Tobija Hudnik, guitar, electronics
Zuzanna Jasinska, vocals, electronics
Jošt Lampret, bass, electronics
Leonardo Gerstner, drums
Tobija Hudnik, whose compositions we will be hearing, is a promising young Slovenian artist. Since childhood he has been closely associated with music, and after graduating from the Conservatory of Music and Ballet in Ljubljana, he continues his studies at the Jazz Institute Berlin. He works as the author and manager of various projects (Stabat Mater, Groteskna Jazz Suita, Berlejbej, Mišišipi, etc.) and as a member of already established ensembles (pi-jammies, K:). He regularly works with local and foreign artists such as Dre Hočevar, Anton Feining, Klemens Marktl, Robert Jukić, Jaka Pucihar, Klemen Kotar, Goran Krmac, Janez Dovč, Big Band RTV Slovenia and others.
Jošt Lampret is a student of the Academy of Music in Ljubljana. He received several first prizes at national and international competitions. He performed several times as a soloist with the Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra, the RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra of the Academy of Music in Ljubljana and the Symphony Orchestra of the Conservatory for Music and Ballet Ljubljana. He collaborated with many renowned local and foreign musicians, such as Irena Grafenauer, Mate Bekavac, Daniel Rowland, Zoran Marković, Vlatko Stefanovski, Goran Bojčevski, Matej Hotko, Marko Hatlak and others. He is a member of numerous classical as well as jazz ensembles.
Leonardo Gerstner comes from Argentina. He began his musical journey at the Luis Gianneo Conservatory in Mar del Plata and the Manuel de Falla Conservatory in Buenos Aires. He collaborated with many renowned names of the Argentinian jazz scene. He currently lives in Berlin and studies at the Jazz Institute in Berlin under the mentorship of Eric Schaefer, Oliver Steidl and Marc Muellbauer.
Zuzanna Jasinska comes from Poland. She started singing in Warsaw and continued her career at the Jazz Institute in Berlin in the class of Judy Neimack. Her work is strongly marked by continuous sound exploration, which is why her style is extremely difficult to identify, however it always sounds interesting.