Caprice d’après L’Etude en Forme de Valse op. 52, No. 6 de C. Saint-Saëns
Anna Khalikova, violin
Elene Qobulashvili, piano
“Fábulas” for octave violin, flute and piano
Levchenko Sofia, violin
Felipe Villas Boas, flute
Gonzalo Garrido-Lecca, piano
Brahms Sonata No. 2
Daniela Diaz, violin
Qian Zhao, piano
International Chamber Soloists are a unique group of extraordinary young string players from all over the world. They are musicians from Russia, Bulgaria, Latvia, Korea, Taiwan, New Zealand, Australia, Venezuela, Brazil, and US. What brings them together is love and dedication to music.
It all started in the United States when prominent violinist Dmitri Berlinsky moved from Russia to New York as a winner of Young Concert Artists and other most important International Competitions such as Paganini in Genova, Montreal in Canada, Tchaikovsky in Moscow, and Queen Elizabeth in Brussels.
Since then he has been performing as a soloist with major orchestras in US, Europe, Latin America, Asia, and Australia. Throughout all those years it was his dream to find an environment to establish a chamber orchestra where his colleague-friends could find an inspiration and joy of playing together and with their support, he would be able to achieve his highest artistic vision.