Magnus Irving Båge
At the age of 17 he entered the Royal College of Music in Stockholm and graduated with a diploma 1994, after having performed the Mozart Concerto in G major with the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra. Magnus Irving Båge has also studied with Angelo Persichilli in Rome, Jonathan Snowden, London, and has participated in masterclasses with Sir James Galway and Andreas Blau.

Magnus Irving Båge has worked as principal and assistant principal in many of the top orchestras in Sweden and Norway and he also tours frequently with different chamber music groups. He has has successfully given performances together with some of Sweden's most famous actresses and actors including Stina Ekblad, Anita Wall, Meg Westergren and Samuel Fröler.


Bengt-Åke Lundin

Bengt-Åke Lundin performs as a soloist with orchestra, as a recital pianist and as a chamber musician together with other musicians and singers. 1993-94 he was Artist in Residence at the Swedish Broadcasting Corporation, and he played Ravel's piano concerto together with the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra and Esa-Pekka Salonen.

He has performed all over Europe and in numerous concert halls in Sweden. His cooperation with Swedish composer Johan Hammerth has resulted in two piano concertos written for him, the first being recorded for cd (CAP 21608, together with Sven-David Sandström's piano concerto).


Madeleine Barringer
Madeleine Barringer studied at the
University College of Opera in Stockholm and made her debut at the Royal Swedish Opera in Stockholm 1999 as Sandrina in Mozart's "La finta giardiniera". Madeleine Barringer is frequently engaged as a concert soloist in oratories, chamber music and recitals. She has taken part in festivals like the Summer Music Festival in the Royal Palace of Stockholm and the International Music Week in Halmstad.


Carl-Axel Dominique
Carl-Axel Dominique has studied at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm and at the Juilliard School of Music in New York. As a pianist he has focused on works not all that frequent in concert programmes – by composers as Charles Ives, Charles Alkan, Erik Satie and Olivier Messiaen. Carl-Axel Dominique has a special interest in French music and knew Olivier Messiaen personally.

Carl-Axel Dominique is also a composer, and has created music for television, film, theatre as well as orchestral works.