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Director of the Online Music Division
A Swiss-Armenian violinist, is the Director of the Online Music Division of Sargsyan Performing Arts School. He grew up in a musical family and began taking violin lessons at the age of seven. He enrolled in the Gnessin Music School in Moscow in 1993 and studied there until 1998 and returned to Armenia the same year to examine the Tchaikovsky School in Yerevan, then from 2000 to 2003 at the Yerevan Conservatory.
Sergey Ostrovsky has been hailed by Isaac Stern as "...one of the most excellent Israeli violinists". Sergey was born in Russia in 1975 to a musical family, and has built an active and successful career as the Aviv Quartet's First Violinist, as a soloist and as First Concertmaster of Orchestre de la Suisse Romande de Genève, Orchestre Comunidad,Valenciana of Palau Des le Arts in Valencia, Spain, and Violin Professor of HEM de Geneve Neuchatel branch).
Vladyslava Luchenko had a profound love for music at a young age and knew she wanted to make it her life's work from the start. Her parents tenderly supported her spontaneously expressed wish: at the age of five, she had her first piano and violin lessons at the local music school. Her newly acquired flawless pitch, as well as a rare instinctive musical sensibility, were developed quickly and meticulously. Vladyslava was enrolled to the Lysenko Music School for Highly Gifted Children in Kiev at the age of seven, where she studied until 2006.
VIKTORIYA VASSILENKO (born 1992) is a Bulgarian pianist with a lengthy professional resume. Her decision to pursue a career as a pianist was motivated by her family of professional musicians. She graduated from Sofia National School of Music in 2011 after studying under Antonina Boneva and Stella Dimitrova-Maistorova. Later, she studied with Dmitry Bashkirov at the Reina Sofia High School of Music in Madrid (2011-15), as well as at the New Bulgarian University in Sofia and the Academy of Lago di Como in Italy. Beginning in 2016, she enrolled at the Queen Elizabeth College of Music in Brussels.
In the realm of classical music, cellist Mikayel Hakhnazaryan is well-known for his versatility, especially as a member of the Kuss Quartet, with whom he toured the globe and performed at places such as the Philharmonie Berlin for fifteen years. Carnegie Hall in New York, Wigmore Hall in London, the Musikverein in Vienna, and the Salzburg and Lucerne festivals. Regular chamber music collaborators include Miklós Perényi, Mischa Maisky, Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Maurice Steger, Paul Meyer, Sarah Maria Sun, and Avi Avital.
Ana Ioana Oltean was born in Romania in 1977. She studied at the Music College in Cluj-Napoca with Vasile Gocan and the Music Academy with Gavril Costea. She studied with Pierre-Yves Artaud, Felix Renggli, and Heidi Peter-Indermühle, her teacher at the Berne Academy of Arts since 1999. Ana received the Eduard-Tschumi-Prize for the best diploma in 2002 for her soloist diploma with excellence and completed her Master of Music in Music Mediation in Trossingen (Germany) in 2013, and her published master work "The Role of the Body in Interaction with the Musical Instrument" serves as the foundation for her instructional efforts.