Leandro Marziotte countertenor
Leandro Marziotte has been the winner along with the ensemble Radio Antiqua of both jury’s and public’s prize at the 2013/2014 Göttingen Historical Music Series (Germany). Finalist in the first International Countertenor competition in Switzerland in 2011, Leandro has a Masters in baroque singing, cum laude, from the Royal Conservatoire of the Hague and a Bachelor and singing diploma, summa cum laude, from the Strasbourg conservatoire. He performs regularly as a soloist and as part of chamber music recitals with groups such as  ’Collegium Vocale Gent’ (Philippe Herreweghe),‘Netherlands Bach Society‘ (Jos Van Veldhoven), ‘Vox Luminis’ (Lionel Meunier), ‘Choeur de Chambre de Namur’ (Leonardo García Alarcón), ‘Le Parlement de Musique’ (Martin Gester), ‘Ensemble Elyma’ (Gabriel Garrido), ’Le Concert Étranger‘ (Itay Jedlin), ‘Karlsruher Barockorchester’ (Daniel Leininger), with the national orchestra of Uruguay “Sodre” and with the Philharmonic orchestras of Montevideo, Strasbourg, Besançon and Montbé

Renato Dolcini baritone
Renato Dolcini pursued vocal training under M° Vincenzo Manno (Accademia del Teatro alla Scala and Civica Scuola di Musica Claudio Abbado) while studying Musicology at Pavia University, where he graduated magna cum laude. He was admitted twice to the Gstaad Vocal Academy where he worked under the guidance of Cecilia Bartoli. Since 2010 he has also collaborated and explored Baroque repertoire with Roberta Invernizzi. In 2014 was chosen by William Christie as one of the six young talents for the seventh edition of ‘Le Jardin des Voix’. During the international tour with Les Arts Florissants in Europe, USA, Russia, Australia and Hong Kong he drew the attention of the critics, receiving enthusiastic reviews. Highlights of the past season were performances in Venice Teatro La Fenice with Stefano Montanari, an all-Monteverdi program conducted by Sir John Eliot Gardiner, the title role in ‘Le nozze di Figaro’ with René Jacobs and Rossini’s ‘La Cenerentola’ with Europa Galante and Fabio Biondi. Engagements for 2016/17 season include Rossi’s ‘Orfeo’ with Raphaël Pichon at the Opéra Royal de Versailles and Opéra de Bordeaux, Cavalli’s ‘Ipermestra’ at Glyndebourne Festival with William Christie and Graham Vick and Purcell’s ‘Dido and Aeneas’ with Les Arts Florissants.

Yongcheon Shin baroque oboe
Yongcheon Shin performs throughout Europe with various orchestras and ensembles such as The Netherlands Bach Society, De Nieuwe Philharmonie Utrecht, New Century Baroque, Les Passions de l’Ame, Ensemble Odyssee and Quintet Exquisito.He has also joined ensembles such as Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin and Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra in their projects in Korea. In  addition, he is regularly invited as the principal oboist of Bach Soloists Seoul and Bach Collegium Seoul. He holds a master degree from the Conservatory of Amsterdam where he  studied with Alfredo Bernardini.