The pianist Artur Pacewicz was born in Poland and graduated at the Stanislaw Moniuszko Academy as a scholar of Prof. Waldemar Wojtal. He continued his education at Hanover University for Music, Drama and Media. There he studied with Prof. Gerrit Zitterbart taking another exam in 2004.

Of the numerous competitions at which Artur Pacewicz was awarded prizes, two are most important to him: a first prize at the International Chopin Competition in Varna, Bulgaria and Award of the Milos Magin Competition in Paris, France.

From 2009 to 2011 he was a lecturer at Hanover University for Music, Drama and Media. The pedagogical aspect of teaching music appealed to him from the start. So, master classes were a logic development. Classes and courses followed in Poznan (Poland) and alongside with the festivals „Music without borders“ and „World Classics at the piano“ in Rysum (Germany).


Pawel Zuzanski was born into a family of musicians in 1977 in Kielce, Poland. At the age of twelve, he debuted with The Kielce Philharmonic Orchestra performing the concerto in A minor by J. S. Bach. He studied with prof. Zenon Ploszaj at the Music Academy in Lodz, Poland and prof. Adam Kostecki at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hannover, Germany.

As a soloist and member of the 'Polish Camerata Chamber Orchestra' and the 'Hannover Chamber Orchestra' he toured throughout Europe, South America, Australia and New Zealand and performed as well at the Vendsyssel Festival (Denmark), the Sydney Opera House (Australia), the London's Conway Hall (UK), the Berliner Philharmonie (Germany), the Kölner Philharmonie (Germany), the Paladium in Malmø (Sweden) and the Oberstdorfer Musiksommer (Germany).

Pawel is a prizewinner of the Orlando Prize for music at the Dubrovnik Summer Festival (Croatia), as violinist of the Henschel Quartet. Currently he is a member of the chamber orchestra 'musica assoluta'.


Lynda Anne Cortis was born in Hamburg in 1986, and began violin at the age of three with her mother. She started piano lessons at the age of six, and at the age of ten changed from violin to cello. She studied cello at the “Hochschule für Künste Bremen” with Prof. Alexander Baillie, Stephan Schrader and Johannes Krebs, and concluded her studies in 2014 with a degree in 'Master of Arts'.

Lynda has, on several occasions, won special prizes donated by the NDR Symphony Orchestra and the Hans Sikorski Memorial for her outstanding interpretation of works of living composers.

She plays regularly with the “Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen”, and is a full-time member of the Ensemble New Babylon. She performs regularly her solo programme "Looping Lynda" and works regularly with the actress Claudia Spörri in productions at the “Mensch, Puppe!” theatre in Bremen. She has a teaching contract at the Hochschule für Künste Bremen.