Claudine Christophe

  Claudine CHRISTOPHE began her viola and recorder studies at the Metz Conservatory. Seduced by the warm and expressive sound of the viola, she continued her training at the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris Alfred Cortot where she obtained Diplôme Supérieur d’Exécution and after that at the Conservatoire Supérieur de Paris where she obtained […]

Gabriele Lissia

Born in Prato, Italy, he has been playing the guitar since he was very young. Alongside with the study of the acoustic and electric guitar, he mastered the classical one in numerous weekly and annual masterclasses with Luigi Attademo in Tuscany and Lombardy, He was later admitted to the Conservatory G.P. da Palestrina in Cagliari, […]


No two students will have the same reaction coming out of Simona Glavan’s lesson. “This is because each pianist has a different relationship with his instrument which is unique. My role is to teach my students technique, style, musical context, but most of all, help them develop and mature their own capacity of musical interpretation […]

Elise Richard

Recognized for her refined sound, energetic playing and meticulous technique, Canadian pianist Élise Richard performs regularly as a soloist, chamber musician and collaborator. For many years, she has shared her passion on stage in the United States, Canada, Italy, Austria, France, Germany and Switzerland. Having collaborated with Philippe Muller, Harold Robinson, Martin Beaver, Vladimir Landsman, […]

Conor Bell

Dr. Conor Bell enjoys a varied career as an educator, orchestral musician, and chamber musician. He currently serves as Assistant Professor of Bassoon and Music Theory at Middle Tennessee State University. Bell is a passionate chamber musician, currently performing with the Elicio Winds and the Æther reed quintet. Recent chamber performances include conferences for the […]