was born in Moscow and started violin studies at the age of 5, under Prof.E.Ghilels.
At the age of 6, she was accepted at the Special Music School for Advanced Children at the State Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow, where she studied under the guidance of Professor G. Tourchaninova and Professor Z. Machtina. In 1991 she graduated with the "First Prize" Diploma with Highest Distinction (99%) from the Royal Flemish Conservatory in Gent,under Professor H. Raudales. After the formal studies, she continued with instruction under the supervision of various mentors, including: H. Krebbers , I. Parkanay, E. Epstein M. Bezverkhnij and P. Hirschorn . As a soloist , she performed with the BRT Symphony Orchestra in Brussels as well as in several other countries including Holland, Germany, England, Switzerland, Italy, Poland and Russia.

Tamara Ignatieva is a prize-winner of the following competitions:

1992: 1st Laureate of the Tenuto Competition in Brussels, Belgium.

1994: 1st Laureate at the Viotti International Competition in Vercelli (Italy).

1994: 1st Laureate and Special Barenreiter Prize for the best string player of the Charles Hennen Competition in Heerlen, Holland.

1996: 2nd Laureate at the International Music Competition of Music Personalities in Lodz (Poland).

1996: 3rd Laureate and Special Prize Der Stiftung J. Frederik Perenoud at the International Music Competition in Wien.

1998: Special Jury Prize for the best String Player of the competition at the Music Tournament in Rome (Italy).



graduated from Royal Conservatory of Brussels, with Higher Diploma under Prof. Edmond Baert.

After his formal studies, he took Masterclasses with Luis Claret (Barcelona) Maria Kliegel (Koln) en Bernard Greenhouse (Beaux arts trio).

From 1988 to 1997 Peter Heiremans was a member of the "Trio International de Bruxelles", and since 1998, he is a member of the "Rachmaninov trio".

With these ensembles he toured through Europe, and played in halls like: "Palais des Beaux Arts" (Brussel), "Concertgebouw Amsterdam", de "Aula" in Zurich, de "Herculuszaal" in Munchen, "Palau de la Musica" van Madrid en "Palau de la Musica" van Zaragoza.




graduated from the St. Petersburg Music Conservatory and from the Royal Conservatory of Music in Den Haag with Master's diploma, Doctor's degree with distinction. He studied under Proffessors: Marina Wolf, Tamara Fidler, Sofia Wakman, Sergei Ourivajev and Naum Grubert.

He is a prize winner of many competitions:

1984 - prize in Contest of young pianists in Riga (Latvia);

1995 - prize in International Chamber Music competition in Heerlen (The Netherlands);

1997 - diploma in the First International Chamber Music competition dedicated to Schostakovich memory in Hanover (Germany);

1998 - Evgueny Sinaiski became the prize winner in "ARD competition" in München in category "Duo violin and piano" with his partner violinist Akiko Tanaka. Now they are performing as "Duo Orient" in Holland, Belgium, Germany and Russia.

2004 - he was awarded the special prize as the best partner-pianist in violin competitions in Wrozlaw and Poznan.

Since he was ten, E. Sinaiski has been performing in Russia, CIS and abroad: in Germany, The USA, Belgium, France and The Netherlands. He also performed with Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Bolshoy Theatre Orchestra (Minsk), Latvian State Chamber orchestra. His concerts took place in such concert halls as Concertgebouw Hall in Amsterdam, Tonhalle in Duesseldorf, Musiekhalle in Hamburg, Herkuleszaal in München, Palais de Beaux-Arts in Brussels, Theatre of Felice in Genova, Tchaikovsky concert hall in Moscow, big and small philharmonic halls in St.-Petersburg.

He made recordings with Bavarian Radio, SWR and St-Petersburg State Radio.In 2006 he made a successful debut on BBC with violinist Vadim Gluzman.

Since 1996 he is a permanent faculty member at Bavarian Summer Music Academy in Marktoberdorf (Germany) and thanks to this summer projects he performed more than 150 concerts in South Bavaria.

Since 2001 Evgueni Sinaiski is a permanent faculty member in Mozarteum Summer Academy in Salzburg (Austria).

He joined Altensteig Summer Academy (Germany) as faculty member at 2003.

Since 2005 he is guest-teacher of chamber music in Music college in Lahti (Finland) as well as in St.Petersburg music college.

For last ten years he is collaborating in concerts and master-classes with such famous musicians as H. Krebbers, H. Zehetmair, S.Pikard, S. Ashkenasi, H.Bayerle, M. Kugel, I. Monigetti, K. Rodin, V. Gluzman.