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Young Artists

Discover the young talents that are currently involved in Kempinski's Arts Programme!

Visual Arts Exhibition & Performance Programme and Classical Music Education & Performance Programme

Alexander Gronsky

Alexander Gronsky

Alexander Gronsky was born in Tallinn, Estonia. At the age of 18 he moved to St. Petersburg, Russia and began working as a press photographer. In 2003 he was selected for the World Press Photo Joop Swart masterclass, Amsterdam, from where his career started to take off.

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Gianluca Malgeri

Gianluca Malgeri

Gianluca studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence and at IUAV University in Venice. He started a collaboration with Olaful Eliasson, participated in several exhibitions in Berlin and Italy. In 2009 he had a solo show at White Rabbit Gallery in Berlin, which was critically well received.

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Pascal Robert

Pascal Robert

His art is based on everyday experiences and the construction of individual identities, with a special focus on collective social consciousness. The confrontation with portraits and the function they fulfill as long-lasting and historical values never fails to fascinate Pascal Robert.

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Classical Music Education & Performance Programme

Arseniy Chubachin

Arseniy Chubachin

Arseniy has participated in a number of Festivals including the Boheme Festival in Prague, the “Stars of the 21 Century” in Moscow, the “Stars of the Bakai” Festivan in Irkutsk and the Crescendo Festival in Moscow. He performed in concerts at the Theatre in Paris, Munich, Prague and Moscow.

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Maria Koryagova

Maria Koryagova

Maria entered the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts under the leadership of Professor A.B Titel, Executive Director of the Moscow Theatre Arts Academic and Director of the Stanislavskiy/Nemirovicha-Danchenko Theater.

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Julia Lezhneva

Julia Lezhneva

In January 2010, Julia performed with Maestro Marc Minkowski at the internationally prestigious festivals Salzburg Mozartwoche Festival. In the same month, she made her first solo recording album, “Rossini arias”, with Marc Minkowski and Sinfonia Varsovia.

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