Catherine Manson is the first violinist of the London Haydn Quartet and leader of the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra. In between running MusicWorks and a busy international concert schedule as soloist and guest director of many groups, she regularly gives masterclasses at conservatories and universities throughout the world.
James Boyd is well known as a soloist and chamber musician. For many years the viola player of the London Haydn Quartet he has appeared at some of the world’s great concert halls and festivals. James also teaches chamber music at Cambridge University and is frequently invited to give masterclasses in the USA, Canada and in the UK.
Robert Max has played in the Barbican Piano Trio for 20 years. He teaches at the Junior Department of the Royal Academy of Music in London and is principal cellist of the London Chamber Orchestra
Renowned pianist and chamber musician.
Daniel Cubero is the first violinist of the Quixote Quartet
David Rabinovich is the Artistic Director of the Apollo Ensemble in the Netherlands. He is Principal 2nd violin in the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra. He is much in demand as a chamber musician and teacher.
John Crockatt is the viola player of the London Haydn Quartet and principal violist of the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra as well as being in great demand as a chamber musician and teacher.
Celebrated as a chamber music specialist, Krysia Osostowicz is first violin of the Dante Quartet and Endymion Ensemble and for many years was the violinist of Domus. She is on the faculty at the Guildhall School of Music, teaching both violin and chamber music.
Much celebrated violinist Alexander Janiczek is in great demand internationally as chamber musician, soloist, director and teacher.
Robin Michael is the cellist of the Fidelio Trio and principal cellist of the Orchestra Revolutionnaire et Romantique. A particular interest in contemporary music has led him to premier, commission and record works by many of the most celebrated composers of our time.
Michael Gurevich is a member of the London Haydn Quartet. He teaches at Chethams School of Music in addition to being invited to give masterclasses in many different countries.
Luca Stoll is a renowned jazz saxophonist with an extensive knowledge of classical repertoire who also specialises in teaching the compostional techniques of tonal harmony.
Ian Brown is one of the world’s foremost chamber musicians. Since 1978 he has been the pianist of the Nash Ensemble and has given recitals in all the world’s major concert halls.
Pianist Claus-Christian Schuster was a founder member of the Vienna Schubert Trio and the Altenberg Trio Wien. He taught for many years at the Vienna Musikhochschule and runs chamber music seminars for the Vienna Conservatory.
Bogdan Bozovic is highly acclaimed internationally as a recitalist and chamber musician. He was for several years the violinist of the Vienna Piano Trio..
Hilda Paredes was born in Mexico but is celebrated as one of the leading composers in Europe. In addition to her works which have been performed and recorded extensively she is also well-known as a composition workshop leader.
Former guest teachers have included: Bengt Forsberg, Sarah Tysman, Jonathan Cohen, Rachel Podger, Jonathan Manson, William Hunt, Sara Bitlloch, Pierre Doumenge, Paula Chateauneuf, Crispin Woodhead, Naomi Woo and Susannah Fiennes.