Jinhyung Park

Jinhyung Park was born in 1996 in Seoul, Korea and began studying the piano at the age of 5. He studied at Yonsei University with Prof. Ian Yungwook Yoo and currently continuing my master course at Hochschule fur Musik in Hannover with Prof. Arie Vardi.

His first recital was in 2009 at the Kumho Prodigy Concert Audition program. After presenting debut recital, he has performed many solo recitals in the inside and outside of the country including Prague Spring Festival in 2017, the concerts in Bratislava and Paris, sponsored by Animato in 2019. Besides many solo recitals, he also performed with Kunwoo Paik in Theatre des Champs Elysees, Paris, France, Slovakia symphony orchestra at Bratislava, Slovak Republic, Orquestra Sinfonica de Radio Television Espanola in Spain, Orchestre Symphonique de Montreal in Canada, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra in Bass Hall, Texas, Gyunggi Philharmonic Orchestra, Gwacheon Philharmonic Orchestra, KBS symphony ochestra, Bucheon philharmonic orchestra and incheon Philharmonic Orchestra. Also, He was awarded a scholarship from Yamaha Music Korea and the Shinhan Music Award.

Jinhyung Park has won prizes in national and international competitions including the winner of the Prague Spring International Competition (2016), 2nd prize of 2016 Panama International Piano Competition, Chopin prize of 2016 Cleveland International Piano Competition, the finalist of the Paloma O’shea Santander International Competition (2015) and Montreal International Music Competition (2017), the 2nd prize of the Hilton Head International Competition (2013), and the 4th prize of the Korea International Competition for young pianist (2013).

In addition to performing in concerts, he has participated in the master class of Alexander Kobrin, Jan Jiracek, Peter Donohoe, Ronald Brautigam, Lilya Zilberstein, Andreas Staier, Tatiana Zelikman, Alexei Volodin, Soojung Shin, Choongmo Kang, Vladimir Ovchinnikov, Jeno Jando, Pavel Nersessian, Jon Kimura Parker and Vladimir Sverdlov-Ashkenazy.


Ryusei Horiuchi


Started playing the piano at the age of three. Currently, he is studying under Susumu Aoyagi, Rikako Murata, and Pascal Devoyon.


He is now a special scholarship student of Tokuji Munetsugu Tokyo University of the Arts. Completed the first class of the Tokyo University of the Arts Junior Academy. After graduating from the Music High School attached to the Faculty of Music, Tokyo University of the Arts, he is a first-year student at Faculty of Music, Tokyo University of the Arts. First Prize in Category C, the Audience Prize and the Grand Prize at the 3rd Steinway Competition in Japan and performed in a gala concert in Hamburg,Germany(2016).


First prize in Category E at the 7th Piano Talents International Piano Competition in Italy (2017), and second prize at the 1st Piano Competition of Tokyo University of the Arts(2022).


He participated in the 15th Ibaraki International Music Academy in Kasama and won the Kasama Music Award. Performed with Akiyoshi SAKO conducting and the Tokyo University of the Arts Philharmonic Orchestra.


Ivan Basic

Ivan Basic was born in Belgrade in 1996. He completed his studies in Belgrade with Prof. Nevena Popovic, before moving to Zurich to conAnue his educaAon with Prof. KonstanAn Scherbakov. His artistic views have been shaped by working with Boris Petrushansky, Jacques Rouvier, Steven Bishop-Kovachevich, Vovka Ashkenazy and Andreas Groethuysen.

In 2022, Ivan Basic won the Second prize at the Rina Sala Gallo competition in Monza, alongside three special prizes: a year prior to it, he was awarded the Second prize at the Roma international competition in Rome. He won further prizes at competitions in Portugal, Switzerland, Slovenia, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

In recent years, Ivan appeared as a soloist with Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano, Musikkollegium Winterthur, Roma Tre Orchestra, RTS Symphony Orchestra, Davoser Camerata, collaboration with Andrea Oddone, ChrisAan Schumann, Leo McFall, Pawel Gorajski, Srba Dinic. He performed recitals at the Menuhin FesAval in Gstaad, Davos FesAval and in concert seasons in Switzerland, Portugal, Italy, Austria, Serbia, Montenegro, Egypt and Japan.

A national of Hungary and Serbia, in 2022 Ivan Basic has been named the Young Serbian Musician of the Year by the National association on of musicians. He has won the prestigious Kiefer Hablitzel Award as a leading musician based in Switzerland and has made numerous recordings for televisión and radio. 2021 saw the release of his debut album with music of Ravel and Mussorgsky.

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Finalistas 64º Premio Jaén de Piano (3)