ANNA FÜRJES . MEZZO-SOPRANOBorn in 1996 in Budapest, began her vocal studies at the age of 14, at the Béla Bartók Music Secondary School of the Liszt Academy. She is a student of the Franz Liszt Academy of Music vocal program, where she improves her know- ledge under the guidance of soprano Andrea Meláth. She has been awarded in national competitions. In 2017, she was invited to the Armel Opera Festival in Budapest and to the Mezinárodní Hudební Festival Pražské Jaro, the International Spring Music Festival in Prague. MIROSLAV SÝKORA . TENORHe was born in 1988 in Kralovsky Chlmec, Slovakia. After completing the piano studies at the School of Arts of his hometown, was admitted to the Conservatory of Kosice, where he graduated in classical canto. After gradua- ting, he joined the National Theatre Company as a member of the choir but also performing solo. He was honoured with the 2014 Discovery prize of the Year, the Týtý Prize, in Prague (Czech Republic). He entered the Franz Liszt Academy of Music classical course, where he studied under the guidance of Magda Nádor. JAN VOJTEK . PIANOHe was born in 1995 in Brno, Czech Republic, and started playing at age of five. He studied at the Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts, in Brno, standing out as a student of Jiří Doležel, which gave him the opportunity to play with Czech and Lithuanian national orchestras. He also participated on a Mozartian Tour with the Národní Divadlo Orchestra of the National Theatre of Brno. He participated with distinction in several competitions, winning several awards. He attended Béla Bartók Music Secondary School in Budapest. Currently, he is a student of the Franz Liszt Academy of Music, perfecting his knowledge under the guidance of Gábor Eckhardt, Attila Némethy and Gábor Farkas. ŁUKASZ PIASECKI . PIANOA native of Poland, he decided to become a pianist as a child. Attended a secondary school specialized in Music, where he graduated with distinction. He was then admitted to the famous Fryderyk Chopin University of Music, in Warsaw, where he studied under the guidance of Anna Jastrzebska-Quinn. He continued training at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music, as a student of Gábor Eckhardt. A Chopin's afficionado, he has also devoted himself to contemporary Polish music and to the chamber music repertoire. In 2016, he won the 2nd prize of the Concorso Internazionale di Esecutione Musicale "Premio Citta", of Padua. KRISTINA VOCETKOVA . CELLOA native of the Czech Republic, she started playing the cello at the age of six, in the class of Katerina Hronikova. At the age of 14, she entered the Prague Conservatory, standing out as a student of Jaroslav Kulhan, who helped her being admitted to the Juilliard School in New York and the Franz Liszt Academy of Music, where she studied with Csaba Onczay. She participated with distinction in more than 20 national and international competitions, winning several awards. In 2010, received a grant from the Yamaha Music Foundation of Europe. In addition to performing in chamber music and orchestra, she has performed as a soloist, collaborating with several renowned orchestras and pianists from the Czech Republic. The duo of strings that she founded with the violinist Matous Peruska won several competitions and was distinguished with several prizes. GABRIELA JÍLKOVÁ . CIMBALOMBorn in 1994 in Ostrava, Czech Republic, she won four times the first prize at the International Cimbalom Festival in Valašské Meziříčí, which opened her doors to solo concerts at the Hukvaldy International Music Festival in 2006 and 2014. She graduated with the Janáčkova Filharmonie Ostrava in 2015, playing the Concerto for Cimbalom and String Orchestra, authored by her master, Daniel Skála. She regularly collaborates on projects of other musicians. With Icelander clarinettist Auður Edda Erlendsdóttir, won the national chamber music competition of Iceland in 2016 and together performed the opening concert of the Icelandic Chamber Music Festival in 2017. She leads the traditional music group Pramínky and collaborates with famous ensembles, among them the Youkio Sawy Trio, from Japan. At the moment, Gabriela Jílková continues improving her studies at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music.