Artists
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
   
   
     

Iikeda Bonsamnag

his musical education are: School of Fine Arts, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Faculty of Music. Graduated with Baccalaureate Honors. Dnipropetrovsk State Musical College, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine. Bachelors Degree. Major, Clarinet. Second Clarinet, Ukraine State Philharmonic Orchestra. Birmingham Conservatoire, University of Central England. 2003-2005 Elizabeth University of Music, Japan, Master Degree. First Clarinet, Asean-Japan Symphony Orchestra.

 
 
Robert Brown

Robert Brown was born in U.S.A. He has a long and varied experience as a chamber music and orchestral player having worked with ensembles such as: the Houston, Atlanta, and American symphony orchestras in U.S.A., “Les Arts Florissant” in Paris, l ’Orchestra del Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome, and the “Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment” in London.
 
     
Sakano IsseiSakano Issei

born from parents who love music, he started piano at the age of three. He had been studying piano, music theory and composition under Japanese teachers for 15 years. He is currently working for legal and judicial reform in Cambodia as Japanese expert to Cambodian Ministry of Justice and at the same time, making performance occasionally in Phnom Penh mainly as a piano accompanist
 
     
Gerhard Anton Isselhardt

He served as a temporary flutist at the State Philhamonic Orchestra, Rheinland Pfalz. These orchestral experiences, especially with renowned conductors like Sergiu Celibidache had a serious impact on his musical consciousness. Since 2003, he acts as Country Director of F.W.C.P.A. and plays a major role in improving the standards of Western Art Music in Cambodia.
 
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Friedrich Kleinknecht

was born in Ravensbeerg (Germany) 1944. He served at the Bavarian State Opera under the conducting of Karl Bohm, Sergice Celibidache, Wolfgang Savallisch and others. Friedrich Kleinknecht was for 30 years a member of the Leopolder String Quartett. In 30 years the Quartett has given 400 concerts around the world.
 
     
Prof.Dieter Mack

was a professor at the University of Music Freiburg and since 1989, he gave lectures on composition and music education in Indonesia. Since 2003, he lectured in composition at the University of Music Lübeck. With the support from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), he was a long-term guest lecturer at IKIP (now UPI) in Bandung from 1992-95 and is also a consultant in a research project there, sponsored by the Ford Foundation since 1997.
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Stephan Rahn

Performances, have taken him to many countries in Europe, North and South America, North Africa, East Asia and South East Asia. He recieved scholarships of the „Ansbacher Bachwochen“ and the „Bayreuther Festspiele“. Stephan Rahn is a member of the board of the ART+Foundation. He lectures at the University of Music “Hanns Eisler” Berlin.
 
 
Suzuki Rieko

was born in Yokohama Japan. She has been regularly invited as a guest player from the several celebrated Music Festivals in both domestic and oversea such as Kirishima, Kurashiki city, Kitakyushu city “Hibiki”, Kisofukushima, and Nice in France, Anchorage in USA. She is also performing Traditional Japanese, Ethnic, and Heeling Music, which has been providing us the wide selection and completed wonderful artistic collaboration.

 
 
Anna-Theresa Steckel

(born in 1985) Since 2005 she is living in Berlin and is currently a student of Antje Weithaas at the „Hanns Eisler” Hochschule. As a member of the Kant quartet she has been playing string quartet with her siblings for many years and her performances have taken her to many countries in Europe and Asia.

 
     

Julian Steckel

is a prizewinner of many international cello competition , such as International Rostropovich Competition in Paris etc. As a soloist he has appeared with the Orchestre de Paris, the Radio Symphony Orchestras of Berlin and many others. 2007 Julian Steckel performed Elgars Cello Concerto in Theran , organized by the Morgenland Festival Osnabrueck - first time presenting a Symphony Orchestra from Europe in the Iran.

 
 
Valentin Steckel

was born in Pirmasens (Germany) in 1981. Valentin was a member of the National Youth Orchestra of Germany. He 's principal violist in the „Sound Forum of Central Europe“. With this orchestra he has been touring the Czech Republic, Poland, Palestine, Lebanon, Syria, Jordan and Japan.
 
     
I Nyoman Sura

was born in Denpasar (Bali-Indonesia) in 1976. He began dancing when he was 7 years old . Nyoman Sura is a dancer with strong roots in the traditional dance of the island, who never stops to create. As a choreographer he created over ten solo and group dance pieces which have been performed at festivals in various parts of Indonesia and abroad.