Instrumentalists & Conductors Piano Peter DonohoeFind out MoreSince his success as joint winner of the 1982 International Tchaikovsky Competition, Peter has gained international renown as one of the foremost pianists of our time, for his musicianship, stylistic versatility and commanding technique.Janina FialkowskaFind out MoreBeloved the world over for her exquisite pianism, Janina Fialkowska has enchanted audiences for over thirty years with her glorious lyrical sound and her profound sense of musical integrity.Daniel GrimwoodFind out MorePianist Daniel Grimwood is a performer of international renown, combining an exceptional talent, rare versatility and refinement, with an inquisitive personality.Noriko OgawaFind out MoreNoriko Ogawa has achieved considerable renown throughout the world. Appearing with all the major European, Japanese and US orchestras, as well as an extensive discography with BIS Records, Noriko’s highly acclaimed performances set her apart from her contemporaries.Daniel TongFind out MoreDaniel Tong was born in Cornwall and studied in London. His musical life is spent performing as soloist and chamber musician, as well as directing two chamber music festivals. He has appeared at many of the foremost British venues and festivals – Wigmore Hall, South Bank Centre, St Georges Bristol, Birmingham Town Hall, Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh as well as the Cheltenham, Aldeburgh and Edinburgh Festivals.Piano Duo Peter Donohoe & Noriko OgawaFind out MorePeter Donohoe and Noriko Ogawa, two of Britain’s finest pianists, collaborate again to reaffirm their highly regarded working relationship, performing a wide variety of repertoire for two pianos.Clarinet Michael CollinsFind out MoreAs a leading conductor and exponent of the clarinet, Michael Collins is one of the most complete musicians of his generation.Saxophone Amy DicksonFind out MoreTwice GRAMMY-nominated Amy Dickson made history by becoming the first saxophonist and the first Australian to win a Classic Brit Award, as 2013 MasterCard Breakthrough Artist of the Year.Violin Simon FischerFind out MoreSimon Fischer is recognised as one of the pre-eminent musicians of our time, enjoying a distinguished and wide-ranging career as a performer, educator and recording artist.Tai MurrayFind out MoreDescribed as "superb" by The New York Times, the former BBC New Generation Artist is an inspiring talent, appreciated for her elegance and effortless ability, mature phrasing and subtle sweetness. Conductor James BurtonFind out MoreJames Burton is conductor of the Tanglewood Festival Chorus and choral director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.Stephen CleoburyFind out MoreStephen Cleobury has directed the choir of King’s College Cambridge for 35 years, and with the choir has worked with many leading orchestras and soloists. He complements his work in Cambridge with many other musical activities including orchestral and choral conducting, giving organ recitals and making frequent workshop and judging appearances as a choral expert.Michael CollinsFind out MoreAs a leading conductor and exponent of the clarinet, Michael Collins is one of the most complete musicians of his generation.Justin DoyleFind out MoreJustin Doyle is Chief Conductor and artistic director of the RIAS Chamber Choir, Berlin.Ernst KovacicFind out MoreViennese violinist and conductor Ernst Kovacic is equally at home in repertoire from Mozart to Gruber. An indefatigable champion of new music, he is first choice for many composers and orchestras to premiere new works.Jason LaiFind out MoreJason Lai is a leading light in a new generation of Asian conductors, and has recently been appointed Associate Conductor for both the Hong Kong Sinfonietta and the Singapore Symphony Orchestra. He is also the Principal Conductor of the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory Orchestra and frequently appears with orchestras all over the world as a guest conductor.Nicolae MoldoveanuFind out MoreInternationally-renowned conductor Nicolae Moldoveanu is known for his versatility, having conducted extensive opera and orchestral repertoire with many of the world's most prestigious orchestras and opera companies.Graham RossFind out MoreGraham Ross is Director of Music of Clare College, Cambridge, and Principal Conductor/co-founder of The Dmitri Ensemble. A composer and conductor of a broad repertoire, he has had works performed throughout Europe and beyond.