Eva Barthas (1988) began playing the saxophone at the age of 8. She graduated from the Conservatoire of Toulouse with Philippe Lecocq and obtained her Diploma of Musical Studies in 2006. She continued her studies in Christian Wirth’s class in Paris and integrated Claude Delangle's CNSMDP saxophone class in 2008. She got a saxophone master with honors in 2012, then her saxophone teacher certificate in 2016.Read more.
Gabor Bunford graduated clarinet and saxophone at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad. He is one of the most prominent saxophonists from Serbia. During his career he collaborated with names such as Djordje Balasevic, Vlado Georgiev, Dejan Cukić, Jelena Tomašević, Aleksandra Radović, Tijana Bogićević, Bojana Stamenov, Marija Šerifović, Šaban Bajramović, Zdravko Čolić, Željko Joksimović, Aleksandar Dujin, Dado Topić, Leb and Sol, Dino Dvornik, Silvester Levay and many others.Read more.
Milan Savic received his degree in Saxophone Performance and Music Education at the Novi Sad Academy of Arts in the class of Gordan Tudor, and also holds a Clarinet Degree from Belgrade University’s Faculty of Music Art, where he studied in class of Ante Grgin. From 2006 works in Music school Josip Slavenski as a teacher of clarinet and saxophone and his students have won many prizes at international and state competitions.Read more.
Uki Ovaskainen is the winner of the 1st prize, the special prize Contemporanea, as well as the prize of the audience at Premio Jaen piano competition in Spain. He performs regularly as a soloist and chamber musician throughout Europe. He studied at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, in Copenhagen with prof. Jose Ribera, and in Hannover Hochschule with prof. Matti Raekallio.Read more.