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Kristina Georgieva (violin)

Kristina Georgieva was born in 2001 in Sofia, Bulgaria. She started playing the violin and percus-sions at the age of six at the National Music School ” L. Pipkov” in Sofia. She performed as a so-loist of many orchestras from which highlights are her performance with the National Belgium Or-chestra and conductor Maxim Vengerov. She participated in the chamber music festival “ Musica Mundi” since the age of 11 and became the student of Leonid Kerbel, Co-Founder of this program. In this course and festival she had the opportunity of playing chamber music on stage with artists such as Misha Maisky, Maxim Vengerov, Ivry Gitlis, Ivan Karizna, Jerome Pernoo, Alexanda Soumm and many others. Highlights of her awards include the Award – Young Musician of the year 2016 from the Bulgarian National Radio, first prize at the competition “Rising Stars” – Berlin 2017, 1st prize in "Marie Can-tagrill International competition" in 2019 in France and 2nd prize at the Leopold Auer competition in St. Petersburg, Russia. The violinist Alexandra Soumm praised Kristina  “Her natural curiousity of all forms of Art , her wish to learn from the best musicians in the world, and incredible humility will bring her to be one of the big names of tomorrow”. Kristina finished her high school education at the Musica Mundi school in Waterloo, Belgium and is now a student in the Barenboim Academy in Berlin in the class of Michaela Martin.


Nargiz Aliyeva (piano)
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Nargiz Aliyeva was born on December 1, 2001 in Moscow (Russia). She started music lessons at the age of 7. In 2009-2019 she studied piano at the Kara Karayev Central School of Arts in Baku. In 2019-2020, she continued her studies at the Baku Music Academy. Since 2020, she is a student at the Mozarteum University Salzburg . She is a laureate of republican and international competitions, such as: II Republican Competition of Young Pianists (Baku, Azerbaijan, 2012), 5th International Piano Talents Competition (Milan, Italy, 2015),»Rising stars» (Berlin , Germany,2016) ,XVI International Competition «Islamic World» (Baku, Azerbaijan, 2017), The XVI Art Duo Music Festival (Barcelona, Spain, 2019), «World harmony» (Baku, Azerbaijan,2019), «Russian Alborada» (Barcelona, Spain, 2020), etc. She has performed concerts in such countries as Austria, Germany, Hungary, Belgium, Azerbaijan, Estonia, Italy, Spain, Kazakhstan. Since 2011, she has regularly performed as a soloist with the Azerbaijan State Chamber Orchestra and the Azerbaijan State Symphony Orchestra. Since 2016, she has been a regular participant of the international Chamber Music Festival «Musica Mundi» in Waterloo, Belgium.


Quintijn van Heek (violin)
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Quintijn van Heek, 2003, born in Vlissingen, started playing the violin when he was 6, at the local music school, where he was quickly put in the young talents class. He started having lessons from Coosje Wijzenbeek at the age of 9, and when he was 11 he continued his studies in Manchester at Chetham's School of Music, with Jan Repko. When he was 15, he moved to Waterloo, Belgium, to start studying at the Musica Mundi School, with Leonid Kerbel. Quintijn made his solo debut at the age of 13 with Het Zeeuws Orkest, playing Wieniawski's Legende, and since has played more times with orchestra and has given many more concerts. He has followed many masterclasses and summer courses where he was mentored by great musicians such as Ivry Gitlis, Alexandra Soumm, the Leipzig Quartet, and many more. Since 2021, Quintijn studies at the Conservatory of Amsterdam with Maria Milstein, Ilya Grubert, and Tim Kliphuis. Quintijn van Heek plays on a 2013 Gaybaryan violin, with a Morizot bow.

Martín Cruzat (piano)
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Martín Cruzat was born in 1994 in Santiago, Chile. He is a laureate of the IX Certamen de Piano Flora Guerra, the national piano competition of the Sociedad Federico Chopin de Chile. Martín has performed in important venues both in Chile and abroad. He has given recitals in Teatro del Lago, Frutillar; Teatro Municipal de Santiago; Coyhaique’s Cathedral in Patagonia; as well as in Sala São Paulo, Brazil; Conservatorio Nacional de Lima, Perú; and Sala Ridotto Teatro Comunale di Ferrara, Italy. He has worked in masterclasses with internationally acclaimed teachers and attended important festivals such as Verbier Festival in Switzerland, Ferrara International Piano Festival in Italy; Festival Campos do Jordão in Sala São Paulo, Brazil; Festival Música nas Montanhas in Poços de Caldas, Brazil; Chamber Music Master Courses in Teatro del Lago, Frutillar, Chile. Martín combines his studies with piano teaching, well as actively participating in various social and musical initiatives. Since 2015, he has been part of an educational project called Comparte (Share), in which he worked for three years as a teacher in an underdeveloped school in Santiago. Currently, Martín is studying his Masters in Piano - Instrumental Pedagogy in Universität Mozarteum Salzburg, Austria.

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