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Sandro Eristavi

An accomplished guitarist, singer and composer, Sandro is equally at home in jazz, blues, classical and ethnic music. From his childhood he was immersed on one hand in classical music and jazz (his mother is a renown classical and jazz pianist Margarita Chkheidze) and on the other - in the musical culture of his native Georgia, a country famous for its breathtaking polyphonic and polyrhythmic folk music. He started his musical career in Soviet Union as a leader of a duo with his sister, vocalist Tamara Eristavi. With their unique blend of musical styles - ethnic Russian and Georgian music, folk, rock, jazz, bossa nova, tango - and Sandro’s songwriting talent, the duo quickly became popular across the country, followed by prizes in national songwriters’ competitions; documentary about the duo on National TV; recording of a soundtrack for a movie; inclusion in the encyclopedia of Russian songwriters; participation of the duo in one of the first US-Soviet Space Bridge telecasts; performances as a part of the cultural program of 12th World Festival of Youth and Students; numerous broadcasts of the duo’s performances on National radio and TV; and international tours (Germany, Poland, France). In the 90s Sandro moved to Southern California, where he released three CD albums (“Russian and Georgian Romantic Ballads” with Tamara; “Stratocaster Carols” - his renditions of popular Christmas Carols; “Blue Sharp Minor” - an album of original blues compositions) distributed by iTunes, Amazon and CD Baby. Songs from the blues album have been broadcasted numerous times on K-Jazz 88.1FM radio.


Christina Wu

Versatile, charismatic and passionate, native Chinese violinist Christina Wu is recognized as an international recitalist, chamber musician, and educator. Prize winner of Cynthia Woods Mitchell International Young Artist Competition, Ms. Wu has been performing extensively through Asia, North America, and Europe at various venues including Esplanede Concert Hall, Victoria Concert Hall, Carnegie Music Hall, and Helmut List Halle. As an active chamber musician, Ms. Wu has served as the first violin in Washington Symphony Orchestra, Singapore Symphony Orchestra, Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra, Butler Symphony Orchestra, Wheeling Symphony Orchestra, and Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic. She was also a selected member of the Youth Orchestra of the World played in the Youth Olympics Games Opening Ceremony and Gala Concert 2010. She has collaborated with the legendary pianist Leon Fleishcr, Kiri Te Kanawa, Vienna Boys’ Choir, Jose Carreras, Claus Peter Flor, and Alan Gilbert. Started on violin at the age of five, Ms. Wu received her early training at the Wuhan Conservatory of Music. She earned her Bachelor Degree in violin performance with honors under Zuo Jun and Alexandra Souptcl at the National University of Singapore. She received her Master Degree and Performance Diploma from Carnegie Mellon University under the tutelage of Cyrus Forough, who himself studied under the legendary violinist David Oistrakh. She plays on a 1785 Nicolo Bergonzi on a generous loan from the Rin collection.


Zhou Long

Since her solo debut at age 17, award-winning cellist Zhou Long finished her master’s degree at the Cleveland Institute of Music. She has performed internationally as a soloist and collaborative musician. Ms. Long has performed with the Bloomington Symphony Orchestra, Fargo/Moorhead Orchestra, Concordia Symphony Orchestra, and Vivaldi Conservatory Orchestra. Ms. Long was a prized winner in the Minnesota Orchestra Yong Artist Competition and was the winner of American String Teachers Association string competition. She was runner-up in the Minneapolis, Schubert Club Competition. She was also a featured soloist with the Concordia College choir in PBS’s Grammy winning production of Concordia College’s Christmas Concert. Ms. Long has been heard on radio broadcast presented by WCLV in Cleveland, OH. Not only has Ms. Long achieved her reputation as a cellist, she also has significant passion in education and music instruction. Ms. Long is a certified Suzuki Cello Instructor by Suzuki Association of the Americas. She believes that education is an important part of being a great musician.

The unique blend of our musical backgrounds and interests is reflected in our ever expanding repertoire:
Méditation from “Thaïs” - (classical) J.Massenet (violin, guitar);
Wedding March (Bridal Chorus) from “Lohengrin”- (classical) R.Wagner;
Wedding March - (classical) F.Mendelssohn;
Voices of Spring - (waltz) J.Strauss;
Canon in D - (classical) J.Pachelbel;
The Flower Duet from “Lakme” - (classical) L.Delibes (violin, cello);
Air on the G string - (classical) J.S.Bach;
Ave Maria - (classical) J.S.Bach/C.Gounod (violin, guitar);
J’attendrai - (jazz, in French) D.Olivieri/L.Poterat;
Don de Fluir - (latin, in Spanish) J.Drexler;
Tango in D - (tango) I.Albeniz;
El choclo (Kiss of Fire) - (tango, in English) A.Villoldo;
Por una Cabeza - (tango) C.Gardel/A.Le Pera;
Tired Sun - (tango, in Russian) J.Petersburski/J.Alvek;
Libertango – (tango) A.Piazzolla;