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Ludwig Recordings

Christopher Ludwig • Composer

Christopher Ludwig • Composer
Christopher Ludwig is the creator of Ludwig Recordings.  He is also a highly accomplished composer, producer, flutist and poet.  Mr. Ludwig holds Bachelor degrees in Music and in Education, as well as a Master degree in Composition from the University of British Columbia.  Some of Ludwig’s teachers include renowned Canadian composers Stephen Chatman, Larry Nickel and Robert Pritchard.  He is currently an Associate Composer of the Canadian Music Centre.

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Cliff Ridley • Baritone

Cliff Ridley

Cliff Ridley has three previous recordings to his credit: “Ach des Knaben Augen” (Ah, the boy’s eyes), featuring songs of Hugo Wolf, Johannes Brahms and Gustav Mahler; “Gentle Lady, do not sing sad songs ---“, selections from the works of Jean Coulthard and Violet Archer: “Outward Voyage”, featuring Christopher Ludwig’s complete setting of the book of poems by Ken Cathers. 

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Tatiana Khvatova • Piano

Tatiana Khvatova

Tatiana Khvatova was born in Stupino, near Moscow.  Tatiana studied at the Gnesins Musical and Pedagogical College, and received her Masters Degree in both piano performance and pedagogy from The Russian Gnesins Academy of Music.  Before immigrating to Canada in 2008, Tatiana worked as piano teacher and accompanist at The Gnesins Music School, one of the most prestigious music schools in Russia. She also performed as a soloist with several philharmonic orchestras and was an accompanist at concerts and competitions in several of the great music halls in Moscow.

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Alina Khvatova - Violin

Alina Khvatova was born in Moscow, Russia in 1996. In 2008 she and her family moved to Canada where she studied with great teachers such as Robert Rozek, Andrew Dawes and Dale Barltrop. She has acquired her Music Performance diploma from Vancouver Academy of Music at the age of 18. Some of her achievements include winning the first place of

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Anna Vavilova • Piano

Anna Vavilova

Pianist Anna Vavilova, one of Vancouver’s most respected and distinguished solo and collaborative artists, was born and grew up in Daugavpils, Latvia, where she began her musical education with G.Starozicka. For advanced studies at Daugavpils Music College her principal teachers were A. Zelc and L. Lebedeva. Anna entered college at the age of 16 and by the age of 18 she was unanimously considered the best pianist in junior college, winning school competitions 3 years in a row.

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Danielle Marcinek • Piano

Danielle Marcinek
Danielle Marcinek holds a Bachelor of Music with distinction and an ARCT in Classical piano performance. Performing for royalty, dignitaries, politicians and celebrities at sea and on land across Europe, North America and abroad, she has developed an international reputation as a pianist and vocalist. The past few years Danielle held residencies at London England’s Savoy, Harrods and RAC lounges as pianist and vocalist.

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Samantha Fu • Flute

samflute1Samantha Fu’s passion for music led her to accomplish A.R.C.T Performance Diplomas in both piano and flute from the Royal Conservatory of Music (Toronto, Canada). Samantha is a member of the Vancouver Metropolitan Orchestra and the Ethos Collective, a new music and improv ensemble. She has also performed as an extra musician with the Vancouver and Vancouver Island Symphony Orchestras.

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Sammy Tseng • Flute

Vancouver flutist, Sammy Tseng, holds a MMus from the Universite de Montreal while studying with Denis Bluteau (OSM); he also obtained his BMus from the University of British Columbia where he studied with Brenda Fedoruk and Lorna McGhee. Sam has been an active participant in many masterclasses and worked with great flutists such as William Bennett, Emmanuel Pahud (Berlin Philharmonic), Mathieu Dufor, Lise Daoust, Patrick Gallois and Jeanne Baxtresser (New York Philharmonic).

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