Prof. Wolfgang Zill has been teaching piano for more than 30 years at the Hanover University for Music, Drama and Media, where he is responsible for the subject didactics and methods of piano. Many of his students have won awards in famous piano competitions. Zill is active as pianist, lecturer and jury member in Germany and abroad.
The musician, lecturer and festival manager Prof. Markus Becker has received numerous awards for his CDs. Becker is regularly on stage at famous festivals and performs together with renowned orchestras. Besides his passion for chamber music, Becker is also famous as a virtuoso jazz pianist.
The Japanese pianist Prof. Yuka Imamine has received numerous awards at famous piano competitions. She performs as soloist together with renowned orchestras and regularly gives piano recitals. Yuka Imamine's work has been documented in various radio and TV productions. Her solo CD with works by Schubert and Ravel received particular attention. Besides lecturing at the University for Music and Theatre in Munich, Imamine is active as pianist, teacher and jury member in Europe and Asia.
The pianist Tim Ovens, based in Hanover and Vienna, teaches piano at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna. Ovens has founded a music academy (Vienna Music Academy) in China and also teaches at the China Conservatory for Music in Beijing as visiting professor. His broad repertoire focuses on works by Robert Schumann and Claude Debussy, as well as on contemporary music.
The German artist of Ukrainian origin Prof. Dr. Milana Chernyavska is a sought-after professor at international master classes as well as a jury member at various renowned piano competitions. Her students regularly win first prizes at important international competitions such as Santander, Busoni, Maria Canals, Vendom Prize, Malta and many more. As professor for piano, she has been teaching at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz since 2009. Furthermore, she has been a professor at the International Music Academy in the Principality of Liechtenstein since 2010.