Soprano Victoria Khoroshunova’s beautiful voice and flawless technique make her one of the most exciting newcomers to the international opera scene.
Norwegian mezzo-soprano Tone Kummervold’s "warm and unique sound" (Elizabeth Norberg-Schulz), coupled with outstanding acting skills and linguistic ability, make her one of the most interesting and desirable mezzo-sopranos to emerge on the international opera scene.
Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Omar Carrión is one of the world’s most respected Verdi baritones.
Dongyong Noh is a Verdi baritone.
Born in South Korea in 1983, Dongyong began his musical studies in Seoul, with further studies in Versailles, France, where he currently resides.
Florian Laconi is currently one of the most renowned tenors in France.
Born in Metz to Italian parents, Florian studied Dramatic Art as well as singing with Michèle Command, Gabriel Bacquier and Christian Jean.
Croatian tenor Bože Jurić-Pešić specialises in Italian verismo roles, such as Turiddu in Cavalleria Rusticana, Rodolfo and Pinkerton in Puccini's La Bohème and Madama Butterfly or Cassio and Alfredo in Verdi's Otello and La Traviata.