Prof. Paweł ŁukaszewskiWarsaw / Poland

Composer, conductor, educator. He is a graduate of the Fryderyk Chopin Music Academy in Warsaw. He has received numerous commissions from Poland and abroad (Japan, Germany,Great Britain, Switzerland) His discography includes over 100 CDs. Over sixty of his pieces have been published in many countries of Europe and the United States. In recent years Paweł Łukaszewski’s music has
gained a high recognition in Britain. His works have been performed by such renowned choral ensembles from London and Cambridge as The Holst Singers, BBC Singers, Trinity College Choir, Tenebrae, Britten Sinfonia and Polyphony
under the direction of prominent conductors Stephen Layton and Nigel Short.

Sasho TatarchevskiSkopje / Macedonia

Sasho Tatarchevski earned his master`s degree of choral, symphonic and opera conducting at the Faculty of Music in Skopje. He also participated in conducting master classes in New York, Rome, Berlin, St. Petersburg, Florence, Sarteano and Moscow.

Mr. Tatarchevski has performed with the Macedonian Philharmonic, the Macedonian opera and ballet, the Bitola chamber orchestra, the Orchestra Sinfonica di ICE – Rome, “Hermitage” Symphony Orchestra, the Bitola opera, the modern music ensembles “Alea” and “ConTempora”, the Symphony orchestra of the FM, “The soloists of the FM”, the Symphony orchestra of the BSF and many other choral, chamber and symphonic ensembles.

Besides in Macedonia he has performed numerous concerts and won international prizes with various ensembles in Portugal, Slovenia, UK, Belgium, Greece, Switzerland, Spain, Croatia, Italy, Serbia, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Russia, Austria, France, Slovakia, Romania and Turkey. He also won several conducting prizes.

At the moment he works as a professor at the Faculty of Music in Skopje and conductor of the FM Symphony orchestra, the “Dragan Shuplevski” mixed choir, the Female choir of the Youth center and the “Pro Ars” professional chamber choir. Also, he is a regular jury member of several international competitions and artistic director of the International choral forum in Struga.

Carmen Moreno (Barcelona, Spain)

Carmen Moreno (Barcelona, Spain)
Conductor and Soprano lírico-ligera. She graduated from Conservatory Juan Jose Landaeta Caracas (Venezuela), Conservatory Superior of Music of Liceu in Barcelona and Conservatory Professional of Badalona (Spain). Her educational work has focused on the teaching of vocal technique and conducting choirs, which she combines with concert work. She has published a book entitled Mitécnica Vocal Paso a Paso (My Vocal Technique Step by Step) and written various articles related to vocal music and published by the online magazine Arts Educa, the last article was published in IFCM International Choral Bulletin Vol XXXIV N2 2015. She has offered workshop on vocal technique to chamber ensembles and spoken at conferences at Aula Universitaria and Public Library Clarà of Barcelona. She has been a jury member at International Music Festival of Cantonigròs 2015. She is professor of singing at the Escuela Estudi Musical as well as conductor of the Esperit Cantaire Choir and Cantoría Re-quinto Chamber Choir in Sagradafamilia Church in Barcelona.

Prof. Bernhard GfrererSalzburg / Austria

He graduated from Mozarteum specilizing in church music. Since 1987 he has been an organist and choir conductor at Franciscan Church in Salzburg. He performed with world famous artists like Placido Domingo, Jose Carreras and James King. He gives many concerts in mayor European cities as well as in USA, South America, Russia and Asia. He is lecturer at master classes in USA, Japan and South America and was Jury member at many international competitions. He made numerous recordings for TV, radio and recording companies.

Marcin CmielWarsaw / Poland

One of the members who established Choral Society „LIRA” in Warsaw. In years 1997-2008 deputy conductor of Choral Society LIRA. Since February 2009 he has become the artistic director of Choral Society Lira in Warsaw  He graduated from Warsaw Academy of Music in Prof. Ryszard Zimak’s class. For years he cooperated with Warsaw University Choir and Stefan Wyszynski University Choir and others. He established and performed with choir Cantemus over 100 concerts.  He wa invited many times to the juty panel of choir festivals in St Petersburg and Krakow. Conductor of Male Choir LIRA.