Juzan Asnawi

Born in Yogyakarta in 1967. Start to studied bassoon in Senior High School of Music Art Yogyakarta (SMM Yogyakarta) with Budi Lenggono and Siswanto. After finish high school, he continue his study at Music Department of Indonesian Institute of Art (Jurusan Musik-ISI Yogyakarta) on Music Pedagogy programs. He studied under the guide of Siswanto, Yotaka (Japan), and Josh Christian Flagh (Holland). During his study, he ever participating with ASEAN Youth Symphonic Band Workshop in Singapore. After finish study and get degree, he being freelance bassoon player for several professional orchestra in Indonesia like The Jakarta Symphony and the Nusantara Chamber Orchestra,
Iikeda Bonsamnag

his musical education are: School of Fine Arts, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Faculty of Music. Graduated with Baccalaureate Honors. Dnipropetrovsk State Musical College, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine. Bachelors Degree. Major, Clarinet. Second Clarinet, Ukraine State Philharmonic Orchestra. Birmingham Conservatoire, University of Central England. 2003-2005 Elizabeth University of Music, Japan, Master Degree. First Clarinet, Asean-Japan Symphony Orchestra.
Cheak Bun Hong

A student at the Fine Arts University Faculty of Music. Mr. Cheak began studying clarinet six years ago and has had teachers from Cambodia, Japan, and the United States. Not many Cambodian students choose the clarinet, but Mr. Cheak enjoys it even though it can be difficult. He also has been teaching a student for six months. In his free time, Mr. Cheak enjoys studying Kung Fu martial arts with a Korean teacher.
Markus Gundermann

Markus Gundermann was born in Dresden ( Germany ) 1970. During his years of study he won several prizes and performed both as soloist and chamber musician throughout Europe. 1998 he joined the newly founded Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra (Kuala Lumpur) as concertmaster where he had the chance to work together with distinguished musicians like Lorin Maazel, Gennadi Rozhdestvensky, Mstislav Rostropovich and Sir Neville Marriner.
Sakano Issei

born from parents who love music, he started piano at the age of three. He had been studying piano, music theory and composition under Japanese teachers for 15 years. He is currently working for legal and judicial reform in Cambodia as Japanese expert to Cambodian Ministry of Justice and at the same time, making performance occasionally in Phnom Penh mainly as a piano accompanist
Gerhard Anton Isselhardt

He served as a temporary flutist at the State Philhamonic Orchestra, Rheinland Pfalz. These orchestral experiences, especially with renowned conductors like Sergiu Celibidache had a serious impact on his musical consciousness. Since 2003, he acts as Country Director of F.W.C.P.A. and plays a major role in improving the standards of Western Art Music in Cambodia.
Mari Jinnai

Mari Jinnai is from Osaka, Japan. She received a diploma in vocal study from Tokyo College of Music and later studied at L’Écôle Normale de Musique in Paris, France. In 1998, Mari began teaching as vocal teacher at the Faculty of Music of the Royal University of Fine Arts Cambodia. She has conducted a community choir “Bella Voce” since 2000. She has given several solo concerts in Phnom Penh since 1997 and organizes regular choir concerts twice a year.
Beatrix Klein

Beatrix Klein, was born 1983 in Bonn (Germany), had her first piano lessons at the age of five. Since October 2001 Beatrix is a student in the piano class of Pavel Gililov at the Cologne Music Conservatory, Germany. Since February 2007 she studies with Sergio Perticaroli at the National Accademy of Santa Cecilia in Rome, Italy. The artist gives concerts as soloist and in ensembles since she is 12 years old. She is very encouraged in chamber music and has played in nearly every possible ensemble and is member in the Rheinisches Klavierduo and the Trio Thaleia (clarinet, cello, piano). This trio recently won the 2. price and special price, donated by the Brahms-Society, Hamburg in the International Johannes Brahms Competition, Gdansk (Poland). She performed on nearly all continents. Engagements in 2009 will bring her Asia, Africa, USA and Australia.
Friedrich Kleinknecht

was born in Ravensbeerg (Germany) 1944. He served at the Bavarian State Opera under the conducting of Karl Bohm, Sergice Celibidache, Wolfgang Savallisch and others. Friedrich Kleinknecht was for 30 years a member of the Leopolder String Quartett. In 30 years the Quartett has given 400 concerts around the world.
Prof.Dieter Mack

was a professor at the University of Music Freiburg and since 1989, he gave lectures on composition and music education in Indonesia. Since 2003, he lectured in composition at the University of Music Lübeck. With the support from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), he was a long-term guest lecturer at IKIP (now UPI) in Bandung from 1992-95 and is also a consultant in a research project there, sponsored by the Ford Foundation since 1997.
Minguet Quartett

The Minguet Quartett was established in 1988, and has played in its present form since 1996. As well as studying chamber-music at the Folkwang Hochschule in Essen, the four young musician were given additional musical guidance by Walter Levin (La Salle Quartett), and member of the Amadeus, Melos and Alban Berg Quartets. This outstanding ensemble has many first-performances to its credit, and plays contemporary music and classical-romantic pieces with equal commitment. The Minguet Quartett plays on a set of instruments, kindly offered on permanent loan by the Stiftung Kunst und Kultur, Nordrhein Westfalen. Ulrich Isfort - 1st Violine, Annette Reisinger - 2nd Violine, Aroa Sorin- Viola, Matthias Diener – Violoncello.
Stephan Rahn

Performances, have taken him to many countries in Europe, North and South America, North Africa, East Asia and South East Asia. He recieved scholarships of the „Ansbacher Bachwochen“ and the „Bayreuther Festspiele“. Stephan Rahn is a member of the board of the ART+Foundation. He lectures at the University of Music “Hanns Eisler” Berlin.