Eunsley Park (violin) is a British / South Korean violinist. She is the 2016-2017 RCM Junior Fellow and currently studies on the artist diploma course, after obtaining a first class honours in her degree course. She was selected as as a 'RCM Rising Star 2013', a Concordia Foundation Artist 2014, and her awards include the MBF Postgraduate Performance Award, the MMSF Philharmonia/Meyer Award, the Albert Cooper Award and the Counter of Munster Award. Oher competition successes include 3rd prizes of the Tunbridge Wells Young International Concert Artists Competition. Previously Eunsley studied at the Yehudi Menuhin School, and in Vienna on an exchange programme. She has performed in prestigious venues throughout the world, and has broadcast on BBC Radio 3, for the Proms Plus in 2013, and performed at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg.
Luka Okros was born in 1991 in Tbilisi, Georgia, and studied in Moscow and at the Royal College of Music. At the age of 18, Luka made his US debut at the Carnegie Hall. During the last two years he has won more than ten top international prizes and awards, including three Grand Prizes at the Iturbi Prize Valencia Piano Competition in Spain, the first prizes at both the Morocco Philharmonic International Piano Competition and the Piano Campus Competition at Cergy-Pontoise in France, and several prestigious awards from the Hattori Foundation, the Tillett Trust and the Tabor Foundation Piano Award at the Verbier Festival in Switzerland. As a winner of the Jaques Samuel Intercollegiate Piano Competition, Luka was interviewed by Sean Rafferty on the “In Tune” programme of BBC Radio 3, during which he performed pieces by Liszt and Rachmaninov.
Nicholas Mogg studies at the Royal Academy of Music. He is an Oxford Lieder Young Artist, a Britten-Pears Young Artist, a Drake Calleja Scholar, a soloist for the RAM/Kohn Foundation Bach Cantata Series, and a member of the Academy's prestigious Song Circle. In 2015 he won the Joan Chissell Schumann Lieder Prize, the Elena Gerhardt Lieder Prize, and the Oxford Lieder Young Artist Platform. He previously read music at Clare College, Cambridge, where he was a choral scholar, and was later an apprentice in the Monteverdi Choir. Engagements in the 2015/16 season include his debut recitals at the Wigmore Hall and at the Oxford Lieder Festival, his solo debut with the Monteverdi Choir singing arias in Bach St Matthew Passion under Sir John Eliot Gardiner in cities across Europe, and performances of Gluck Orphée et Euridyce at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.
Born in Anglesey, North Wales, Jâms Coleman is studying at the Royal Academy of Music with Professor Christopher Elton and Michael Dussek. Jâms is a versatile musician and has won prizes as a soloist and accompanist. He is an Oxford Lieder Young Artist and a Samling Artist. His engagements include performances with James Gilchrist, Sir John Tomlinson, Nicholas Mulroy and Andrew Kennedy. He has performed at Wigmore Hall, on the BBC World Service, live on Radio 3's In Tune, at the Leeds and Oxford Lieder Festivals and at the Three Choirs Festival.Jâms graduated in June from Girton College, Cambridge. He also has experiencing working as a Musical Director and repetiteur and in 2014 he conducted fifteen performances of Eugene Onegin across Wales