Vladimir Potansky

Vladimir Potansky

(Vocals)

Russian opera singer (tenor). Classical Crossover style performer. Laureate of international competitions. Guest soloist of the Vienna State Opera (Austria) and a number of other theatres and philharmonic societies. Member of the International Union of Musical Statesmen (IUMS). Jury chairman and jury member of international competitions. Organizer and manager of several international art projects.

Olga Sinyaeva

Olga Sinyaeva

(Singer, vocal teacher)

Vocal teacher at the Faculty of Variety and Jazz Singing of the Russian Academy of Music named after Gnesins. Music editor and teacher of the “Blue Bird” TV project on the “Russia Channel”. In 2013 she took part in “The Voice” project on Channel One. Soloist of her own “All See Band”, soloist of the jazz orchestra conducted by People's Artist of Russia Anatoly Kroll. As a resident of the “Jazz Parking” project, she performed on the same stage with such world stars as Richard Bona, Sandy Patton, Kevin Mahogany.

Sasha Vista

Sasha Vista

(Vocalist, composer, poetry author)

Ex-artist of “Lenkom” theatre as a member of “Araks” band. Laureate of the “Golden Stag” vocal competition in Romania. Finalist of the competition to replace Phil Collins in "Genesis" band. Special guest at Brian May concert in Moscow. Guest vocalist of the "Gnessin Virtuosos" orchestra of the Gnessin State Musical College.

Selim Alakhyarov

Selim Alakhyarov

(Vocals)

Winner of the main vocal project of the country - "The Voice" (6th season). Honoured Artist of the Republic of Dagestan. Winner of the Grand Prix of the international competition "Golden Voice of Russia". Soloist of “Gradsky Hall” Theatre. Laureate of all-Russian and international competitions. Founder of the vocal academy - "Selim's Voice Academy". Permanent member of the jury of Russian and international competitions. Mentor of the first television musical project among young performers of the North Caucasian Federal District - "Superstar".

Victoria Kudryavtseva

Victoria Kudryavtseva

(Singer, teacher)

Associate Professor of the Department of Variety and Jazz Art, Institute of Fine Arts, Moscow State Pedagogical University. Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences. Laureate of the first prize at the All-Russian competition of young singers dedicated to the 120th anniversary of N.A. Obukhova’s birth. Laureate of the first prize at the 4th international competition "Contemporary Art and Education" ("Muses of the World"). Jury member of many international competitions and festivals.

Andrey Tsvetkov-Tolbin

Andrey Tsvetkov-Tolbin

(Actor, director, teacher)

Russian actor and music theatre director, soloist of the chamber stage named after B. Pokrovsky of the Bolshoi Theatre of Russia, director-teacher of the State Music Pedagogical Institute named after M.M. Ippolitov-Ivanov, winner of the "NANO-OPERA" prize, and also awarded with a medal and diploma of the President of the Russian Federation V.V. Putin and a letter of gratitude.

Anton Baronin

Anton Baronin

(Jazz and academic pianist)

Graduated from Moscow State Conservatory named after P.I. Tchaikovsky. For more than 15 years he played in Igor Butman's quartet and orchestra, collaborated with famous jazzmen such as German Lukyanov, Vadim Eilenkrig, the Bril brothers, Anatoly Gerasimov, Vitaly Golovnev, Anna Koroleva, Yevgeny Pobozhiy. Participated in joint projects with such jazz legends as Benny Golson, Michael Brecker, Wynton Marsalis, as well as George Benson, Randy Brecker, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Bill Evans, Will Vinson, Joe Locke, Kevin Mahogany, Paul Bollenback. He collaborated and toured as an academic pianist with the orchestra conducted by Yuri Bashmet. He is the head of his own project - “Orchestra 2.0” trio, with which he successfully tours in Russia and abroad.