Mariya Miliutsina


Born in 1992 in Witebsk (Belarus), she began playing the flute at the age of seven, at a school for children with special musical talent. One year later, she played as a soloist with Belarus' Philarmonic Chamber Orchestra. During her school years she gave concerts and participated in different competitions and masterclasses in Belarus, Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Moldova and Germany.

Mariya began in 2011 her studies at the Music Academy of Minsk, where she often played as a chamber- and orchestra musician.

Her studies continued in 2013 at the HfMT Köln with Jennifer Seubel (flute) and Prof. Manfredo Zimmerman (traverso). Since 2018 she studies traverso with Prof. Leonard Schelb.

In 2013 she participated at the summer academy Dresden -  Musik am Hof August des Starken and in 2018 at the summer academy in Wuppertal. 

Mariya has played with the Main Barock Orchester Frankfurt, Collegium Cartusianum or the Bachorchester Mainz.  


Amarilis Dueñas

Viola da Gamba & Baroque Violoncello

Born in Valladolid (Spain) in 1998, she began with her musical studies at the age of three. At the age of five she began to play cello. She studies modern cello since 2016 with Prof. Maria Kliegel and baroque cello and viola da gamba since 2018 with Prof. Rainer Zipperling at the HfMT Köln. 

She has been awarded at competitions such as the Pau Casals International Award, Concurso de Música Conde Oeiras or Juventudes Musicales de España.

Her debut as a soloist with orchestra was in 2014 and performs regularly with all instruments throughout Europe and since 2019 with the orchestra Kölner Akademie.

Amarilis has received lessons from musicians such as Jordi Savall, Natalia  Gutman, Paolo Pandolfo or Bruno Cocset.


Lars Hobein


Born in Hagen (Germany) in 1995, he began playing piano at the age of seven. In 2004, he was awarded with the second prize at the Concours Musical de France and the first prize on the following year. 

At the age of fourteen he obtained the C-Schein im Kirchenkreis Westfalen  with KMD Manfred Kamp and is since then cantor at a congregation in Hagen. 

In 2014 he began his harpsichord studies at the HfMT Köln with Prof. Michael Borgstede. 

In 2018  he playe the Brandenburg Concertos with the Hagen Chamber Orchestra and took part at the Festiwal Muzyki Klasycznej w Solcu nad Wisla.


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