Alexandra Peral (1995) was accepted at young age at the Barratt Due Institute of Music in Oslo. She is currently studying at the Norwegian Academy of Music with Professor Lars Anders Tomter.
Alexandra has participated in masterclasses with Almita Vamos, Dora Schwarzberg, Henning Kraggerud, Kyoko Takezawa, Isabelle van Keulen and Vilde Frang.
She has participated in several music festivals such as Festspillene i Bergen, Oslo Grieg Festival and Ultima Contemporary Festival, to name a few.
As a dedicated chamber musician, Alexandra is a member of the Trio Sol, which won in January 2017 1st prize at the chamber music competition at the Norwegian Academy of Music.
Ester is born and raised in Uppsala, Sweden.
She began her Bachelor studies at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm with teacher Steven Svensson, and finished at the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen with professors Lars Anders Tomter and Tim Frediksen, and chamber music coach Elisabeth Zeuthen Schneider. She is currently doing her Master Norwegian Academy of Music, Oslo with professor Lars Anders Tomter and Ida Bryhn.
Ester played in masterclasses with teachers such as Isabelle von Keulen, Alexander Zemtzov, Tatiana Masurenko, Claus Myrup, Jennifer Stumm, Stephanie Baer, Jensen Lam and Roland Vamos, and participated in festivals all over the Nordic countries, including Musica Nova, Finland, Aurora Festival, Sweden and Hvide Sande Festival, Denmark. Ester is a member of the Trio Sol, which won in January 2017 1st prize at the chamber music competition at the Norwegian Academy of Music.
Senja Rummukainen (1994) has studied in the Sibelius Academy with Professor Marko Ylönen and in Folkwang University der Künste with Professor Young-Chang Cho. 2016-2017 she studies in Truls Mørks class in the Norwegian Academy of Music.
Senja has participated masterclasses with professors such as David Geringas, Jens-Peter Maintz and Wolfgang Boettcher.
Senja Rummukainen was awarded the 1st prize in the Finnish National Cello Competition 2014 in Turku. In the summer 2015 Senja was one of the 3 finalists in the international Guilhermina Suggia Prize 2015- cello competition. She has performed in various music festivals such as Naantali Music Festival, Turku Music Festival, Kuhmo Chamber Music Festival, Kauniainen Music Festival, Oulu Music Festival, and RUSK Chamber Music Festival.
Currently Senja plays a cello by Stefano Scarampella (1897), generously loaned by Jorma Panula. Senja is a member of the Trio Sol, which won in January 2017 1st prize at the chamber music competition at the Norwegian Academy of Music.