We will soon be releasing the joined recording of Erik Valdman’s energy work (Bio-Vibes) during a world class classical concert. This Unique music and energy production was elevating both for the performers, considered by many, to likely be some of the best young stars in the world today and the sold out audience.
LUKA OKROSTVORIDZE, piano (born in Tblisi, Georgia in 1991), studied with Professor Dorensky (teacher of Denis Matsuev and Nikolay Lugansky) at the Moscow Conservatory. An accomplished pianist and composer, Luka has won international competitions and festivals, including the Colmar in France. He made his debut through The International Vladimir Spivakov Charity Foundation with Young Stars in 2006, he made his North American solo recital debut here in 2007, winning fans with his charm, and passionate and mature playing. “His intensity is palpable,” observed the National Post.
YURI REVICH, violin (born in Moscow in 1991), has performed with the Russian National conducted by Mikhail Pletnev, the Moscow Soloists under Yuri Bashmet, and other leading orchestras. Yuri has won such international competitions as Virtuosi of the XXI Century and the David Oistrakh in Russia, and the Oldenburg Promenade and International Kloster-Schontal Violin Competition in Germany. In 2008, French master Alan Karbonar presented Yuri with a violin made especially for him. Germany’s Weinheimer Nachrichten (Weinheim News) described how Revich “left the public open-mouthed with the drama, passion and directness of his performance.”
NAREK ARUTYUNYAN, clarinet (born in Gumri, Armenia, 1992) is a regular soloist with the great Russian orchestras, under the likes of Constantine Orbelian, Vladimir Spivakov, and Yuri Bashmet. Narek has also given solo recitals in France, Italy and Switzerland. A winner of many international competitions, Narek is equally gifted in classical and jazz. At his 2008 Toronto debut through the The Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation in Young Stars, Alexa Petrenko of Classical 96.3 FM exclaimed that “this performance stopped time”.
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