Hannes Schöggl finished his master in percussion with distinction in 2021 at the Music and Arts University of the city of Vienna with Prof. Nebojša Jovan Živkovic. His musical abilities in many different styles allowed him to perform as a soloist in venues like Musikverein Wien and Auditorio Santa Cruz de Teneriffa and in many ensembles (Studio Percussion Graz, Ensemble XX. Jahrhundert, Schlagwerk Wien, …) and orchestras (Neue Oper Wien, Corean Chamber Orchestra, Russian State Symphony, etc). He received several prizes, like the 1st prize and Grand Prix at Drumsfest Russia in Moscow in 2016 and works also as educator and composer.
Maria Mogas Gensana is an accordionist specialized in the interpretation of contemporary music, member of the contemporary music Ensamble Vertixe Sonora (ESP), Duo Ar (accordion duo), Aer Duo and Between feathers (AT). She completed her Bachelor studies with Prof. Iñaki Alberdi in Musikene (ESP) and master degree PPCM (Performance Practice of Contemporary Music) with Prof. Krassimir Sterev and Klangforum Wien at Kunstuniversität Graz. She has performed in several contemporary music festivals or academies like Klangspuren-Schwaz, Mixtur Festival, FAT, Carmelo Bernaola, Biennale Graz, Impuls Festival, ENSEMS Festival, RESIS Festival, Oper Graz.
Audrey G. Perreault is a canadian new music flute player based in Vienna, Austria. She completed her Doctorate in flute performance in 2015 at Université de Montréal (CA) with Lise Daoust. In 2019-2020 she studied with the musicians of Klangforum during a Postgraduate at the Kunsuniversität Graz (Performance Practice in Contemporary Music). She is a founder of the Woodwind quintet Brevà (CA) and between feathers (AT). G. Perreault worked with ensembles such as Nouvel ensemble moderne (CA), Schallfeld Ensemble (AT) and Szene Instrumental (AT).
Elīna Viļuma-Helling is a latvian new music singer who worked with different ensembles such as Schallfeld and Szene Instrumental. In 2018 she joined the vocal ensemble Cantando Admont in which she performed in prestigious venues like the Teatro de Colon in Buenos Aires and the Salzburg Festival.