Violinist Pietro Genova Gaia, Graduated with a Master degree at the RCM under Itzhak Rashkovsky. Digital learning ambassador of Royal College and Manager of Netherhall House Auditorium in Hampstead, London. He has performed around Europe in various halls such as the Kammersaal at the UDK in Berlin, at the Ost-West Musikfest in ST. Polten in Austria, Conservatoire of Lyon, Royal College of Music in London. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in International Relationships from the University of Genoa. He has performed as a soloist with the Regional Youth Orchestra, with Voci di due Paesi Orchestra, Ensemble Paganini and The students Orchestra of Royal College of Music. Teacher at Bromley Conservatoire and private teacher in London. He is a Keshet Eilon graduate and he plays an Emil Pliverics 1938.
Pianist Parvis Hejazi is known as a “rising star on the piano sky” (ARD), and “a poet and virtuoso at the piano” (Christopher Axworthy). Playing his debut at the Salzburg Festival aged 16, Parvis has performed throughout Europe, the Middle East, and the US at venues such as the Laeiszhalle Hamburg, Die Glocke Bremen, and the Gnessin Institute Moscow. Having won more than 30 first prizes in national and international competitions, Parvis has received coverage by ARD, NDR, and HR, and in foreign and domestic print media. Parvis is a graduate Scholar of the Royal College of Music, where he currently pursues a Master of Music, studying with Norma Fisher and Vanessa Latarche. In autumn, Parvis will commence his studies on the prestigious Artist Diploma programme at the College on a full scholarship. A Member of the Keyboard Charitable Trust and Talent Unlimited UK, Parvis holds the Music Talks Award and the Bärenreiter Urtext Award. He is supported by the Evangelisches Studienwerk Villigst, the Karin and Uwe Hollweg Foundation and Susan Sturrock.
Francesco Antonio Bonporti
Invezione Ottava in E minor, op 10
I. Andante (dolce)II. BallettoIII. Adagio (quasi recitativo)IV. Giga
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Violin Sonata in E minor, K 304
I. Allegro II. Tempo di Minuetto
Violin Sonata in D minor, N° 3 Op 108
I. AllegroII. AdagioIII. Un poco presto e con sentimentoIV. Presto agitato