Our team of Professional Musician Leaders works together to build the board of adjudicator.
Chairman and Artistic Director
Kirill Troussov Website: www.troussov.com
Supported and guided by Sir Yehudi Menuhin at a young age, Kirill Troussov is now widely recognised as one of the leading violinists of his generation. The international press describes his playing : “…impressive elegance, irreproachable technique, an exceptional musical sensitivity and sonorities of immaculate beauty…” Kirill Troussov is a regular guest in prestigious concert halls and renowned international music festivals all over the world.
Collaboration with celebrated conductors such as Sir Neville Marriner, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Daniele Gatti, Lawrence Foster, Jiri Belohlàvek, Michail Jurowski, David Stern, Christoph Poppen, Vladimir Spivakov, Mikko Frank and Louis Langrée as well as with major orchestras such as the Staatskapelle Berlin, Leipzig Gewandhaus, Orchestre de Paris, Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestre National de France, Radio Orchestra of Hessischer Rundfunk, Radio Symphony Orchestra of Baden-Baden, Munich Philharmonic Orchestra and Bamberg Symphony Orchestra has brought him among others to Tonhalle Zürich, Berliner Philharmonie, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Palais des Beaux Arts Brüssel, Théâtre du Châtelet, Théâtre des Champs Elysées, De Doelen, NCPA in Beijing, Suntory Hall in Tokyo, Auditorio Nacional de Musica in Madrid, Verbier Festival, Schleswig-Holstein Festival and Menuhin Festival Gstaad.
Passion for chamber music and friendship connects Kirill Troussov with artists like Sol Gabetta, Yuja Wang, Daniel Hope, Joshua Bell, Gautier und Renaud Capucon, Yuri Bashmet, Mischa Maisky, Elisabeth Leonskaja, Julian Rachlin, Christian Zacharias und Natalia Gutman.
Substitution for Gidon Kremer in Paris, Asia Tour with the Verbier Festival Chamber Orchestra, his spectacular performance at the BBC Proms and his activity as jury member at international competitions, a.o. at the “Schoenfeld International String Competition”, are just some of numerous highlights of his past concert seasons.
His international awards include the European cultural award “Pro-Europa”, the Davidoff-Prize of the Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival, the international Yamaha Prize and the Reuters-Prize of the Verbier Festival.
Kirill Troussov regularly gives master classes at the Mozarteum Salzburg, European Music Intstitute Vienna, in Cremona, Milan, Madrid, Dublin, Berlin, Munich ,Oslo, Budapest, USA and Hong Kong.
Kirill Troussov’s recordings – among others for EMI Classics, Warner Classics, Dabringhaus und Grimm, Naxos and Farao Classics – have been repeatedly awarded by the international press. Furthermore he is to watch with Yuja Wang on her DVD with Kurt Masur. His recent CDs “Emotions” (MDG) and “Memories” (MDG) have been highly praised by the international press and the public – among others by “Süddeutsche Zeitung” and the french music magazine „Diapason“.
He completed his studies with Zakhar Bron and Christoph Poppen. His mentors have been Igor Oistrach, Herman Krebbers und Sir Yehudi Menuhin.
Kirill Troussov plays the Antonio Stradivari violin “Brodsky” of 1702, on which violinist Adolph Brodsky performed the world premiere of Tchaikovsky’s violin concerto on Dec 4, 1881.
Professor Alissa Margulis
Appreciated for her expressive and very emotional performances, Alissa Margulis regularly plays in important concert halls such as the Berlin Philharmony, the Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, the Tchaikovsky Hall Moscow, Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City, the Palais des Beaux Arts in Brussels, the Cologne Philharmony,
the Vienna Musikverein, Sumida Triphony Hall Tokyo, the Sage Gateshead, the Tonhalle Zurich and the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Hall.
Born in Germany into a family of Russian musicians, Alissa Margulis studied in Cologne with Zakhar Bron, in Brussels with Augustin Dumay and in Vienna with Pavel Vernikov. She won numerous prizes at international violin competitions and was awarded with the “Pro Europa” prize of the European Arts Foundation which was presented to her by Daniel Barenboim in
She made her first public appearance at the age of seven with the Budapest Soloists and has performed since then with numerous orchestras such as the English Chamber Orchestra, New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestre National d’Ile de France, New Russia Orchestra, Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi, Orchestra della Svizzera italiana, Bilkent Orchestra Ankara, Beethoven Orchestra Bonn, Belgian National Orchestra, the Philharmonic Orchestras of Kiev, Skopje, Ljubljana, Minsk and Novosibirsk, the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, the Royal Northern Sinfonia, the Moscow Soloists, and the Kremerata Baltica, amongst many others.
Alissa Margulis worked together with famous conductors: Ivor Bolton, Jacques Mercier, Arnold Katz, Jacek Kaspszyk, Dmitry Liss, Jaap van Zweden, Enrique Mazzola, Daniel Raiskin, Fabrice Bollon, Stefan Vladar, François-Xavier Roth, Lars Vogt, Howard Griffiths, Stanislav Kochanovsky, Hubert Soudant, Yuri Bashmet, Gidon Kremer, Christian Arming, Augustin Dumay, Mikko Franck and Gerd Albrecht to name just a few of them. Besides her solo career Alissa Margulis is an enthusiastic chamber music player and collaborates with artists such as Martha Argerich, Yuri Bashmet, David Geringas, Ivry Gitlis, Gidon Kremer, Bruno Giuranna, Mischa Maisky, Gabriela Montero, Jean-Guihen Queyras, Liana Issakadze, Alexandre Tharaud, Stephen Kovacevich, Alexander Lonquich, Polina Leschenko, Paul Badura-Skoda and Lars Vogt.
She further appeared at various Festivals: at the Enescu Festival Bucharest, Jerusalem Chamber Music Festival, the Menuhin Festival Gstaad, in Davos, Tours, Stravanger Festival, at the Mozartwoche Salzburg, “Spannungen”-Festival in Heimbach, “Progetto” Martha Argerich Festival in Lugano, Schleswig-Holstein Festival, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Sotshi Winter Arts Festival and Verbier Festival.
Her discography includes more than a dozen CDs at labels such as EMI Classics, Oehms, Novalis, Avanti Classic and CAvi. Notably two of the six EMI Classics releases of the „Martha Argerich and Friends“ series received a GRAMMY
nomination, several others won the Diapason d’or. She recorded repertoire by Mozart, Shostakovich, Enescu, Beethoven, Messiaen and others as well as the complete music for violin and piano by Franz Liszt. She recorded Piazzolla’s seasons and took part in an all Klezmer recording alongside musicians such as Myriam Fuks, Roby Lakatos, Evgeny Kissin, Polina Leschenko and Mischa Maisky.
Alissa Margulis will be featured in another live recording of chamber music performed at the Progetto Martha Argerich, a 2016 release by Warner Classics.
Last season she played concerts in Germany, Austria, Belgium, Greece, Russia, Luxembourg, Lebanon, South Africa, Aruba, Malta, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the USA, Italy, France at venues such as the Philharmonie de Paris, the Tchaikovsky Hall Moscow and the Verbier Festival, among many others.
Professor David Frühwirth
The Salzburg-born violinist David Frühwirth studied at the Mozarteum with Prof. Paul Roczek and Ruggiero Ricci, Prof. Zackar Bron in Lübeck and Pinchas Zukerman in New York. During his studies he enjoyed working with chamber music teachers such as Walter Levin, Isidore Cohen and Jaime Laredo. He is a multiple prizewinner at national and international competitions and has performed in many important music centres, including: Musikverein Wien, Wigmore Hall, Carnegie Hall N. Y. , Großes Festspielhaus Salzburg, Herkulessaal Munich and Mariinsky Concert Hall.
As a soloist, he has performed with the Mozarteum Orchestra, Yomiuri Nippon Orchestra, Mariinsky Orchestra, Dortmund Philharmonic, RSO Berlin, CNSO China, Vienna, Stuttgart Chamber Orchestras and is regularly invited to Music Festivals such as; Salzburg Festival, Edinburgh Festival, Richard Strauss Festival, Davos Festival, Spring Festival Budapest and Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival. Chamber music is an important part of his career and so he regularly plays with outstanding colleagues. Since 2006 he is also first Violinist of the “Klenze” string quartet. David Frühwirth explores music literature with great enthusiasm for forgotten works and has brought many back on stage. Numerous CD releases (Capriccio, Crystal Records, OEHMS Classics, Hungaroton, EDA and AVIE) show his artistic work. Teaching young musicians is for Univ.-Prof. David Frühwirth particularly close to his heart and so he dedicates himself with enthusiasm to his pedagogical work. For 20 years he has been giving many master classes, training workshops and lectures in Europe, South America and Asia and is also board member of the „Austrian Master Classes“. In 2021 he was appointed a professorship at the Mdw – University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. He also received the Millennium Award in London for Lecture Recitals at the Menuhin School of Music and Oxford University. David Frühwirth plays a violin by “J. B. Vuillaume” and is the exclusive partner of Thomastik-Infeld Strings Vienna.
Professor Erik Schumann
Erik Schumann, born in Cologne in 1982 as the son of German / Romanian-Japanese parents, is frequently invited to perform as a soloist with orchestras in Europe, Asia and the USA, among them are the NDR Symphonic Orchestras Hamburg / Hanover, Gewandhaus Orchestra Leipzig, Dusseldorf Symphony Orchestra, the Vienna and the Zurich Chamber Orchestras, Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich, Orchestre de Paris, Orchestre National de France, Sinfonia Varsovia, Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Kyoto Symphony Orchestra as well as the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the National Symphony Orchestra Washington.
Conductors he worked with include Christoph Eschenbach, Gianandrea Noseda, Jiri Belohlavek and Vassily Sinaisky.Erik Schumann has performed in numerous important concert halls, including the Prince Regent’s Theatre Munich, the Philharmonie in Cologne, Gewandhaus Leipzig, Konzerthaus Vienna, Tonhalle Zurich, Victoria Hall Geneva, Musikhalle Hamburg, Stadtcasino Basel, Suntory Hall Tokio, Seoul Arts Center, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Salle Pleyel Paris as well as the Louvre.Last season, Erik Schumann played as the soloist of the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra (Leos Svarovsky), the Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra on a tour throughout Brazil, and at Kennedy Center, Washington D. C., as the soloist of the National Symphony Orchestra.Upcoming highlights include his debut with the NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo, concerts with the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra and his re-invitations to the Orchestre de Paris and the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra.Since the beginning of his musical career, Erik
Schumann has won several awards: First prize at the 7th International Wieniawski-Lipinski Violin Competition in Lublin, Poland, prize winner at the Jacques Thibaud International Violin Competition (2002) and at the Shlomo-Mintz Violin Competition Sion, Switzerland (2003).
Erik Schumann received a grant from the “German National Academic Foundation” as well as from the “Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben”. In 2004 he was honoured with the Bernstein Award of the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival.He took part in such
important festivals as the Salzburg Easter Festival, Kissinger Sommer, Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, Mozart-Fest Schwetzingen, Rheingau Music Festival and the Ravinia Music Festival Chicago.
Elena Bashkirova invited him to join the International Jerusalem Chamber Music Festival in 2009.As a chamber musician Erik Schumann works with partners such as the Tokyo String Quartet, Claudio Bohorquez, Markus Groh and Henri Sigfridsson. Together with Nicolas Altstaedt and Peter von Wienhardt he forms the AbsoluTrio. At the Kronberg Academy 2004 he played with Juri Bashmet, Gidon Kremer and Daniel Hope. Alongside Lars Vogt, he supports the project “Rhapsody in School”.In May 2008 he performed a duo recital with Christoph Eschenbach at Ooji Hall, Tokyo.Also in May 2008, Erik Schumann’s debut-CD, featuring Sergei Prokofiev’s duo sonatas (Henri Sigfridsson, piano), has been published for the Avi Music label. By now it has been celebrated as an outstanding debut by the press.His musical development has been decisively influenced by Zakhar Bron, with whom Erik Schumann was studying at the Cologne Conservatory. Moreover, he has attended master classes with Pinchas Zukerman, Miriam Fried, Shlomo Mintz, Hermann Krebbers and György Pauk.
Currently he is teaching as professor at Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt.
Professor Savva Fatkulin
Savva Fatkulin was born in Sverdlovsk, Rusia en 1981. He began his violin studies at the age of 6, under the direction of his after, Sergui Fatkulin, at the Dependent Music School of the Moscow Conservatory. Later, he completed his musical training at the College of Music of Reina Sofia, at the Violin Chair of the Telefónica Foundation of the professor Zahkar Bron, Holder of the said chair, where he received the Certificate of Honor as a member of the Best Chamber Group of the School, from the hand of her Majesty the Queen Lady Sofía.
Between 2001 and 2003 he completed his training with the professor Grigori Zhislin at the Conservatory of Wurzburg (Germany) and later finished his studies with a Certificate of Honor at the Advanced Conservatory of Yekaterinburg.
Also, he has received master classes from M. Fuks, D. Zafer, P. Munteanu, O. Krysa, P. Vernikov, A. Niechiporuk, V. Repin, V. Tretiakov, J.L.G. Asencio, and D. Poppen. He has given numerous concerts in Germany, France, England, Ireland, Italy, Brazil, and Russia, a country in which he has acted as a soloist with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Nizhni Novgorod on various occasions. He
has participated as a soloist and concert master in various recordings and concerts withe the Valencian Baroque Orchestra and with the Scarlatti Quintette.
Also included is his activity as first violin of various chamber groups, among which the Arima quartet, with whom he made tours and concerts in Mexico, the Netherlands, and Luxemburg, the Alberti Trio, with whom he won the First Prize for the Arnuero Chamber Music Contest (Spain) and has given numerous concerts in Spain, France, and Italy.
He was also part of the Concordiae Trio, an emerging formation whose repertoire ranged from the most representative works of the Baroque, Classicism, and Romanticism to the music of our time, and with whom he won numerous successes in European stages, being as well awarded in numerous national and international competitions, such as the International Chamber Music Competition of Pinerolo, Italy; the International Competition “The Role of Music of Capellades”, Barcelona; The National Competition of Chamber Music of Lucena; The Competition of Chamber Music and Lied “Ciutat de Berga”; “Music Prize of the City of Manresa”, Competition of Chamber Music “Montserrat Alavedra” of Terrassa, among others. Shortly after that the Concordiae Trio was been selected for the Britten-Pears Young Artists Programme, in Aldeburgh (England).
Parallel to his artistic activity, he has been developing since 18years old his teaching career in various private Spanish schools, combining the basis of Russian schooling with other more recent methodologies. Since 1997 he has worked with his father, Serguei Fatkulin, in the Fatkulin Academy Center of Advanced Performance of Madrid and Bonn, in which they have trained brilliant students, holders of numerous international prizes, such as Carla Marrero, Alicia Randó, José Fraguas, Jaime Naya, Alberto Sanz, Kaori Lopez and Sofía Rodríguez.
Also, since 2008 he has given masterclasses on various editions of the Katarina Gurska New Generation Musical Summer International Course (Segovia and Madrid), International Course of Llanes (Austurias), International Course Eduardo Ocón (Málaga), and the International Course “Caprichos Musicales” (Comillas, Spain) He is currently developing his teaching as a violin professor at the Katarina Gurska Center for Advanced Musical Studies, where students of five years old take the initial steps at the Elementary Grade, to the Medium and Superior Grades.
Professor Tong Weidong
曾先後師從於汪善修、胡惟民、隋克強、林耀基教授以及 jorg-wolfgang jahn 教授學習小提琴。其主要成績：在1984年第二屆全國青少年小提琴比賽中獲獎，96年獲得德國DAAD基金會獎學金並由國家教委公派赴德國留學，1998年獲碩士學位，2008年獲北京市教育教學成果（高等教育）二等獎，2009年度寶鋼優秀教師獎，所教學生曾在中央音樂學院、全國青少年小提琴比賽（文華獎）、中國音協金鐘獎以及國際小提琴比賽中多次獲獎，如意大利安德烈、波斯塔基尼國際比賽、韓國尹伊桑伊蔏雲國際小提琴比賽、首爾國際小提琴比賽、梅紐因國際小提琴比賽、柴可夫斯基青少年國際小提琴比賽、東京國際小提琴比賽、珠海國際小提琴比賽、席洛莫、敏茨國際小提琴比賽、維尼亞夫斯基國際小提琴比賽等。
擔任國內國際主要比賽評委有：2001年文化部第七屆全國青少年小提琴比賽評委，2003年11月中國音協全國「金鐘杯」成人小提琴比賽中評委，2009年第九屆全國青少年小提琴比賽評委，意大利第15屆安德烈、波斯塔基尼國際小提琴比賽比賽的評委，參加2011年8月美國庫伯杯（奧柏林國際小提琴比賽評委），2012年4月韓國東亞首爾國際小提琴比賽評委, 2013年第15屆德國Kloster Schontal國際小提琴比賽評委、2014年10月中國青島國際小提琴比賽評委、2014年11月韓國伊蔏雲國際小提琴比賽評委、2015年新加坡國際小提琴比賽評委、2015第四屆東京國際小提琴比賽評委、2015年亞美尼亞「哈恰圖良」國際小提琴比賽、2015年珠海薩爾茨堡莫扎特國際小提琴比賽、2015年第九屆約阿希姆國際小提琴比賽（漢諾威）、2016年德國Leopold Mozart國際小提琴比賽、2018年9月第14屆Karol Lipinskiand Henryk Wieniawski Lublin國際小提琴比賽評委等，舉辦的大師班除了國內九所音樂學院外，擔任中國水準最高、最專業的、最具國際化的青島國際音樂大師班藝術總監，每年定期執教於北京國際長城夏令營、加拿大皇家山音樂夏令營、美國Meadowmount梅德蒙加拉米安國際夏令營，以及美國萊斯大學、英國倫敦皇家音院、Giuldhall音樂與戲劇學院、梅紐因學校等，獲得一致好評，1999年9月組建中央音樂學院四重奏團，成功地舉辦過多場音樂會。參加過匈牙利柯達伊、巴爾托克四重奏團以及斯特恩、羅斯托波維奇的大師班，參加了北京國際音樂節和美國曼菲斯的音樂節的演出，取得巨大成功。2004年3月至2007年三月被聘為中央電視台音樂頻道小提琴音樂課程主講，每周在音樂頻道滾動播。
Professor Calvin Wong
Calvin Wong, violinist, enjoys an eclectic career as a performer, educator and conductor in a wide variety of styles from the Baroque to the Romantic, and across different levels of students. Nurturing students into violinists always makes him feel proud and moved.
Mr. Wong has earned BA Music at Hong Kong Baptist University Music Department, where he served as teaching assistant to Professor Helen Yang for the violin courses. He pursued additional studies in violin teaching methods with Prof. Wong Fu Tong, Prof. Zhang Shi-Xiang and Prof. Sergey Fatkulin.
Mr. Wong can be considered one of the most devoted educators. In 2013, Mr. Wong was the recipient of the Schoenfeld International String Competition Outstanding Teacher Award. In 2018 and 2020, Mr. Wong was the recipient of the Eighth and Tenth Hong Kong International Violin Competition Teacher Award for Excellence in Teaching. Many of his students were awarded international prizes as well, including Concorde Violinistico Internazionale “Andrea Postacchini”, Ysaye International Music Competition, Schoenfeld International String Competition, Graham Music Award, Prokofiev International Music Competition, Singapore Raffles International Music Competition, Hong Kong International Young Musicians Competition etc.
Performance is one of core value of his teaching system, he makes an effort to bring his students opportunities to perform as soloists all around the world, such as Petronas Filharmonik Hall in Malaysia, Academic Glinka Capella (State Capella Hall), Finlandia Hall etc. as well as all the major concert halls in his hometown.
In 2022, Mr. Wong will join the Faculty of the Centro Superior KATARINA GURSKA School of Music. He currently serves as the course director of the Hong Kong Young Soloists and the instrumental teacher of Yip’s Choral and Performing Arts Centre and Diocesan Girls’ Junior School. He has also served as an adjudicator in competitions such as The Hong Kong International Young Musicians Competition directed by Violinist Kirill Troussov.
In addition to enjoying a highly successful education career, Mr. Wong is committed to orchestra conducting. He is the Resident Conductor of the Hong Kong Young Soloists Symphony Orchestra, Conductor of The Hong Kong Children’s Symphony Orchestra and Ying Wa Primary School Senior Strings Orchestra and received Conductor Award in The World Orchestra Festival 2021. Mr. Wong also participated in the training team in the concert tour of the Hong Kong Children’s Symphony Orchestra in 2017 Asia (Malaysia, Singapore and China) and 2019 (Russia & Scandinavia).
In 2021-2022, Mr. Wong inaugurated The Hong Kong International Young Musicians Competition Concert series as the conductor featuring performances of Young Performers on masterworks by Mozart, Sarasate, and other concerts for young musicians.
Professor Gleb Dontsov
Gleb Dontsov was born in Omsk,in Russia. He graduated Tchaikovsky Moscow State College in 1992, under Professor Sergey Fatkulin. In 1997 he graduated Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory, under Professor Eduard Grach. In 2001 he graduate Post Graduate Course of Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory. Gleb Dontsov is laureate of several national competitions in Russia. He performed in famous concert halls- “Moscow Philharmonic Hall”, “Big and small halls of Tchaikovsky State Moscow Conservatory”, “Rachmaninov Hall”, and others. He was the concertmaster and soloist violinist in the Symphony Orchestra of Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory. Also, he performed as a soloist and a member of Chamber Orchestra “Moskovia” under conductor and music director Eduard Grach.
Gleb Dontsov has played as a soloist with other orchestras as well. He has performance in Russia, Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, France, Greece, Italy, Herman, Austria, Czech rep. ,Japan ,Taiwan, China. From 1998 untill 2005 he was a concertmaster of Shenzhen Symphony orchestra. He perform with many famous conductors such Zhang Guoyoung, Maurice Peress, Lior Shambadal, Kirill Petrenko and others. Also he perfom as a chamber musician with Mary Meiloc Wu. Since 2006 he was a guest-concertmaster of Macau Symphony orchestra and Hong Kong City Chamber orchestra. From 2009 he became a Professor of Shenzhen Art School. Many of his students became a laureates of national and international competitions. In the same time Gleb became a member of directors of “Fine Strings” music studio. In 2014 his student Zhang Wei got a prize in 8th Tchaikovsky Youth International Competition. Another his student-Zhao Wan Yu got a second prize in 7th Hong Kong International competition in 2017. Every year Gleb invites to Shenzhen for master-classes famous professors such as Tatiana Berkul, Sergey Fatkulin, Zakhar Bron, Pavel Vernikov,Shlomo Mintz,Salvatore Accardo.From 2002 till this days Gleb Dontsov performs as a violin duo with violinist Marianna Terteryan.
Professor Marianna Terteryan
Marianna Terteryan was born in Moscow,in family musicians. She studied violin at the Moscow Gnessin School under teacher Tatiana Berkul. She graduated Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory and Post-Graduate Course under famouse russian violinist Professor Eduard Grach.
Also, she performed as a soloist and member of Chamber Orchestra “Moskovia” under conductor and music director Eduard Grach. She has given concerts in some of the most prestigious venues in the world. Marianna has given performances at the Great Hall , Small hall and Rachmaninov hall of the Moscow State Conservatory, Moscow Philharmonic Hall by P.I.Tchaikovsky, Grand Hall of the St.-Petersburg Philharmonic,Suntory hall in Tokyo,Izumi hall in Osaka.While studying in Gnessin School and Moscow State Conservatory,she became the laureat of many intenational competitions-“Classical Heritage” in Moscow,in Sant-Petersburg “Virtuoses 2000”,”International Competition for Youth violinists”in Novosibirsk by Zakhar Bron,in Warsaw “Tadeusz Wronsky Competition for violin solo”,in Zagreb “Vaclav Huml”).
Marianna Terteryan was a member of lots of musical festivals: “Keshet Eilon Violin Mastercourse” in Israel, “Stars of the Planet” in Yalta(Ukraine), “The music weeks in Toure”(Toure,France), “Russian culture days” in Vietnam. She joined the masterclasses with world famouse musicians as Ida Handel, Shlomo Mintz, Vadim Gluzman. She became a soloist of Moscow State Philarmony in 1997. Marianna played as a soloist with many famous orchestras. She recorded several CD’s and other music on Radio and TV. Marianna Terteryan has perfomance in Russia, ,Poland, Croatia, Macedonia, Serbia & Montenegro, Greese,Israel, Cyprus, German,France, USA, China, Japan, Vietnam, Macau and Hong Kong.
From November 2002 Marianna began to work in China (Shenzhen). For two years she worked as a member and soloist in Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra. Also she played with many symphony orchestras very famous Chinese violin concertos “The Butterfly lovers” by Chen Gang & He Zhan Hao and “Wang Zhao Jun” by Chen Gang. She recorded two CD’s-classical violin music and chinese violin music. Marianna was a first performer of Violin Concerto with Yunnan folk melodies by Victor Tso in China.She perform with famous conductors -Zhang Guo Young, Yen Shao, Yu Feng, Mikhail Khokhlov, Vladimir Ponkin, Arnold Katz, Eduard Grach, Igor Schtegman, Vladimir Ziva, Anatoly Oselkov.
She has a long experience in teaching students. Since 2002 she was teaching in one of the most famous music schools in Russia-Moscow Gnessin School. From 2018 she became a guest Professor of Shenzhen Art School.One of her student Paloma So got second prize in International Wieniawski youth Competition in Lubeck in 2015 and first prize in 8th International Competition in Novosibirsk for young violinist in 2016.
From 2002 Marianna performs as a violin duo with violinist Gleb Dontsov.