Tamara Poddubnaya (U.S.А.) – concert pianist and harpsichordist, professor and director of music and piano department at Long Island Conservatory of Music, New York (USA), Chairperson and Jury member of various International festivals and competitions all over the world, the holder of Golden Muse and St. Sofia Awards in Bulgaria. She performs and teaches masterclasses all over the world.
Vera Nosina (Russia) – Professor with Gnessins Music Academy of Russia and with Alfred Schnittke Moscow State Institute of Music, Honoured Worker of Art, Vice-President of International Piano Teachers Association, Prize-winner of several International Competitions. She has organized and is constantly leading the International Festival-Competition «Musica Classica» in Moscow. She is a permanent jury member of various prestigious International Competitions in France, Greece, Germany, Italy, Denmark, Lithuania, Poland and Russia.
Natalia Kazimirovskaia (Sweden) – Chair of Organizing Committee, internationally recognized piano teacher with more than 40 years of experience, holder of Royal Musical Academy prize for innovations in musical pedagogy, permanent jury member at a number of international music competitions and artistic director of the Cultural Association «Culture of Tomorrow».
Valerian Shiukashvili (Georgia) – Winner of International Competitions, Soloist of Djansug Kakhidze Tbilisi Center for Music & Culture, Founder and General Director of Nodar Gabunia International Piano Competition, General Director of Art Academy Georgia.
Choi Jung Chul (Spain) – conductor, formerly long-time director of music school in Arona, co-founder of Asociacion Socio Cultural Amigos de la Musica Tenerife, co-founder of a number of international music festivals in South Korea and Spain.
Natalia Romaniuk (Spain) – internationally recognized music teacher with over 25 years of experience, she worked at National School of Arts in Havana (Cuba), in Madrid, as well as music school in Arona, Tenerife.
Mikhail Vorotnoy (Russia) – Winner of International Competitions, active author and editor, acting Jury member at numerous music competitions and festivals. Professor of the Herzen State Pedagogical University in St. Petersburg, Russia, deputy of the Director at Music, Theatre & Choreography College. He was the first performer of a number of works of Russian and U.S. composers, had three works dedicated to him. He performed and had master classes in the U.S.A., Italy, France, Sweden, Finland, Poland, Ukraine, Belarus as well as all over Russia.
Victoria Power (Sweden) – one of Stockholm’s most sought after piano teachers. She’s been studying both at the Royal College of Music in London with professor Irina Zaritskaya (post graduate diploma) and Edsbergs Music Institute in Stockholm with professor Greta Erikson (soloist and chamber music diploma). Since 1998 she has been teaching piano at the music school Lilla Akademien in Stockholm, where she during the years has had a lot of students who have won first prizes at international and national piano competitions. Aside from her work as a teacher, she is also a very engaged soloist, chamber musician, composer and arranger.