Nejc Poljanec won various prizes at classical accordion competition in his youth years, sucessfuly enrolling at the Conservatory of Music and Ballet Ljubljana. Besides studying accordion at the Conservatory of Music and Ballet Ljubljana, in 2018 he passed the entrance examination at the same school for studying jazz piano and finished the second year in the class of Milan Stanisavljević in 2020, and entrance examination for classical singing, which he studied for two years in the class of Edita Garčević Koželj. He was a member of sucessful Slovenian band Balkan Boys. In April 2020 he passed the entrance exams at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam (Conservatory Amsterdam), where he started with his studies in September 2020.
Tomaž Zevnik studied classical clarinet in the Academy of Music in Ljubljana and is active in various genres of music. He is currently part of several musical groups with which he performs in Slovenia and abroad: Swing bands Pickpockets Swingers and Jump Session, genre-versatile ensemble Synesthetic Project, classical tri Yokuze and ethno ensemble Gugutke.
Benjamin Barbarič finished classical guitar studies at the Conservatory of Music and Balet Ljubljana. During his school years he was a promising young talent in the classical music field, attending many competitions and winning various prizes. Later, he started exploring Slovenian, Balkan and Turkish traditional music, together with microtonal modes and melodic improvisations. In 2019, he was awarded 1st prize in Microtonal Guitar Competition, organised by Istanbul Technical University for his arrangement of turkish traditional tune. He plays several string instruments (including violin and 12 string acoustic guitar).
Luka Poljanec is currently in his second year studying with professor Alexej Gerassimez on University of music and performing arts in Munich, where he continues his studies after Conservatory for music and ballet Ljubljana Luka achieved plenty of golden prizes in various competitions and performed many solo and chamber music recitals. Luka and his duo partner Jan Čibej took part in International Percussion Competition Luxembourg, where they won first prize and »Jean Gieres« prize from audience. This achievement brought them a lot of recitals all around the world, on festival Arsana in Ptuj (Slovenia), in Virginia (USA), Pleven (Bulgaria) and in Luxembourg Philharmonie.
Gal Golob finished his studies at the Conservatory for Music and Balet Ljubljana as a classical cellist and jazz double bassist. He continued his studies at the renowned Jazz Institute Berlin, where he also formed the bands Nomadia, re.chat, Kerida and the Gal Golob Trio. He has performed at many competitions (most recently he was awarded 2nd place at Jazzon 2022 and Jazzon 2023) and festivals such as Jazzopen Stuttgart, Crossroads Music Ostrava, Jazz Festival Ljubljana, Bayerisches Jazzweekend, Futurum Festival Leipzig and others. He regularly performs with bands such as Deutsche-Jazzpreis winning Fabia Mantwill Quintett, Nomadia, Gugutke, Kerida and the Gal Golob Trio.