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Classics from the other side 

“Classics from the Other Side” was started with the inspiration of bringing together young musicians from Asia and Europe to connect our cultures through chamber music. Music has the ability to bridge cultural misconceptions and divides: The medium of chamber music is ideal, as it is an unique form of collaboration where every individual is equal. We aim to create a multi-national, cooperative network of performance opportunity connecting the younger generation of dedicated professional musicians with experienced mentors on stage, as well as to give young musicians a platform to showcase their artistic voices. ​

About Classics from the Other Side

Hear the CFOS Public Prize Artists 2024 live in Our "Rising Talents" Concert in the Bösendorfer Saal of the Mozarthaus!

Ania and Sophie Druml


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Ania Druml has been featured in the program "Kultur Heute" on ORF III, and received numerous prizes and awards which have led to concert appearances to China, all over Europe, and the USA.


Sophie Druml has been described by the "Mittelbayerische Zeitung" as "an exceptional talent who impresses the audience with her technical and creative abilities". Her collaboration and world tour with TwoSet Violin as "Sophie Oui Oui" has reached cult status and over 15.000.000 views.


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“A lyrical and scintillating performance... Ting projected a rich tone in her lower register, and showed impressive agility in complex passages: Her stage presence was as charming as her violin playing."

Cleveland Classical

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Belle Ting has performed with orchestras worldwide, including the  Cleveland Symphony Orchestra and the National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra.
She has won top prizes at the International Brahms Competition and the International Khachaturian Competition, and has performed at events including the Verbier Festival in Switzerland.

Belle's debut album, “Impressions”, focuses on the works of French Impressionism: Her performances have also been broadcast on ORF, IDAGIO, Classic FM and

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Korean-American pianist Margaret Kim has performed throughout Europe and the United States as both a soloist and chamber musician, in venues such as the Chicago Cultural Center, the Chateau de Fontainebleau, the Bösendorfer Salon, the Vienna Musikverein, and at festivals such as the Bowdoin International Music Festival and the Music Academy of the West.

Margaret has received numerous awards and scholarships, including the Jack Kent Cooke Talent Development Award, the Jerome and Elaine Nerenberg Foundation Scholarship and the Ravel Prix from the Écoles d'Art Americaines de Fontainebleau.

Margaret earned her bachelor of music from Mannes College in New York, her master of music from Northwestern University of Chicago, and completed her master's degree in chamber music at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. She studied intensively with Avedis Kouyoumdjian, Srebra Gelleva, Jura Margulis, Ignat Solzhenitsyn, and Angela Hewitt. Since October 2023 she has been working as staff pianist at the Bernstein Institute of the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. 


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