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Mária Posch


She has experienced the historically informed performance for the first time while studying Musicology at the University of Prešov. She has been introduced to baroque transverse flute, traverso, at the MEMA 2009 masterclasses in Poprad. She decided to study this instrument further at Konservatorium Wien Privatuniversität in the class of Reinhard Czasch. In June 2018 she closed her studies with distinction at Mozarteum in Salzburg in the class of Marcello Gatti.
Peter Zelenka, violin

Peter Zelenka


After the studies at Academy of Arts in Banská Bystrica and Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava, he decided to study historically informed performance in Vienna at Ulrike Engel’s class. He has also taken part in numerous masterclasses and workshops (Poprad, Kelč, Holešov, Schloss Hof). He frequently plays in the ensemble Musica Aeterna, with which he performed at the festivals The Days of Early Music and Bratislava Music Festival.

Adam Szendrei


He studied violin at Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava, where he got interested with the historically informed performance practice in the class of Peter Zajíček. He participated in workshops Accentus musicalis in Schloss Hof. He regularly plays in the ensemble Musica Aeterna. He has performed with different music ensembles at the festivals The Days of Early Music, Melos Étos, Bratislava Music Festival. He is a member of the orchestra Bratislava Hot Serenaders.

Adam Szendrei, violin
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Tomáš Kardoš

cello, bassoon & viola da gamba

After the studies of cello and bassoon at the Conservatory in Bratislava, he decided to specialised in the field of early music at Konservatorium Wien Privatuniversität in the classes of Jörg Zwicker (baroque cello) and Jennifer Harris (baroque bassoon). He performed with several ensembles (Musica Aeterna, Solamente naturali, Ensemble Barock) and he was the initiator of the establishing process of the ensemble Il Cuore Barocco. He is also a founder of the Festival of Word and Music in honour of the poet Ferdinand Svetloslav Veigl in his birthplace Kráľová pri Senci.

Jakub Mitrík, theorbo

Jakub Mitrík


He studied guitar at the Clerical Conservatory in Bratislava in class of Jozef Zsapka. Since 2010 he has been studying at Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava in the class of Martin Krajčo. He is also interested in baroque music and guitar music of the 19th century and its historically informed practice on copies of historical instruments. He studies theorbo at Masaryk University in Brno with Jan Čižmář. He also annually attends courses and masterclasses of early music in Holešov (2012, 2013). Since October 2015 he is on a study exchange in Bremen, Germany.

Jana Zelenková

harpsichord & organ

She studied clerical music at Conservatory in Košice (organ, piano, conducting). She continued her studies at Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava, studying theory of music and chamber music (organ) in the class of Peter Zajíček. She also studied harpsichord at Masaryk University in Brno, in the class of Monika Knoblochová. Besides numerous masterclasses oriented on early music performance (Letní škola barokní hudby, MEMA, Accentus musicalis) she spent a year at a study exchange in Graz, Austria.

Jana Zelenková, harpsichord

Martin Gedeon

harpsichord & organ

Martin Gedeon was born in Prague (CR) in 1989. He studied aviation technology as well as computer science and telecommunication systems at the Prague Technical University. In touch with the Early Music came Martin through his private organ lessons with L. Vendl. Since 2013 he has been studying harpsichord at the MUK Vienna Conservatory with Erich Traxler; he spent an Erasmus-year at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague.

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