Our festival is about 15 performers and special authentic pieces. We gather esclusive groups and individual performer from several countries. Our Festival is a fascinating melting pot of abilities from different cultures. 

Valentin Bartes -Choreographer,stage director Japan,Italy

Valentin Bartes is a graduate of the Romanian National Ballet School in the city of Cluj 1993. While still a student, Mr. Bartes had received four gold medals at the Romanian National Ballet Competition and, upon graduation, joined the Cluj National Ballet Theatre, in 1993, as a soloist dancer. From 1994 to 1996, he was a soloist with the Croatian National Ballet Theatre in Zagreb, and then in Spilt. He also performed as a guest artist with the Westchester Ballet Company in New York, USA in its annual productions of The Nutcracker from 1992 to 1998.
Recive the Award of the year of Split <Croatian National Theater for the role of ,,Nurali,, in ,The Fountain of Bakhchisarai in 1995. In 1996, Mr. Bartes moved to Japan and embarked on a career of an independent guest artist and choreographer.20014-2015 guest ballet master and choreographer at State Ballet of Georgia and Cairo Opera House. President of Cultural Association Arte Italia.

Video as interpreter and choreographer in Japan

1. David Crescenzi

Pianist, Chorus Master and Orchestra Conductor.
He started his career as accompanist and substitute conductor in several theaters and lyrical festivals, both in Italy and abroad, and now he is a twenty-year career Orchestra Conductor and Chorus Master.
From September 2014 he’s Artistic Director and Principal Conductor of Cairo Opera Orchestra​

2. Marchigiana Philarmonic Orchestra and chorchorus of Marchigiana Philharmonic Orchestra

FORM-Orchestra Filarmonica Marchigiana (Foundation Regional Orchestra of Le Marche – the Philharmonic Orchestra of Le Marche) is one of the thirteen Italian Istituzioni Concertistiche Orchestrali (ICO – Orchestra Concert Institutions) recognized by the Ministry of Cultural Resources.
The Orchestra has a highly flexible and adaptable approach on the artistic and interpretation level to both the lyric and symphonic repertoires, as noted by all the performers and conductors that have worked with it over the years​

3. Carmen Topciu

Mezzo soprano Romanian National Opera HouseShe studied at the Music Academy Gheorghe Dima fom Cluj Napoca. In 2007 she won first prize at the Haricleea Darclee contest held in Braila and also first prize at the Romanian Lied Festival in Brasov, Romania. She studied in Romania with Ion Buzea, Marius Vlad, Virginia Zeani.In 2010 she won the AS.LI.CO. contest in Como Italy where she received a grant which allowed her to study with grand maestros such as: Mariella Devia, Luciana Serra, Alfonso Antoniozzi, Tiziana Fabbricini. In 2011 she won First Prize at the Puccini Contest city of Lucca.

4. Antonino Interisano

Dramatic Tenor, Antonino Interisano was born in Enna, Italy and began his vocal studies at the age of nineteen. He entered the “Giuseppe Di Stefano” competition of Trapani winning a scholarship as the best young voice and was
given the role of Rodrigo and covered the role of Ernani. He is also very familiar with the concert stage having been a part of numerous concert tours throughout Germany, Switzerland and Sicily and was heard as the tenor soloist in Rossini’s Stabat Mater and Verdi’s Requiem.

5. Rasha Talaat

Born in Egypt and graduate from Music Conservatory of Cairo in 2002. Internationaly aclaimed sopran performing in theaters such as Bratislava Opera House, Romanina Opera House,Wien Statsoper,Budapest Opera House in roles like Rigoletto di Verdi (Gilda), Turandot by Puccini (Liù), Un ballo in maschera by Verdi (Oscar), The Magic Flute by Mozart (Regina della notte) e L'Elixir d'Amore by Donizetti.

6. Gelu Dobrea Opera singer bass

2006 – 2010: Music University Timisoara – Canto(Classic singing)-Bachelor Degree

2010-2012: Music University Timisoara-Master Degree
His international carier includes important roles in opera such as WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
· „Le nozze di Figaro”- Bartolo -Hungarian Opera House Cluj – Napoca, Klassik Festival Schloss Kirchstette,
· „Die Zauberflöte”-Sarastro
· „Don Giovanni”- Il Commendatore - Klassik Festival Schloss Kirchstetten,
· „Il barbiere di Siviglia”- Don Basilio
· „Rigoletto”- Monterone-
- Sparafucille- - Opera House Timisoara, Klassik Festival

7. Stefano Meo bariton italia Lirica

Young italian baritone gifted by an impressive stage presence and a dark, charismatic voice in the best tradition of Italian ‘900 singing school. He is particularly appreciated for his exceptional mastery, vocal flexibility and great extension of his dramatic voice.
In 2014 he debuted as Solo voice in the Rome’s Opera House production of Orff’s “Carmina Burana” conducted by M° Gabbiani and he is conducted by M° Riccardo Muti in the Puccini’s Manon Lescaut directed by Chiara Muti. He recorded the first complete Mozart’s Masonic Music Collection for the Phoenix Recording House, first world complete recordings of the Mozart’s Masonic Music. He was conducted by great Conducer: Riccardo Muti, Nello Santi, Gian Luigi Gelmetti, Steven Mercurio, Bruno Campanella.

8. Iman Moustafà soprano Cairo Opera House

Graduated with distinction from the Cairo Conservatoire in 1986.
She obtained her doctoral degree with honors in Paris where she had studied and performed with famous soprano Caroline Dumas.
She received first prize in oriental and opera singing at the Cultural Supreme Council Competition in 1981, and in the same year represented Egypt in an international competition in Toulouse, France. Her repertoire includes roles in many operas such as: Thais, Les Pecheurs de Perles, La Boheme, La Traviata, Tosca, Aida 2002 near the site of Pyramids, Madama Butterfly, Cavalleria Rusticana and Don Giovanni. Currently, she is the head of the singing department at the Cairo Conservatoire.

9. State Ballet of Georgia

The State Ballet of Georgia is the ballet company of the Tbilisi Z. Paliashvilil Opera and Ballet State Theatre. Nina Ananiashvili Russian Bolshoi Ballet Star has been artistic director since 2004. Its repertory includes works by Ashton, Balanchine, Bournonville, Kylián, Ratmansky, Possokhov, McIntyre and others.HIghly international aclaimed ballet company is famouse for theyr solid technique and impresive artistical expresion.

10. Kamui Samurai sword artist – Japan

Kamui is a world-wide "Samurai Sword Artist" group. Kamui was established and is led by Tetsuro Shimaguchi, and its performance is based on the original method, “Kengido,” which is a mixed style of Japanese sword play (Kenjutsu) and expressive arts. Kamui is based in Tokyo, Japan, and has given performances to theaters and festivals in many countries, including the United States, Italy, Poland, England, France, Spain, and Vietnam. Kamui disseminates its blend of traditional and innovative modern Japanese “Samurai” culture to the world through public workshops, performances at schools, and lectures.

11. Compania Flamenco La Milana – Spain

HIghly aclaimed Spanish traditional andalussian dance and sing performers with unbelivebale power ,energy on stage.Stuning performers of flamenco show performance.

12.State Academic Ensemble Rustavi of georgian folk song and dance

Ensemble was created in 1968 by Anzor Erkomaishvili, a singer and folklorist from a distinguished Georgian musical lineage that goes back seven generations. Since its formation Rustavi has successfully toured about 70 countries of the world, always receiving the most glowing comments – even from the toughest of critics.
Songs and dances for work and war, spectacular costumes, the unique Georgian style of polyphonic singing and rich voices characterize the Rustavi Choir. Their intense sacred hymns with their overlapping, continuously moving harmonies are spellbinding. Rustavi is also performing a high-quality comprising national and diverse traditional dances. Excellent costumes, brilliant performance, and elaborate choreography.

13. Li Pistacoppi folk group Italy

The cultural association "Li Pistacoppi" a folk group "City of Macerata" was born in 1979 on initiative of some young people with the scope of keeping alive and spreading the culture and the popular traditions of the people from Macerata and the Marche region.
"Pistacoppi" is a popular name with which they call pigeons in Macerata and also the inhabitants of Macerata. Apart from Italy "Li Pistacoppi " has participated in numerous festival international festivals in important European cities, in local and national television programmes becoming more popular with the public.

14. The Royal Ballet School – England ( youth festival)

The School was founded in 1926, when Dame Ninette de Valois opened her Academy of Choreographic Art. Inspired to create a repertory ballet company and school, she collaborated with Lilian Baylis, lessee and Manager of the Old Vic Theatre. The School has become both the leading classical ballet school in the United Kingdom earning government support and an international institution which attracts the very best ballet students worldwide.

15. Professional Folk Ensemble “Cindrelul-Junii Sibiului” – Romania

The choreographer's talent together with the dancers efforts was seen in many shows at local, county and national level, and participation in international competitions and festivals in Europe, Asia, Africa and North America. Each time, the ensemble had a varied repertoire, illustrating all folk areas of Romania. Participation in national and international festivals were crowned with awards such as those made in 1964 and 1967 at National Contest of amateur teams in 1969, the International Folklore Festival '69 Romania - Bucharest, 1970 International Festival "Migdalului in bloom" - Agrigento, Italy, in 1973, the International Festival of Longollen, UK etc.