Maksym Dyedikov and Viorika Dyedikova were born 1987 on the Black Sea coast, Maksym in Odesa, Viorika in Crimea, 

both in families of musicians.


Life presented them possibilities to study in the leading European music academies, to practice with such great teachers as Zakhar Bron, Natalia Shakhovska, Natalia Gutman, Frans Helmerson, Gary Hoffman, Dmitri Bashkirov and to cooperate

with worldwide wellknown musicians -Yuri Bashmet, Vladimir Spivakov, Seiji Ozawa, Simon Rattle, Eliso Virsaladze, Oleh Krysa, etc.


Music critics described their playing as attractive, extremely sensitive, inspired, and at the same time full of deep meaning.


2008 Maksym was honored to perform for The British Royal Family; 2012 he awarded the honorary title “Best cellist of the year” by Cello Faculty of the Reina Sofia School of Music – the award, which he received personally from Queen Sofía of Spain.


Viorika from the very young years performed with the leading conductors of Ukraine and Europe and was a participant of all the national classical events. 2006 she awarded with honorary title “Woman of the third century”. 

While studying in Switzerland she won all the most popular competitions and the most prestigious stipendiums. 

Viorika was honored to play the Filius-Andreae Guarneri violin (1714) between 2008-2012 years.