Wiktoria Chrobak-Mielec - (b. 1985) a graduate of the Academy of Music in Kraków, she graduated with excellent grade in percussion class of prof. Jan Pilch. She is a scholar of the Polish Festival Talents_ Week. Many times she was an inventor and organizer of many projects and undertakings from the scope of music, both in the Academy of Music in Kraków and outside of it. As a soloist, chamber musician and orchestral musician she has participated many times in different kinds of festivals: the International Beethoven Festival in Bonn; Warsaw Autumn Film Music Festival in Krakow, Festival De Baalbeck, Lebanon, "New Sounds" in England, "DAM Festival" in Kosovo, "Nagyerdei Osh" in Hungary, "Warsaw Autumn" Percussion Festival, _Sources and Inspiration_, _Audio Art_, _Sacrum Profanum_. Several times she had the opportunity to present as a soloist with symphony orchestra, chamber orchestra or other groups performing especially the pieces of contemporary composers. She has performed several world premiers of the pieces of polish and foreign composers. Since 2012, she has been an assistant in percussion class of prof. Jan Pilch, and in 2014 she obtained a scientific title of a doctor in the artistic discipline of instrumental studies at the Academy of Music in Kraków. On a daily basis she works with the music environment, dealing with both popular and classical music.
Rafał Tyliba - (b. 1986) a graduate with Honours in the percussion class of prof. Stanisław Welanyk from the Cracow Music Academy. He has performed at a variety of festivals in Poland and abroad (e.g. the Warsaw Autumn Festival, the Festival of Polish Music, Audio Art, the Film Music Festival, "Sounds New" in United Kingdom, "Dam Festival" in Kosovo, "Nagyerdei Ősz" in Hungary, Percussion Festival "Sources and Inspirations", "Sacrum Profanum", International Contemporary Music Festival of Henryk Mikołaj Górecki, Cracow Music Autumn, International Festival of Organ and Chamber Music in Zakopane, Percussion Festival "World of the Drums" in Bratislava, "Emanacje Festival", Cracow Composer's School, International Percussion Festival in Ukmerge (Lithuania), aXes Festival, Etiuda & Anima Festival, Music in Old Cracow). Winner of The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage scholarship and Sapere Auso Foundation scholarship. He expanded his knowledge participating in workshops given by masters such as Robert van Sice during the III International Marimba Academy. Rafał has performed with outstanding and world-recognized musical authorities (The Hilliard Ensemble, Krzysztof Penderecki, Antoni Wit, Kaspar Zehnder, Jacek Kaspszyk). He also works with several orchestras, including the Cracow Philharmonic Orchestra, Capella Cracoviensis, Sinfonietta Cracovia, the Beethoven Academy Orchestra and might boast performing a piece of music by a contemporary composer dedicated to him. He actively participates in musical events as a soloist, chamber and orchestral musician and took part in world performances and international tours (Finland, China).
Maciej Hałoń - (b. 1988) a student of the Academy of Music in Cracow in the percussion class of Jan Pilch. He graduated in BA studies with honours and is currently continuing his studies at a master level. In addition to the classical studies he also does a jazz specialties program. Maciej is a laureate of the Scientific Scholarship of the City of Cracow. As a soloist, chamber and orchestral musician he has participated in a number of prominent international festivals, such as the Contemporary Music Festival 'Warsaw Autumn', or the Film Music Festival in Cracow. He has performed as a soloist with many ensembles and orchestras at different festivals including 'On the way to New Harmony' Festival, where he played a solo concerto for marimba with the accompaniment of an orchestra formed by the teachers from the Music Academy in Cracow. He participated in several of the world's first performances of contemporary music, performing works of well-known Cracovian and other composers. Working on regular basis with popular and classical musicians, he also performs at many well-known jazz clubs in Cracow. Maciej is also the chairman of the Student Amadrums Club at the Musical Academy in Kraków.