The Passepartout Piano Duo formed in 2011. The duo has performed in many different London venues, and also in Japan, France and Romania. Their philanthropic work consists of performing for care homes, hospitals, various charities and schools. Since 2014, the Passepartout Piano Duo is associated with Live Music Now. Alexandra Zlatior graduated with a BMus Hons (First Class) from the Royal College of Music in 2014. She has played numerous concerts in the UK in venues such as the Southbank Centre, V&A Museum, Charlton House and Waltham Abbey, but also internationally, in France, Greece, Japan and her native Romania. From September 2015 she has returned to the RCM to study on a Masters of Performance Science course for two years. Nathan Tinker graduated from the Royal College of Music in 2011 and now spends most of his time as a freelance performer and teacher of classical and jazz piano, instrumental and ballet accompanist. He has performed in prestigious venues such as Hampton Court House, St. Martin's in the Fields, St. James Piccadilly, Regent Hall and the Royal Albert Hall, Elgar Room. Outside of the UK he has performed in Corsica, Italy, Spain, his native Japan and most recently debuted in Romania. From September 2015, Nathan has started attending the Guildhall School of Music and Drama as a Masters of Accompanying postgraduate student. He is the winner of the Guildhall Accompanist Prize in 2016.
André Gaio Pereira (Violin) is from Portugal. He studied at the Royal Academy of Music, and was the highest graduand in 2015/16. André obtained 1st in Young Artists Competition in Portugal in 2017 and 2nd prize and Bach Prize at Vasco Barbosa Competition in 2016. He is currently pursuing his Masters degree at the Royal Academy of Music under the guidance of Levon Chilingirian. At the Academy he has led the Symphony Orchestra. He also appears with the London Symphony Orchestra and the English Chamber Orchestra.
Charlotte Kaslin (Cello) was born in Paris in 1993, and studied at the Paris Conservatoire before coming to the Royal Academy of Music in 2014. She has taken part in a variety of festivals, and performed around the world (China, Italy, Germany, France, UK...) as soloist. Charlotte takes a particular interest in performing contemporary music. She performed Brahms piano quintet in F minor with Maxim Vengerov and other selected students from the Royal Academy in February 2017.
Andrei Iliushkin (piano) is a young Russian pianist who was born in 1995 and studied at the Tchaikovsky Conservatoire in Moscow and is currently at the Royal Academy of Music. He is the winner of many International competitions in Russia, Italy, USA. He is the winner of Lillian Davis Beethoven piano competition and Sterndale Bennett Prize at the Academy as well as the senior prize in the Intercollegiate Beethoven Piano Competition organised by Beethoven Piano Society of Europe.