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Sylvie Dambrine

Sylvie Dambrine was born in Nantes. She completed her basic studies under Guy Cottin and her vocational studies under Michel Debost at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris, achieving first prize. She then continued her studies under Aurèle Nicolet, and also studied traverse flute under Oskar Peter at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis. Today, Sylvie Dambrine is a member of various music ensembles, including the Zurich Opera Orchestra. She plays solo flute, focusing on the traverse flute, for the Lucerne Collegium Musicum ensemble, the Aargau Wind Soloists and the Chapelle Ancienne. She also teaches at various music schools. In 1995 she produced a CD of 6 concerts by Antonio Vivaldi together with the La Partita ensemble.

Mario Huter

Mario Huter was born in Zurich in 1963 and studied violin under Thomas Füri at the Zurich Conservatoire, where he obtained his diploma in 1988. While still studying, he took an intense interest in the baroque violin. As leader of the Capella Concertante he collaborated with renowned soloists such as Christoph Coin, Fabio Biondi, Erich Höbarth, Lucy van Dael and many others. Today, Mario Huter is a member of various music ensembles, including the Ensemble Turicum, the Lucerne Collegium Musicum, the Chappelle Ancienne and others. He has also been teaching at the Music School in Knonaueramt since 1986.


Xavier Alig

Xavier Alig grew up in Zug. He studied bassoon at the Music School in Zurich where he obtained his orchestra diploma under Tomas Sosnowski in 1993. He continued his studies under Prof. O. Hartmann at the Music School in Freiburg im Breisgau and also studied baroque bassoon under Mr C. Wassmer at the Schola Cantorum in Basel. In 1992 Xavier Alig was awarded the Kiwanis Prize for Chamber Music. He has been teaching bassoon at the Cantonal School in Oerlikon since 2002. Xavier Alig is a member of the Zurich Chamber Orchestra and has been part of the Orchestra la Scintilla ensemble of the Zurich Opera House since 1999.


Andreas Schönenberger

Andreas Schönenberger started his piano studies under Hans Hauser, followed by the organ under Rudolf Scheidegger at the Grossmünster in Zurich. He then obtained his organist's diploma and the concert diploma at the Music School in Zurich. He continued his studies under L.V. Tagliavini and G. Zacher, and studied piano under Walter Prossnitz at the Zurich Conservatoire. He played the piano in Brecht's 'Dreigroschenoper' ('The Threepenny Opera') at the Zurich Schauspielhaus, and taught music at the Musikschule am Alten Rhein for ten years. Andreas Schönenberger is organist at the Catholic Church in Thalwil and regularly performs solo concerts in Austria, Germany, France, Mexico and other places.

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