Kristoffer Hyldig is a very active pianist in the Danish music scene. He is often heard in music associations and at festivals, both as a soloist and chamber musician, and his concerts are regularly broadcast by DR P2. He has been a soloist with, among others, the Kgl. Kapel and Copenhagen Phil, and has received the jury's special prize in the EU Piano Competition. He has been awarded several prizes, including the Musikanmelder-ringen's Artist Prize and Jakob Gades store legat.
Violinist Malin William-Olsson is employed as principal in the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra. She has previously been concertmaster in Helsingborg's Symphony Orchestra and is often a guest principal in Swedish and Danish leading orchestras. In addition, she is an enthusiastic chamber musician, among others as a member of the Stockholm Syndrome Ensemble, the Mahler Chamber Orchestra and Spira Mirabilis. She has received the Swedish Academy of Music's major scholarship and is a former member of the award-winning Talisker Quartet.
Cellist Carl-Oscar Østerlind has won a large number of awards, including first prize in the Danish string competition and DR's Chamber Music competition and received Jacob Gade's store legat. He was educated in Stockholm, Copenhagen and Los Angeles and has performed as a soloist with orchestras in Scandinavia, USA and Mexico, as well as releasing two CDs with sonatas by Brahms and Schnittke. Carl-Oscar is a regular guest solo cellist in several Danish and Swedish orchestras and ensembles.
Clarinetist Viktor Wennesz is employed as concertmaster in the Royal Life Guards Music Band. He is educated at the Royal Danish Academy of Music, and frequently performs with the leading Danish chamber ensembles. He has been a soloist in Tivoli's Concert Hall and won the 2007 Marco Fiorindo International Chamber Music Competition. In 2010 he made his debut at Carnegie Hall. Viktor takes part in several critically acclaimed recordings and regularly appears on the radio.