Elsa Grégoire studied for three years at the Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel with David Linx. She is also a cellist, instrument she learned with Jean Pol Zanutel at the Conservatoire de Liège. She participated to many workshops with artists such as Michael Blake, Scott Colley, Tim Berne and Bill Carrothers. After a year of studies at the CNSM of Paris, she moved to Leipzig. There she is developing different musical projects. Elsa is now finishing her studies at the Hochschule für Musik Dresden.
After studying in New York with Gloria Cooper, François Vaiana graduated with a masters degree at the Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel s with David Linx as a vocal instructor. He was awarded an Erasmus grant and spent a year in Paris at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique. François was a finalist at the first Brussels Young Singers Jazz Competition and is the founding member of the trio Blue Monday People. He is also part of the Belgian Hip Hop scene as he writes and composes for artists such as Pitcho or the Heritage project, a compilation with the Bozar and the Central African Museum in Tervuren as collaborators.
Anu Junnonen graduated in 2004 at The Roayal Conservatory of Brussels where she studied with David Linx. Her group aNoo released meanwhile two albums and Anu has been guest on albums by Fabrizio Cassol, Guillaume Ledent and Gil Mortio. She toured in Germany with The Screaming Bitches, in Norway with The Caribous and in Belgium with Derroll’s Dream. Anu also works with electronic devices, a medium she uses to compose for the band Northface. She teaches jazz singing at the Conservatory of Ghent.
Jonas Cole graduated from the Koninklijk Conservatorium Gent where he studied with Sofie Verbruggen and Kristen Cornwell. He gained lots of experiences participating in different projects such as The Pony Express , Mongoose , Detroit 59, Rocco & Dagmara and Tatyana Storm. He is currently working on his solo project by composing and arranging his own tunes. In order to deepen his teaching skills, Jonas followed an intensive workshop for four months in 2010 with Cathrine Sadolin at the Complete Vocal Institute in Copenhagen.
Frédérike Borsarello-Trésallet is specialized in contemporary singing and is involved in many different styles of music. She’s always looking to expand her experiences and doing that she worked with Valérie Philippin, Walter Thompson, Laurence Saltiel and Scott Alan Prouty. Frédérike is currently teaching at the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Saint Maur des Fossées and Institut des Siences Politiques in Paris. She performs regularly in différent Parisian venues and festivals such as the Festival of Junas with Paolo Fresu and the Festival Présences with Musicatreize.
Gilles Wiernik has been living and studying voice in Brussels, Paris and New York. He sang in operas such as “Hygiène de l’Assassin”, “Les Amours de Ragonde” at Printemps Baroque du Sablon, “La Bohème” at Lyric Theater of New York and “Persée” at Festival Baroque d’Ambronay. Gilles also acts and sang roles such as “Le Malade Imaginaire” at Théâtre Jean VILAR and Cirque Royal, “Songe d’une Nuit d’Eté” at Théâtre National de Belgique. Gilles collaborates with Garrett List and sang a solo part of his work “Etat de Siège”, a Théâtre National de Belgique creation. He toured with a vocal group WAPPA Tonic in South America in 2012. Together with pianist Céline Lory he created “In Touch With Winterreise”, a Schubert piece. In 2012 Gilles joined Brussels Vocal Project.
Fred Braye begins his career as a sound engineer after graduating at the IAD (Louvain La-Neuve, Belgium) in 1994. He works first in the domain of live mixing for concerts.
A few years later, he starts recording and mixing for studio productions. His artistic career appears with his first compositions – fritkot, a project based on sampling of vinyls. Since 2000 he attends several classes of electroacoustic composition in France and in Belgium.
His interest for music and technologies brings him to the exploration of interactive technologies. He learns the use of sensors and programming with Max (workshops IRCAM, GMEM, Musique & Recherches, Interface-Z). Since 2007 he develops his own work as a sound artist, creating sound installations or interactive devices like zebra4 and modò.