Eleonor Bindman is a pianist, teacher, arranger and recording artist. She has appeared in solo and chamber music recitals, as soloist with orchestras, in master classes and as a competition juror in the U.S. and abroad. Ms. Bindman is dedicated to creating new student repertoire and has recently created many piano transcriptions, including Bach Cello Suites for Piano, Stepping Stones to Bach and Brandenburg Duets for piano-4-hands. Her recordings, arrangements, practice tips and other piano resources are available at eleonorbindman.com
Artem Kemenyash is a New York-based musician who teaches and performs clarinet, saxophone, and piano. He is an active performer, former NYU adjunct instructor, and founder/director of the educational company ProInHome. He earned a Master's Degree in Clarinet Performance from New York University where he studied with a member of New York Philharmonic – Pavel Vinnitsky. Artem appeared as a soloist and chamber musician in New York, Portland, Seattle, Berlin, Odessa, Kiyv, and other cities worldwide.
Artem studied and participated in masterclasses with top U.S. musicians such as James Shields, Rolf Weber, Barbara Heilmair, Hedwig Swimberghe, Frank Kowalsky, and Yuri Vasilevich.
Natalia Nazarova is a teacher of the first category in solo singing. Laureate of Russian and international competitions. Pupil of the international public foundation "New Names". Natalia has been working at the V.S. Popov Academy of Choral Art since 2011. For 4 years she was the leading teacher of the non-profit foundation for children with disabilities "World of Art". As a teacher of the Academy, she conducts master classes and advanced training courses for teachers and takes part in the work of the jury of Russian and international competitions.
As a soloist, she performed in many cities of Russia and abroad.
Jacob Nordlinger is currently pursuing his master’s degree at the Manhattan School of Music under the tutelage of Julia Lichten. He has been a past winner of the Yonkers Philharmonic Concerto Competition, Wagner College Young Artist Competition as well as the Fuchs Chamber Music Competition. Recently, his string quartet won first prize in the Ruth Widder String Quartet Competition at Manhattan School of Music. Jacob has performed throughout New York in venues such as Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall, Symphony Space, The National Arts Club as well as the United Nations.
Pavlova Tatiana graduated with honors from the Nizhny Novgorod State Conservatory in 2004, faculty of orchestral instruments, specialty - orchestral string instruments (violin), qualification - concert performer, orchestra artist, chamber ensemble, teacher. Since 2004, a teacher at the Children's Art School named after S. I. Mamontova. Pupils successfully perform at city concerts, take part in various competitions. Head of the "String Instruments" department for 6 years. Director and conductor of the School's Chamber Orchestra for 12 years. She graduated from the internship at the Russian Academy of Music in the class of quartet in 2007. Laureate of Russian and international competitions.