Deborah Perri

Calabrian cellist and multi-instrumentalist, graduated at the conservatory of Cosenza, playing different genres, inclunding classical music. From 2015 Deborah is a member of The Muses of the Mediterranean Sea as cellist, guitarist, singer and percussionist. With her group she has recorded two CDs, “One year of Magaria” and “Impronta Rosa” which were produced and distributed by Marasco Comunicazione and she has also performed in tour and festivals within by the Calabria Sona network.
As a cellist she has worked in various chamber music ensembles such as the string quartet, and also in many orchestras of southern Italy that have been perfroming in Italy and abroad, most of all during the fruitful collaboration with the Campania Philharmonic Orchestra, whose last tour in China dates back to the month of May 2019, and whose focus was to represent the work of the most important composers of the Italian Opera, such as Mascagni, Verdi, Rossini, Donizetti, Leoncavallo, Bellini, Puccini.

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Luiz Murá

Luiz Murá

With a huge fascination for bossa nova, improvisation, jazz and tradional music, Luiz Murá seeks to connect Brazil with other melodies and rhythms around the world. Born in Rio de Janeiro, Luiz was always close to a musical atmosphere. Listening to samba in the bars...

Ernesto Vargas Aguila

Ernesto Vargas Aguila

Mexican bass and double bass player with origins also from Nicaragua, grew up with the mexican culture and music, started his music studies at the age of 14, assisted to ESM in Mexico, AMSM in Paris, and since 2004 lives in Barcelona where he has developed his career...

Katrīna Dimanta

Katrīna Dimanta

KATRĪNA DIMANTA a musician with a great voice, accompanies herself with several musical instruments. In 2014 she was a part of group that represented Latvia in Eurovision. Currently working on her first solo album, mostly working in folk music scene, also has had some...

Marieke Van Ransbeeck

Marieke Van Ransbeeck

Marieke Van Ransbeeck has roots in the Belgian folk music scene as a musician, music pedagogue and organiser. She began playing the bagpipe at the age of eight in Gooik, Flanders, with her teacher Jean-Pierre Van Hees. Passing through Ethno Flanders as a teenager she...

Signe Kierkgaard Schmidt

Signe Kierkgaard Schmidt

Signe Kierkgaard Schmidt is a 21 year old violinist from Fuenen, Denmark. Her interest in folkmusic began as a child, where traditional music and dancing was a regular part of family gatherings.

Benjamin Bech

Benjamin Bech

My name is Benjamin Bech and I from Denmark. Born into a family, who have been part of the organisation for traditional dancing in Denmark for several generations, traditional Danish folk music was a natural part of my childhood. I have a wide musical background,...

Carmelo Siciliano

Carmelo Siciliano

Carmelo Siciliano was born in Catania, Sicily in 1980. From a young age, he dedicated himself to his two great loves: Greece and music. In 2003, he received his classical guitar diploma with the highest honors and so he occupied himself with studying Greek music and...

Guus Herremans

Guus Herremans

Guus Herremans starts his musical studies at the age of 7 with Wilfrid Moonen. He qualifies himself in the diatonic accordion for folk music and on the piano for classical music. A few years later, he will be the first diatonic player to enter the prestigeous school...

Ilze Fārte

Ilze Fārte

Ilze Fārte is a singer-songwriter, multi instrumentalist and traveler from Riga, Latvia, writing and performing in various genres including folk, blues, rockabilly, traditional latvian and popular music. She has performed in various places around Europe and also in...

Krisztián Almási

Krisztián Almási

Krisztián Almási (Kecskemét, Hungary) / drums and percussions I started to play the drum when I was 15 mostly influenced by bands like Deep Purple, Nirvana and NoMeansNo. I was listening to rock, jazz, punk and experimental records all day and watching „120 Minutes”...