Teachers
At the Zakhar Bron School of Music we teach violin, piano and cello at highly professional level from the very early age
Professor Zakhar Bron is considered to be one of the best violin teachers in the world. Only a few teachers today are in such high demand as Professor Bron, who is currently working in several highly prestigious institutions around the world.
Honorary President, Violin
Liana Tretiakova has more than 15 years of experience of working with talented young violinists. Many of her students have already won top prizes at various international competitions, and appear at the music festivals in Switzerland and abroad.
Principal of the School, Violin
Inna Khriplovich has participated in various highly acclaimed orchestral projects, festivals and teaching programs across Russia, USA, Europe and Japan. Inna enjoys teaching and has more than 10 years of experience working with children.
Events manager, violin
Alexander Kuznetsov is an alumnus of Professor Bron and a prize-winner of 14 national and international competitions in Russia and Europe. He performed as a soloist with orchestras in Russia, Japan and Europe.
Violin
Romaine Bolinger is a successful violinist from Switzerland. With "Gagliano Trio" and Bron Chamber Orchestra she performs in Switzerland, Germany, Italy and Austria and participates in various festivals. She is also a substitute player of the Tonhalle Orchestra.
Violin
Matthieu studied with Professor Ivan Monighetti at the University of Music in Basel for 14 years. He performed in Swiss National Youth Orchestra, Lucerne Festival Academy Orchestra and Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich.
Cello
The pianist Dominic Chamot was born in Cologne in 1995. Award-winning and celebrated by the audience, his lively and highly multifaceted activity as a soloist and chamber musician has long ceased to be an insider tip.
Piano
Christophe is an active chamber musician and soloist and appears regularly with the Musikkollegium Winterthur and the Jenaer Philharmonie.
Piano
According to press, which was enchanted by Maria Anikina, "Maria is a musical personification of freedom, poetry and inner power", "due to her high pianistic talent Maria has a rich palette of colors which amazes all audiences" ("Young Musician", Russia).
Piano
Ksenia Nogovitsyna has experience in teaching ear training, music theory, harmony, polyphony, musical analysis and music history. She has taught at the Music School of the Moscow Conservatory, at the Gnessin Music School in Moscow and at the Simkus Conservatory in Klaipeda (Lithuania).
Theory of music