Jasmina Kulaglich

  www.jasminakulaglich.com “What strength! Inner character and power, together in a single breath” – Radio Suisse Romande praises Serbian pianist Jasmina Kulaglich for her creativity, combining her great sensitivity and her Slavic passion. Soloist with the Orchestre Romantique Européen in Paris for two Liszt Concertos, with the UK Symphony Orchestra in London, and chamber orchestras […]

Malgorzata Skarbowska- Fender

Malgorzata Skarbowska- Fender–  Polish-French pianist, teacher and  musicologist . She studied in Poland and in France, she obtained Diplôme d’Etat of Piano  , Profesor Grade of Piano  and Doctorate of Musicology.  She works at CRD   in Argenteuil and assists the future teachers at the Conservatory of Lille.

Paolo Costanzo

  Après ses études en piano au Conservatoire S. Cecilia de Rome, où il a l’occasion entre autres de travailler avec Aldo Ciccolini, il se perfectionne avec la pianiste Mirta Herrera et il approfondit le travail sur le répertoire pour duo pianistique (quatre mains et deux pianos) avec le pianiste Bruno Canino à l’Ecole de […]

Hélène Rusquet

  Hélène Rusquet has been taught the piano by Pascal Mantin. After two years studies with Marie-Paule Siruguet in the Conservatoire Régional de Boulogne, she is admitted in the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris in Nicolas Angelich’s and Romano Palottini’s class. She also studies chamber music with Marc Coppey and forte-piano (historical instruments) […]

Louise Sibourd

Neue Züricher Zeitung „A pianist who is admirably suited to highly challenging music“ After studying music  in Paris, Prague, Vienna, Louise Sibourd was awarded the Interpretation prize of the city of Morges (Radio Suisse Romande).  She plays as a concertist with orchestra, as a chamber musician, and gives solo piano recitals in Europe, Latin America, Asia, and […]

Caroline Esposito

After studying piano in CNSM of Paris with Michel Béroff and Denis Pascal, Caroline Esposito enrolled in Bloomington (Indiana University) prestigious school of music. She studied with Gyorgy Sebok in the Artist Diploma program. She got to accompany Janos Starker’s class there and even had the immense opportunity to play with Mr Starker for concerts in Paris and Amsterdam in 1994.
Back in France, while perfecting herself with Colette Zérah, she graduates from CNSM de Paris in “accompagnement instrumental” (class of Jean Koerner). She is a prize – winner in Orléans International piano competition in 2000 (prix spedidam). She plays for many festivals and academies (Evian, Radio-France Montpellier, Académie Habanera, Moulin d’Andé, Ars Terra, Montrejeau, Gréoux-les-Bains, Music’alp, Villefavard…) and accompanies international competitions like Concours Rampal and Thibaud.
In addition to chamber music, Caroline Esposito plays regularly as orchestral pianist with Orchestre de Paris and Orchestre Symphonique de Radio-France.
She is currently accompanist and accompagnement teacher in CRR of Versailles and CNSM of Paris.