The music of Rasmus Lasthein is about the otherworldly beauty of twilight dissonance. Though very much inspired by Eric Satie's Gymnopédie's and Chopin's nocturne's he tries to break free of traditionel composing modes to let the music evolve from the decay and balancing of dissonance instead.
UK pianist Dorian Griner experienced his first encounter with piano in a musical family of Czech and German extraction. He began his piano studies under the supervision of his mother Bozena Griner, herself an accomplished pianist and professor.
JOHN CLEMENT ANDERSON studies with Bruno Mezzena at the Accademia Musicale Pescarese. He began his musical education with Phyllis Olsen at the age of four in his hometown, Lawrence, Kansas, (USA), and continued to study privately with her until university.
Rich Willison began writing solo music in 2006 in Essex. Having previously been a member of the math-rock band Patience Cleveland as writer and performer he has adopted it's experimental side while adding a new dark, classical and minimal side to his music.
Thomas Traspedini is a flutist and composer born in Genoa, Italy, the 7th January 1985. At the age of 10 Thomas Traspedini begins to show his musical talent and artistic sensibility. He is only 11 when he composes his first pieces for solo flute and solo piano.
Bozena Griner was born in Mostar, former Yugoslavia, today Bosnia and Herzegovina. Her talent and brilliant virtuosity was spotted by a legendary Russian pedagogue Heinrich Neuhaus (both Sviatoslav Richter and Emil Gilels were his pupils) ,with whom she was mastering her craft as his student in Moscow Conservatoire from 1961 to 1964, where she gained her Master`s Degree.
Having studied and privately performed music on a variety of instruments across a number of styles for several years, composer and multi-instrumentalist Daniel Dockery began publicly releasing work in 2002 under the name Agrypnia in classical, romantic and neo-classical styles. The release of new material under this name officially ceased in January, 2011.