The Pianist Nika Tkalec finished her lower music school with prof. Branimir Bilišk in Krško and continued her education at the Central Music and Ballet School in Ljubljana, where she graduated with honors in the class of prof. Janez Lovše.

In 2011 she graduated with a special praise of the summa cum laude in the class of Professor Tomaž Petrač. She also studied at the Conservatory of Music in Madrid with Professor Pilar Bilbao. As a soloist, she played with the Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra, the Ljubljana Opera Opera Orchestra, the Krško Music Symphony Orchestra, the Krško Wind Orchestra and the Brass Band of Slovenia. Nika is the winner of the Student Prešeren Prize for the Academy of Music. She regularly performs at Slovenian stages as a piano companion and chamber musician. He participates in festivals (Lent, Samobor Music Autumn, EPTA, AS, Euritmia), in the cycles of the Music Youth of Ljubljana, at seminars, summer schools (Celje, Radenci, Kranjska Gora, Dobrna, Podsreda). With the trombone Žan Tkalcem, a CD was shot in Berlin. She is currently working as a piano teacher at the Vrhnika Music School and as a professional assistant at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana.



Pianist Andreja Kosmač graduated from the Music Academy of Ljubljana University in the class of Professor Dubravka Tomšič Srebotnjak. She broadened her horizons at the Vienna Music Conservatoire with Professor Martyn van den Hoek and attended many piano master courses with famous pianists.

As a student, she took part in several competitions and held concerts. She won many awards (1991- the Mozart Piano Competition in Ljubljana, 1992, 1995- the National Young Piano Players Competition in Celje and Ljubljana, 1995- International Piano Competition Konzerteum in Greece). In 1996 she received The Music Academy prize »Presernova nagrada« for the recital staged in Zemono mansion. She also perfomed with The Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra and RTV Slovenian Orchestra as a soloist. In 2004 she gave the concert in Moscow with Moscow Chamber Orchestra Kremlin. Currently she plays mostly as a chamber musician, with renowned Slovenian and foreign artists, mainly singers and flutists. Often she cooperates at masterclasses lead by esteemed artists. As a teacher she is engaged at the Conservatorium for music and ballet in Ljubljana. She is also active as an accompanist at Academy of music University in Ljubljana.



Hermina Hudnik is a renowned Slovenian pianist, whose extensive experience and wide repertoire in the string literature have led her to be frequently invited to perform both at home and abroad. She graduated from the Academy of Music in Ljubljana in the class of Prof. Andrej Jarc. She studied at the summer schools of Arbo Valdma. She has won numerous prizes at competitions for young musicians.

She has collaborated with the RTV Slovenia Youth Choir and with renowned Slovenian musicians such as Janez Podlesek, Karmen Pečar, Boris Rener, Marcos Bajuk and Milan Hudnik. She works as an accompanist at the Ljubljana Conservatory of Music and as an artistic collaborator at violin and viola seminars.



Mirjam Strlič graduated with honors from the Academy of Music in Ljubljana in the class of prof. Aci Bertoncel. During her studies, she studied through the Erasmus program in Vienna and at summer seminars with S. Gadjijev, V. Lobanov, O. Maisenberg. After graduating, she gave concerts in various chamber ensembles in major cultural centers in Slovenia.

Together with cellist Gorazd Strlič, they played a large part of the cellist repertoire. Her performance is marked by musicality and technical sovereignty. She pays special attention to the music of Slovenian composers. She works at the Maribor Conservatory of Music and Ballet as a piano teacher and string accompanist. He successfully accompanies young students to performances, concerts and competitions. For her work, she received recognition for exemplary collaboration with competitors. Her students achieve visible results in both national and international competitions and convincingly represent the school at exchange concerts in Slovenia and abroad. In school. year 2017/18 received a charter Dr. Roman Klasinec for important pedagogical, artistic and organizational achievements at the Maribor Conservatory.



Born in 1988 in Slovenia, he studied piano at the Ljubljana Conservatory of Music, prof. Siavush Gadjiev. In 2006, he studied at the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique de Paris with Prof. R. Muraro, which was founded in 2011, and completed his Master's degree.