Duo Inspiro

Duo Inspiro is a duo founded in 2014 by the international students of Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory. They successfully presented their programs in Rachmaninov and Small Halls of Moscow Conservatory, Yamaha Artist Service Moscow, Culture Centre ZIL, Chamber Hall of the Moscow International Music House in Russia, Verhni Horad Concert Hall in Minsk, Belarus and in the Concert Hall of the Academy of Music of Pinerolo in Italy. Duo Inspiro is a permanent member of the Bösendorfer Loft Philharmonie project and Metro Concert Art project. Their repertoire includes various masterpieces from classic to contemporary periods, including the masterpieces composed by J.Brahms, R.Schumann, J.Rheinberger, A.Berg, G.Verdi-L.Bassi, P.Hindemith, M.Weinberg, F.Poulenc, A.Maiseyenka and many others. Their interpretations are marked as mature, impressing, inspiring, reflecting the artists’ attention to the composers’ texts and ideas.
About the members:
Anton Moiseyenko was born in 1992 in Minsk, Belarus.
He started studying clarinet with his father V. Moiseyenko at the age of 10 in Music College in Minsk.
In 2007 Anton became a student of prof. E. Petrov in Central Music School in Moscow and in 2016 he had graduated from the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory. In 2012 he became the winner of the TWIYCA Competitions (Great Britain) and shortly after that appeared with solo performances in St.Martin-in-the-fields in London and at Perlman Stage of the Carnegie Hall in New York City, USA. In 2013 he became the winner of the BJIMC Competition in China. As a soloist Anton performed in the cities of Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Poland, Germany, Italy, Spain, Great Britain and USA. From 2014 Anton is the principal clarinet of the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra in Moscow.
Helen Moiseyenko was born in 1993 in Moldova.
At the age of 6 she started studying music in Ukraine in Children Music School. In 2005 Helen went to study piano in Stolyarsky State Music School in Odessa. In 2011-2016 Helen was studying with prof.  R. Ostrovsky in Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory. In 2015 Helen was studying with prof. E. Nebolsin in Hochschule fur Musik Hanns Eisler. She participated in concerts and master classes in Spain, Belgium, France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany and other countries. Helen is the winner of International S. Richter Piano Competition (Zhitomir, Ukraine) in 2005, International Piano Competition «Free style» (Bern, Switzerland) in 2010 and International Music Competition Leopold Bellan (Paris, France) in 2015.