─ Ruben Dalibaltayan (1973) se je rodil v Erevanu v Armeniji. Študiral je pri Anahit Shahbazyan v Erevanu in Arthuru Berngardtu in Valeryju Kastelskem na Konservatoriju Čajkovski v Moskvi.

He has won ten prestigious international piano competitions in Armenia, China, Croatia and Italy. He is particularly dedicated to the promotion of works by Armenian and Croatian composers. For his double album Piano Works by Blagoy Bersa, he received the highest award of the Croatian Ministry of Culture - the Vladimir Nazor Prize.



─ graduated with honours from the G. Tartini Conservatory of Music in Trieste. After studying in France, she obtained her Master's degree in the USA at the Eastman University of Rochester (NY), where she won several national and international competitions, as well as the 2nd prize at the International Harp Competition in Israel. Bila je članica žirije v Izraelu, Parizu, Lilleu, Beogradu in Bloomingtonu (ZDA). Koncertira in vodi mojstrske tečaje po Evropi, Kitajski, Tajvanu in Turčiji.



─ a professor on the faculty of the School of music, and in 2007, the solo clarinetist Simfonikov of the radio-TELEVISION of Slovenia. Prior to that, he was twelve-years old a solo clarinetist in the Symphony orchestra, Slovenian philharmonic orchestra.
As a soloist, chamber musician and is a member of various chamber sestavov appearance of the home and abroad, and conducts seminars for clarinet and komorno of the game, and take part in the juries of international competitions.



─ musician, Janez Podlesek the concert master of the Orchestra, Slovenian philharmonic orchestra, and Chamber string orchestra, Slovenian philharmonic orchestra. Since the year of 2009, the regular functioning of the Academy of music in Ljubljana, where he leads a Chamber string orchestra and taught violin. Regular work in the triu Clavimerata and Godalnem that quartet, his Dissonance.



─ professor at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana. From 1996 to 2008 he was a solo flutist of the RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra. He completed his undergraduate and postgraduate studies at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana under Prof. Fedja Rupel. He studied in Firenze with Mario Ancillotti and at masterclasses led by Trevor Wye, Michael Debost, Peter-Lukas Graf and James



Igor Mitrović was born in 1968 in Beirut. He started teaching cello at the age of seven to Relja Ćetković. He studied in Ljubljana and Basel with Miloš Mlejnik and Antonio Meneses and chamber music with Walter Levin (LaSalle Quartet). During his studies, he took one year of lessons with Daniil Šafran, Janos Starker and Boris Pergamenshchikov, and in 1987 became a member of the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra.