Of russian origin, Artur Burmistrov arrived to Belgium in 2000. He entered Marie-Paule Cornia’s class at the Huy Conservatory of Music from which he graduated with the highest distinction in 2006. During that period he won several national and international competitions in Belgium, Italy and France (Lion’s Club in Namur, Grétry in Liège, International Competition of Picardie, Rovere d’Oro and Giovani Talenti in San Bartolomeo al Mare, Citta di San Gemini, Citta di Morcone, Andrée Charlier, Dexia Classics, Liège Piano Competition). In 2005, he received the “Namurois de l’année” prize in the “Young talent” category.
Born in Taiyuan, Zhuojun CHEN began her first steps in music at the age of four and was already scoring prizes as early as ten at the Xing Hai competition as well as the Yue Fu competition in China. This early success led her to meet great masters of the piano like Jiang Li Ping and Xu Zhong at the Conservatory of Wuhan. When she scored first in the piano examination of Shanxi, she chose to continue perfecting and developing her skills with her early teacher Cao Yi and then graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree at the College of Music, University of Shanxi. During this time, she also had the chance to study with famous Chinese pianists Chen Yin Li, Yang Jun, Guan Chang Xin.