- Ludmila Daraseliya
Ludmilla Daraseliya was born in Moscow. She graduated from the piano faculty of the Gnesins' Academy of Music. As an artist L.Daraseliya dedicated herself to the chamber music. Repeatedly she participated in the international competitions as concertmaster. At present L. Daraseliya is concertmaster of the Moscow Conservatory in the classes of folk instruments and of professors M.Tchaikovskaya (cello) and V.Ivanova (violin).
- Irina Kuksova
Honored Artist of Russia (2011). Irina Kuskova was born in Moscow in 1959. She graduated magnum cum laude from the Moscow Conservatory as a pianist studying in the class of professor A.Nasedkin. She works as concertmaster at the Violin Chair of the Moscow Conservatory teaching chamber orchestra class in the Academic College of Music of the Moscow Conservatory. Repeatedly she was awarded with diplomas of various competitions as the best concertmaster. She has performed with soloists – A.Anchevskaya, G.Kazaryan, M. Yashvili, R. Simovish, J. Igonina and others.
- Alyona Kolesnikova
Alyona Kolesnikova was born in Bratsk. She graduated from the Maimonides State Classical Academy, the accompanists department. Currently she works as an accompanist at Academic music college by Moscow State P.I. Tchaikovsky Conservatory in the classes of violin professor A. Gulyanitsky and double-bass professor M. Kekshoev; at the Central music school by Moscow Conservatory in the classes of violin professor T. Polozova and clarinet professor E. Pertrov; at Moscow Conservatory in the classes of violin professor A. Tchvertok, A. Trostyansky, S. Kravchenko, V. Ivanov. Alyona Kolesnikova participated in many international competitions as an accompanist: Canetti International violin competition (2008, 2009), International Tchaikovsky competition for young musicians (2009), Moscow International David Oistrakh violin competition (2008, 2010), Moscow International Paganini violin competition (2007), Nutcracker International television contest for young musicians (2007, 2008, 2010), First Russian Musical competition (2010).
- Alexey Sergunin
Alexey Sergunin was born in 1988 in Barnaul, Altai Territory of Russia. Since the age of 5 he has been studying piano and composition. He graduated from a college of F. Chopin in Moscow as a pianist in 2008 and now is a student of Moscow Conservatory at two faculties (piano faculty - prof. K. Knorre, composition faculty - prof. A. Tchaikovsky). A particular place in his creative activities is occupied by the art of piano transcriptions. He made arrangements of such works as «Century Rolls» by John Adams and «Rite of Spring» by Igor Stravinsky. In 2011 Alexey had created a piano version of Leonid Desyatnikov's ballet «Lost Illusions». Alexey was a member and composer of group called «The SEMB» (Symbiosis of Esthetic Modernism and Baroque). He is a participant and laureate of many national and international festivals and competitions.
- Maria Orlova (Djemesyuk)
Maria Orlova (Djemesyuk)
Maria Orlova (Djemesyuk) began to study music with A.Artobolevskaya at the age of six. She graduated magnum cum laude from the Moscow Conservatory as a pianist in 2002 where she was studying in the class of professor I.Plotnikova. In 2002-2004 she mastered her skills as postgraduate of the Moscow Conservatory in the chamber orchestra class of professor A.Bonduryanskiy. Until 2009 she was the soloist of “Consonans Quintet” which was created in this class in 1998. Quintet won prizes of various chamber orchestra international competitions and participated in a large number of concerts and festivals. For many times M.Djemesyuk participated in the international competitions as concertmaster. Since 2004 she teaches classes of chamber orchestra and concertmaster mastership in the Academic Musical College of the Moscow Conservatory.
- Ludmila Usova
Ludmila Usova graduated from the Urals State Conservatory. She is laureate of interna-tional competitions in Sweden, Czech Republic, Kazakhstan and Russia. At present she works in Gnessin School of Music and tours actively as performer.