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“eMuse” Online Music Competition: Jury
Emanuel Aronovitch (Israel)

Violinist, soloist of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, violin professor at the Israeli Conservatory in Tel Aviv. He has performed as an orchestra member of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra as well as a chamber musician in many countries around the world.

Sergey Chebikin (Australia)

Clarinetist, chamber music performer, professor, and a guest soloist with many symphony orchestras around the world. He currently resides in Sydney, devoting his time to his private and conservatory clarinet studios.

Aleko Christidis (Greece)

Percussionist, soloist of the State Symphony Orchestra of Greece, professor of the National Conservatory of Athens. He has collaborated with the Youth Philharmonic Orchestra of Kiev and with the Opera and Ballet Chamber Orchestra of Kiev.

Lydia Frumkin (USA)

Pianist, long time Professor of piano at the Oberlin Conservatory, Lydia Frumkin has appeared in concerts as a soloist with orchestra, recitalist and chamber music performer in the USA, Europe, Canada, Russia, including apppearances in New York, Washington, D.C., Cleveland, Chicago and Pittsburgh.

Igor Gavrish (Russia)

Cellist, professor at the Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatory, winner of international competitions, People's Artist of Russia. Many of his students have become prizewinners of international competitions.

Jed Gaylin (USA)

Counductor and pianist. Music director of the Hopkins Symphony Orchestra and Music Director of the Bay-Atlantic symphony Orchestra

Petras Genusas (Lithuania)

Pianist, professor of the Vilnius Conservatory, one of the most famous Lithuanian artists. He regularly gives solo recitals and performs with Lithuanian symphony orchestras, as well as with various chamber ensembles.

Albert Gofman (Russia)

Flutist, one of the leading Russian artists, professor of flute at the "Gnesin" Academy of Music, People's Artist of Russia. Many of his students have become prizewinners of international competitions.

Konstantinos Grigoriou (Greece)

Composer, guitarist, artistic director of the National Conservatory in Santorini. He is an author of compositions for various instruments, specializing in music for wind instruments, guitar, and orchestral works. His works have been premiered in various parts of Greece, Russia and Europe.

Konstantinos Grigoreas (Greece)

Guitarist, professor at the “Pithagorion” Conservatory in Athens, an eminent member of the Greek guitar fraternity. He studied Guitar and Theory at the Royal Northern College of Music under Gordon Crosskey and John Williams. He has repeatedly given recitals and recorded for radio and television in most European countries, America, Africa and the Far East.

Alexey Gulianitski (Russia)

Violinist, member of the Svetlanov State Symphony Orchestra, a graduate of the Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatory. He is an Honored Artist of Ukraine, winner of international competitions and Laureate of the State Prize of the Republic of Crimea

Galina Aronovitch (Israel)

Cellist, professor of cello at the conservatory of music in Tel Aviv, principal cello in a number of orchestras. In addition to her orchestral career and teaching activities, Galina Kasian continues an active career as chamber music performer.

Ksenia Knorre (Russia)

Pianist, Honored Artist of Russia, professor at the Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatory. She has performed in the United States, the Netherlands, Finland, Turkey, Poland, Japan, the former Soviet Union, and other countries.

Tatiana Kolesova (Russia)

Pianist, prize winner of international competitions, a graduate of the Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatory, where she currently manages a chamber music studio, and of the Paris Conservatoire. She is also a performing artist giving solo recitals and appearing with symphony orchestras in Russia and abroad.

Natasha Korsakova (Switzerland)

Violinist, one of most popular violinists of her generation, award-winning recording artist, she has appeared in some of the world's most prestigious concert halls such as the Wigmore Hall in London, the Auditorium di Milano, the Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Rome, the Martinu Hall in Prague, Tokyo's Santory Hall, the Grand Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, the Konzerthaus Berlin, the Concertgebouw of Amsterdam, the Alte Oper in Frankfurt.

Sergey Korsakov (Russia)

Pianist, professor of piano at the Central Music School of the Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatory, he performs as a soloist in Russia and abroad. He is a gradute of the Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatory and a prize winner of international music competitions.

Elena Kuznetsova (Russia)

Pianist, Honored Artist of Russia, professor at the Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatory, member of the European Association of Piano teachers (EPTA), editor of the “Piano” magazine. She has appeared in concerts in many cities of Russia and abroad

Antonis Lagos (Greece)

French horn player, principal horn of the Greek National Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestra of Colors, and the Camerata Orchestra of Athens; member of the “Melos Brass” quintet, professor at the Ionian Music University and Nakas Conservatory in Athens, a graduate of the State Music Academy of Trossigen.

Alexis Miroshnikov (Greece/Russia)

Pianist, a graduate of the Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatory, professor of piano at the Athens Conservatory of Music, PhD in Art History, author of several works on the history and technique of piano playing.

Christophor Miroshnikov (Greece/Russia)

Cellist, a graduate of the Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatory, prize winner of international competitions, he has given recitals and performed with symphony and chamber orchestras in Wigmore Hall in London, Symphony Hall in Birmingham, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Konzerthaus in Vienna, Mozarteum in Salzburg, Palais des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles, Cite de la Musique de Paris, Megaron Athens Concert Hall, Cologne Philharmonie as well as Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall.

Natalia Miroshnikova (Greece/Russia)

Pianist, performing and recording artist, Artistic Director of the International Association of Art "The Muse", she has collaborated with musicians from around the world such as Ghena Dimitrova, Francis Orval, Elena Kelissidi, Christopher Stamboglis, Sergey Kravchenko among others.

Poly Nikolopoulou (Greece)

Graduated from National Conservatory in Athens as a Pianist and Soprano, soloist in the classical music group "A Companhia Artistica", teacher of piano and voice.

Manriko Padovani (Switzerland)

Violinist, award-winning recording artist, he performed all over Europe, in America and in Asia in concert halls like the Wiener Musikverein, Alte Oper Frankfurt, Ohji Hall in Tokyo, “Kulture Kongresszentrum” Lucerne, Philharmonie of Cologne, appearing with such orchestras as the Stuttgarter Philharmoniker, Prague Philharmonic Orchestra, Russian Philharmonic Orchestra Moscow, Sinfonia Varsovia, Südwestdeutsche Philarmonie, Akademische Staatskapelle St. Petersburg, among others.

Alexander (Sacha) Chmykov (France)

Accordionist and composer, internationally known for his virtuoso skills, a graduate of the Gnesin Russian Academy of Music and the Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatory. He currently lives and works at the concervatory of music in Monaco. Member of the French Society of Authors, Composers and Music publishers.

Konstantin Belyakov (Uzbekistan)

Violinist, one of the leading professors in Uzbekistan, he has received a number of goverment awards for his pedagogical work. His students have become prize winners of national and international competitions. He often serves on the jury of music competitions. A gradute of the State Conservatoire of Uzbekistan in Tashkent.

Raymonda Sheinfeld (Israel)

Pianist, professor at the Conservatory S. Robin in Tel Aviv, she has been awarded the Badge of Honour for outstanding contribution to the musical performing arts in Israel and nominated for the State Prize of Israel.

Prodromos Tsoroukoglou (Greece)

Violist, professor, soloist of the State Symphony Orchestra of Greece author of several methodological works of the Art of playing viola.

Larisa Tupitsyna (Singapore)

Flutist, pianist, a graduate of Yekaterinburg and Novosibirsk conservatories, she has performed in such prestigious concert halls as Carnegie Hall of New York, Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff Halls of Moscow, Muramatsu Hall in Japan. Many of her students have won awards in international competitions in the United States, Britain, Germany, Greece, Finland, Italy, Japan, Hong Kong, Australia, and Russia.

Tatiana Vetrinskaya (USA)

Pianist, a graduate of the Gnesin Academy of Music in Moscow, director of a music college in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the first recipient of a fellowship from the John Donald Robb Musical Trust, winner of the Gadzhibekov International Competition, she has given numerous recitals in concert halls in Russia and abroad.