Born in Minsk Belarus, Julia started to play piano at the age of 6. After finishing Glinka Music High School in Minsk she was invited to study at the Malmö Academy of Music in Sweden where she also did her Soloist Diploma with prof. Hans Pålsson. Julia also studied at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki for prof. Juhani Lagerspetz. She continues her education as a soloist under the guidance of prof. Konstantin Bogino in Bergamo and prof.Norma Fisher in London. Julia is also an assistant of Maestro Bogino in Italy.
Julia has made several recordings for different contexts.One example is Jubilee CD “Sounds of Lund University” where she recorded the piece by the Swedish composer Hans Gefors. She also made interviews and recordings for Swedish Radio that have been broadcasted in Sweden and abroad.
Since 2008 Julia has been collaborating with the international soloist,trumpet player and conductor Håkan Hardenberger . They have successfully performed in Scandinavia and Europe including “La Biennale” in Venice.
Julia has also been invited to participate at the most prestigious international festivals such as “Britt Music Festival”(USA),Yamaha International Festival and London Master Classes(UK),”Citta di Lucca”(Italy), Båstad Chamber Music Festival and Connect Festival in Sweden. She has been played for such renowned musician as Norma Fisher, Alexander Tutunov, Jerome Lowenthal and Peter Donohoe.
Julia regularly performs with the leading Swedish orchestras. Conductors with whom she has had pleasure to perform with including Marc Soustrot,Mattew Rowe,Mats Rondin and many others.
Julia has won many awards and scholarships.In 2008 she was awarded a scholarship as the Best Female pianist in the Öresund region. And in 2011 she was chosen as the Best Female Artist in Sweden by Fredrika Bremmer Federation.
Born in St.Petersburg (Leningrad), Anton Lasine started to play violin at the age of 5 and performed frequently as a soloist throughout his early studies. In both the years of 1984 and 1985 he was awarded 1st Prize at the Competition for Young Violinists of the Northern Region of Soviet Union.
In 1986, Anton Lasine attended Rimsky-Korsakov Music College in St.Petersburg and continued his education at the St.Petersburg Rimsky-Korsakov State Conservatoire, graduating with a diploma and titles as a soloist, chamber music performer, orchestra musician and teacher. Moving to Scandinavia in 1994, Anton continued his studies with Prof. Alexander Fischer at the Malmö Music Conservatory in Sweden.
Anton Lasine is an active artist, performing both as a chamber musician and soloist in Russia, throughout Europe and Scandinavia. He has performed as a soloist with many orchestras including Malmö Symfoniorkester, Copenhagen Phil, Malmö Opera. Since 1995, Anton has been engaged, both as Concertmaster and tutti violin, by symphony orchestras in Denmark and Sweden, including Copenhagen Phil, Malmö Opera, Jönköpings Sinfonietta, Lundalands Filarmoniska Orkester. He is currently engaged as assistant Concertmaster in the Royal Danish Orchestra in Copenhagen.