Wife and accomplice of Iannis Xenakis for over half a century. Author of 23 books. French radio and television personality, known in particular for her extravagent red spectacles!
Airi Yoshioka has concertized throughout the world as a soloist and chamber musician. She is a founding member of Damocles Trio and Modigliani Quartet. Her orchestral credits include performances with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, American Sinfonietta and engagements as concertmaster and soloist with the Manhattan Virtuosi and Aspen Music ... Read More
Jovita Zähl was born in Bensberg near Cologne, Germany. She studied in Brussels, Cologne and Düsseldorf with the pianists Pavel Gililov, Jean-Claude Vanden-Eynden, Aloys Kontarsky and David Levine. She graduated with honors for piano and chamber music at the Musikhochschule Köln and the Robert-Schumann Hochschule Düsseldorf.
Jovita Zähl is active ... Read More
Susanne Zapf, born in Thuringia/Germany, studied the violin with Ilan Gronich in Berlin, Grigory Zhislin in London, and Keiko Wataya in Amsterdam.
Her particular leaning towards chamber music, participating in symphony orchestras and her work in the Sonar Quartett have given many facets to her musicianship. In her ... Read More
(b. April 15, 1949, Schwabach, Mittelfranken).
German composer of stage, orchestral, chamber, choral, vocal, piano, and electro-acoustic works that have been successfully performed and recorded across Europe.
Prof. Zimmermann learned piano, violin and oboe at an early age and began composing at age twelve. He attended the ... Read More
Founded in 1969 in Valenciennes, the group Art Zoyd looks back on more than three decades of extraordinary accomplishments. Recordings (more than 30 CDs to date), concerts, and music performances for ballet, theatre, film, and other events are among their achievements which have taken them to places from New ... Read More