Zoltán Majó studied flute at the Gheorghe Dima Music Academy in Cluj, but his passion for old music lead him towards the recorder. He attended courses in this field in Budapest, Sopron (Hungary) and Thun (Switzerland) with Sabine and Tuomas Kaipainen/ CH and Anneke Boeke/ NL. Especially the Transylvanian baroque music has his predilection: he played in several early music groups and made several recordings on authentic wind instruments. He teaches now the recorder at the Gheorghe Dima Music Academy and at the Babes-Bolyai University in Cluj. Mátyás Bartha studied at the Gheorghe Dima  Music Academy, Romania with Prof. I. Ruha as well as at the Music College in Budapest, Hungary with Prof. S. Devich. Besides many prizes in chamber music competitions, he was awarded a special prize for the best Bartók quartet interpretation. Various chamber music activities in different formations as well as appearances as soloist in Europe and South America. He is member of the Basle Symphony Orchestra since 2001. Ciprian Câmpean studied violoncello at the Gheorghe Dima Music Academy in Cluj with Prof. Vasile Jucan and attended international master classes for violoncello and chamber music. He is now playing in the Cluj State Philharmonic orchestra and regularily colaborating with other Transylvanian orchestras. As member of the "Arioso" string quatuor, the Baroque ensemble "Transylvania" and other chamber music groups he played many concerts in Romania and abroad (Germany, Switzerland, Netherlands, Austria, France). Erich Türk was organist and choir conductor at the Lutheran Church in Medias and teaches now basso continuo at the Gheorghe Dima Music Academy in Cluj. He studied organ in Cluj with Ursula Philippi and in Vienna with Michael Radulescu aswell as harpsichord with Gordon Mumay and attended several harpsichord and continuo courses in Portugal, France, Germany, Switzerland and Moscow. He As soloist aswell as chamber musician and choir conductor he performed in many European countries. At the international "J.S. Bach" organ competition in Bruges 2000 he's been awarded the 2nd prize and the audience's prize