at the St.Petersburg State Conservatory.
stockholmcompetition Igor Tkatchouk, violin (Belgium)

Living in Belgium for more than ten years, I. Tkatchouk is currently professor of violin at IMEP (Institut Supérieur de Musique et de Pédagogie) in Namur and at the Tchaikovsky School of Music in Brussels . In 2008, he organized in Brussels the first International Competition for Young Violinists "Bravo!".
stockholmcompetition Ola Karlsson, cello (Sweden)

Ola Karlsson is a swedish concert cellist and since 1985 a principal cellist of the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra. Besides his concerts in Sweden and abroad, he is also head of the cello department at the Academy of Music in Stockholm, as well as being the director of the school string orchestra.
stockholmcompetition Marie Macleod, cello (United Kingdom)

British cellist Marie Macleod has performed throughout Europe, USA and Australia as soloist and chamber musician, appearing with orchestras such as the London Symphony Orchestra and the Ulster Orchestra. In 2013 Marie was appointed principal cellist of the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra.
stockholmcompetition Helena Martinsson, vocal (Sweden)
stockholmcompetition Joachim Gustafsson, conductor (Sweden)

In the last few years Swedish conductor Joachim Gustafsson has managed to establish himself as one of the leading Scandinavian conductors. He also works as guest professor at the Swedish National Orchestra Academy where he has been teaching and conducting regularly since 2005.
stockholmcompetition Judit Ullén, cello (Sweden)

Judit Ullén is a hungarian-swedish cellist and cello teacher, working at Musikskolan Lilla Akademien (The Junior Academy) in Stockholm.
stockholmcompetition Liane Sepp, violin (Estonia)

Violin and cello teacher Liane Sepp is head of the strings department at the Music school Kuressaare, Estonia.
stockholmcompetition Viktoria Kalschikova, violin (Russia)

Victoria Kalschikova is a well-known teacher in St. Petersburg.
stockholmcompetition Tamara Poddubnaya, piano (USA/Russia)

Tamara Poddubnaya is a concert pianist, harpsichordist and a teacher. At the moment she teaches at Long Island Conservatory of Music (Albertson NY, U.S.A.) where she is Chair of the Piano Department.
stockholmcompetition Johan Fröst, piano (Sweden)

Dr. Johan Fröst serves at the piano faculty at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm, Sweden and is represented on the record labels Ton-Art production (CDA) and Courthouse Music.
stockholmcompetition Ivan Mikhaylov, piano (Russia)

Ivan Mikhaylov, pianist and chamber musician. Ph.d., Professor of chamber music at the St. Petersburg State Conservatory.
stockholmcompetition Ann-Sofie Klingberg, piano (Sweden)

Ann-Sofie Klingberg is a pianist and chamber musician. Since 2002 she is a teacher of the specialist music course at Södra Latin high school in Stockholm.
stockholmcompetition Elena Semishina, piano (Russia)

Elena Semishina is head of the Chamber Ensemble faculty of the St. Petersburg State Conservatory.
stockholmcompetition Julia Mustonen-Dahlkvist, piano (Sweden/Finland)

Julia Mustonen-Dahlkvist is Senior Lecturer and Head of the Piano Department at Ingesund College of Music Karlstad University.
stockholmcompetition Mikhail Vorotnoy, piano (Russia)

Pianist, PhD, winner of the international competition, Honor Officer of the High Professional Education of Russia. He is currently Professor of Music at the Herzen University in St. Petersburg.
stockholmcompetition Elena Power, piano (Sweden)

Elena Power: pianist, chamber musician and piano teacher.
stockholmcompetition Natalia Kazimirovskaja, piano (Sweden)

Natalia Kazimirovskaja is a renown Swedish piano teacher with 44 years of experience.
stockholmcompetition Victoria Power, piano (Sweden)

Despite her young age, Victoria Power is one of Stockholms most sought after piano teachers.
stockholmcompetition Irina Avramkova, piano (Russia)

Irina Avramkova — Honored Culture Worker of the Russian Federation, Honored Higher Professional Education Worker of the Russian Federation, winner of multiple international competition «London piano competition», Doctor habil of Pedagogy, Director of Institute of Music, Theatre and Choreography of the Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia, Chair Music Instruments department, professor.
stockholmcompetition Natalija Tomic, piano (Serbia)

Natalija Tomic, a pianist from Kragujevac, is Associate Professor and Head of the Piano department, Faculty of Philology and Arts, University in Kragujevac, Serbia.
stockholmcompetition Svetlana Bukharina, piano (Russia)

Teacher at the Sviridov's School of Arts.
stockholmcompetition Karin Hellman-Geworkian, piano (Sweden)

Karin is a Swedish pianist with Armenian roots, chamber musician, accompanist, composer, piano teacher and a member of Swedish Piano Teachers Association. As an accompanist she is engaged in creating original concert concepts, and works currently with singers like Royal Court Singer Margareta Hallin, Royal Court Violinist Nils-Erik Sparf, Raymond Björling and others.
stockholmcompetition Marina Ruusmaa, piano (Estonia)

Teacher and methodologist of Music School №1, Tartu, Estonia
stockholmcompetition Tobias Carron, flute (Sweden)

Tobias teaches at the Royal Academy of Music in Stockholm and was during 1992-2008 solo flutist of the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra.
stockholmcompetition Claudia Müller, flute (Sweden)

She has since 1990 been working as a soloist, chambermusician and a teatcher at The Royal Academy in Stockholm.
stockholmcompetition Olga Gerasimova, flute (Russia)

Olga Gerasimova teaches the flute at the G. Sviridov School of Arts in St.Petersburg, Russia since 1981.
stockholmcompetition Mårten Larsson, oboe (Sweden)

Mårten Larsson, solooboist in the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra
stockholmcompetition Hermann Stefánsson, clarinet (Sweden)

Hermann Stefánsson (Iseland) is principal clarinettist of the Stockholm Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and the Stockholm Sinfonietta. He is also active as a clarinet teacher, in which capacity he now teaches at the Stockholm Royal University College of Music.
stockholmcompetition Johannes Thorell, saxophone (Sweden)

Johannes Thorell (1976) is one of Scandinavia´s leading saxophonists. He is currently a saxophone teacher at The Royal Academy of music in Aarhus/Aalborg and performs regularly with pianist Magnus Sköld, the Swedish Wind Ensemble and the Nordic Saxophone Quartet.
stockholmcompetition Andrew Bolshiyanov, saxophone (Russia)

Andrew Bolshiyanov is the Russian saxophone performer, teacher of St. Petersburg State Conservatory, Laureate of the international competition in Maykroykirhene (Germany) 1976, Laureate of the international competition of electron-acoustic music in Braunschweig (Germany) 2004.
stockholmcompetition Mikael Nilsson, trumpet (Sweden)

Mikael Nilsson, a member of the Swedish Royal Philharmonic Orchestra since 2006 has studied at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm. He has performed with The Stockholm County Symphonic Wind Orchestra, The Nordic Chamber Orchestra in Sundsvall and Stockholm's Folk Opera Orchestra among others.
stockholmcompetition Niklas Almgren, Trombone (Sweden)

Niklas Almgren is alternating solo trombonist at the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is Stockholm ince 1997. He was educated at the Royal College of Music 1994-96 under Sven-Erik Eriksson, at the Eastman School of Music (USA) 1990-94 under John Marcellus and before that in 1989-90 at the Interlochen Arts Academy, the United States under eter Brockman.
stockholmcompetition Erik Groenestein-Hendriks, harp (Netherlands)

Erik Groenestein-Hendriks passed his Masters exam at the Royal Conservatory in Den Haag in 2007. Since November 2013 he is appointed as principal harpist with the Göteborg Symphony Orchestra in Sweden.
stockholmcompetition John Kapenekas, percussion (USA)

John Kapenekas has been principal Timpanist with the Swedish Royal Opera since 1995. Prior to this, he was a percussionist with the New World Symphony in Miami Beach Florida.
stockholmcompetition Roger Bergström, percussion (Sweden)

Roger Bergström is a member of Kroumata (Sweden) read more... Roger Bergström studied at the Royal College of Music, Stockholm. As a student, Roger worked as orchestral percussionist with the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic and the Royal Swedish Opera Orchestra.
He joined Kroumata in 1991, bringing with him his special interest in non-western percussion.
In addition to his performing duties, Roger looks after Kroumata’s large collection of instruments.
stockholmcompetition Vladimir Belov, percussion (Russia/Finland)

Vladimir Belov studied to play percussion instruments in Saint- Petersburg, Russia. He graduated from St. Petersburg State Conservatory in 2008. Since 2009 he is Principal percussion player of the Kymi Sinfonietta orchestra (Kotka, Finland). Also Vladimir is working as a guest player in the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg.
stockholmcompetition Valeri Kolyganov, accordion (Sweden)

Accordionist Valeri Kolyganov currently teaching accordion in Stockholm, Sweden.
stockholmcompetition Georg Gulyás, guitar (Sweden)

Georg Gulyás is Senior Lecturer in Guitar at MHI. Gulyás studied at the Juilliard School of Music in New York and at École Normale de Musique de Paris.
stockholmcompetition Dmitry Voronin, guitar (Russia)

Dmitry Voronin is the Russian guitar performer, teacher of St. Petersburg College of Music named by N.A. Rimsky-Korsakov.