Career as a pianist and teacher Dmitry Bashkirov A. covers a period of more than half a century. Speaking in the most famous concert halls, he has collaborated with such eminent conductors as Vladimir Ashkenazy, Daniel Barenboim, who became not only a colleague Bashkirova on the stage, but his son-in-law, Zubin Mehta, played in ensembles with Gidon Kremer and others. Working as a Professor at the Moscow Conservatory and the High school of music Queen Sofia in Madrid, Dmitri Bashkirov has brought up a whole pleiad of pianists, including Arkady, Volodos, Eugene Kissin, Nikolai Demidenko, Dmitri Alexeev, and others.

Andrew Osokin inherited from his father, Professor Sergey Osokin unique creative method of teaching. After graduating with honors from the Royal Academy of music in London, where he received a diploma of a teacher, Andrew returned to Latvia and, in parallel with the concert performances, master classes not only in Latvia, but also abroad.

To apply for participation in master classes and a scholarship is possible until 22 June on the official page Agency Aira Laiviņa Aritsts. Workshops will be held in the Great hall of the school named Urana in Riga and will be open to everyone to listen to the lessons.