Igasuviselt puhkab Lõuna-Eestis tunnustatud Pariisi viiuldaja ning pedagoog Miroslav Roussine (üks enim tunnustatud legendaarse David Oistrahi õpilasi), kes sageli ka oma parimad õpilased Eestisse külla kutsub. Kammermuusikutel on pikaajaline traditsioon kaasata mõisamängude kontserdisarja noored talendid Roussine`i viiuliklassist.
Pariisi noored virtuoosid
Alexis Roussine (viiul, Prantsusmaa), Livia Gruppo Maurel (viiul, Prantsusmaa/Itaalia) jt. Anne-Mai Palm või Diana Liiv (klaver)
Kavas: Chopin, Paganini, Beethoven jt.
Born in 1995, Alexis Roussine is a French- Russian violinist. Coming from a family of musicians, he started learning the violin with his father, Miroslav Roussine, laureat of the Wieniawsky competition, former soloist and pupil of D.Oistrakh. His main teachers were G.Tourchaninova ( Central Music School , Moscow), L.Kolos( CRR of Paris ) and Boris Belkin at the Maastricht Conservatorium (Netherlands) where Alexis just finished his Master degree with the highest distinction. In 2007 , being the youngest participant, he received the honorary prize of excellence at the Leopold Bellan competition in Paris. A year later, in Moscow, he received the 2nd prize and the special prize at the Gnessine competitionfestival.
This special prize will allow him to play several concerts in Moscow organized by the Spivakov Foundation. In 2012, Alexis won the 2nd prize at the G.P.Telemann competition (Poland). He is also a laureate of the “Noor Muusik Young Musician” (Estonia), Kloster Schoental (Germany) competitions , Carl Flesh competition (Hungary) and Premio Chigiana ( Italy ). As a chamber musician, he was a founding member of the Malevitch Quintet and studied with Henk Guittard (Schoenberg Quartet) . The ensemble won a special prize at the “Chamber Music Festival Freedom” in 2015 (Netherlands) that allowed the quintet to give a series of concerts in Chengdu, China. In 2017, Alexis collaborated with the publishing, production and music composition company Allard & Bodak, recording the piece “Prélude d’hiver” at Studio Human Paris ( available on Spotify and Apple Music) . The same year ,he was invited to play with Diana Liiv for the closing concert of the summer festival Artissimo in Pärnu. Alexis regularly takes part in chamber music concerts organised by Ars Fidelis association in Paris. He was also invited to play in trio for the ‘’FamilyConcert’’ of the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel ( Belgium ) in November 2019 From 2019, Alexis is one of the members of Libertalia Ensemble , created by David Castrobalbi, Loan Casal and Nicolas Kruger
Livia Gruppo Maurel is franco-italian, she was born in 2005, 16th, March, in Paris. She started her musical studies when she was 5 years old and works currently under the supervision of Professor Miroslav Roussine, Paris and Maestro Maurizio Sciarretta, Bologne. She was semi-finaliste at the Ysaye International Music Competition in 2019, recently participated to the3rd Kocian Violin Competition and XI International BALYS Dvarionas Competition. Livia has been selected by the following organizations to play concerts: Ars Fidelis and the Concerts Quinault (Paris 75015), Heures Musicales du Marais held by Aline Artinian (Paris 75004), Piano et Compagnie, held by Gabriella Torma. She performs regularly with the Karlovy Vary symphonic orchestra, under the supervison of Martin Peschik. Antonio Covello composed for Livia a piece called “Trois Mouvements Immobiles”.
Anne-Mai Palm on lõpetanud Eesti Muusika- ja Teatriakadeemia, Lilian Semperi klaveriklassis. Koos abikaasaga täiendas ta end USAs( Akroni ülikoolis ja Alabama ülikoolis). Õpingute ajal oli Anne-Mai täiskohaga kontsertmeister ülikoolis, mis andis talle rohkeid võimalusi kammermuusikaks. Ta on saanud koos töötada paljude artistidega Eestist, USAst, Venemaalt, Rumeeniast, Hiinast, Jaapanist, Koreast ja teistest riikidest.
Ta on soleerinud Akroni Ülikooli Orkestriga, Vanemuise orkestriga ja Elleri nim. Muusikakooli Sümfonietiga.
Praegu töötab Anne-Mai Elleri Muusikakoolis klaveriõpetaja ja kontsertmeistrina, mille kõrvalt tegutseb aktiivselt kammermuusikaga.