Franz-Paul Decker (June 26, 1923) is a German-born conductor.
Aloys (born 14 May 1931) and Alfons (9 October 1932 – 5 May 2010) Kontarsky were German duo-pianist brothers who were associated with a number of important world premieres of contemporary works. They had an international reputation for performing modern music for two pianists, although they also performed the standard repertoire and they sometimes played separately. They were occasionally joined by their younger brother Bernhard in performances of pieces for three pianos.
Asier Polo is a Spanish cellist.
Willy Decker (born 1950) is a German theatre director, particularly known for his opera productions. He staged the world premieres of Hans Werner Henze's Pollicino (Montepulciano, 1980), Antonio Bibalo's Macbeth (Oslo, 1990), and Aribert Reimann's Das Schloss (The Castle) (Berlin, 1992).
Bernhard Kontarsky (born 26 April 1937 in Iserlohn) is a German conductor, pianist, and teacher.
Tadashi Sasaki is a classical guitarist born in Tokyo, Japan. Today he lives in Germany, where he is a professor at "Hochschule für Musik Köln - Standort Aachen" in Aachen.
Otto Gerdes (born January 20, 1920 in Cologne and died June 15, 1989) was a German conductor and record producer.
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