Hungarian flautist Zsuzsa Vamosi-Nagy graduated from the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, Budapest in 2006, and subsequently studied at the Royal Academy of Music, winning the Queen's Commendation for Excellence prize (awarded to the best all round student). In 2015, she completed her doctoral studies at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in Budapest. Zsuzsa was a winner of the International Flute Competition in Bucharest and took first prize in the 11th International Flute Competition in Timisoara, Romania. In 2009 she was awarded the Junior Prima prize, the highest award in Hungary given every year to outstanding young artists.
South African born pianist Anne Marshall has established herself as a leading accompanist based in London. She is a regular accompanist for Sir James Galway and often appears in concert with him. Anne has accompanied many other distinguished flautists in concert. She has a Postgraduate Diploma from the Royal College of Music in Advanced Performance. She was a recipient of an Associated Board Scholarship, and was a Junior Fellow at the Royal College of Music. As a solo pianist, Anne has performed with a number of international orchestras including the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra
Julia Hwang gave her professional debut at the age of nine, performing Bach's Concerto in A minor. She recorded two CDs at the ages of eleven and twelve. She has given numerous solo appearances with orchestras internationally and has an ever-increasing schedule of concerts both in the UK and abroad. Julia has appeared many times on live television and radio through the BBC and ITV and, in 2012, she was featured in a BBC4 documentary about ‘The Lark Ascending' by Ralph Vaughan Williams. Her performance on this documentary has been re-broadcast on many occasions due to popular demand. Her latest CD, recorded in collaboration with Signum Classics, will be released in June 2017. She studied at Clifton College Bristol and at St John's College Cambridge, and is now studying at the Royal College of Music.
Charles Matthews studied at the Royal College of Music, London, and was an organ scholar at Trinity College, Cambridge. He won numerous awards, notably first prize in the 1999 Franz Liszt Organ Interpretation Competition in Budapest. His most recent solo recording is of Francis Routh's cycle The Well-Tempered Pianist. He has performed for productions by the Royal Opera and Royal Ballet, and recorded music used in various theatres in Spain. Charles is organist of St Catharine's Church, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire. He works extensively with young people and acts as piano accompanist and organ tutor at the Birmingham Conservatoire.