Urban is a cellist, improvisor and chamber musician. Although he comes from classical background, he is nowadays mostly active in contemporary music, free improvisation, jazz and folk music. With his venturous character and restless curiosity, Urban is striving to bring out the endless possibilities that his instrument has to offer. ​​ He performed in various festivals such as Styrian Chamber Music Festival, Festival Ljubljana, Mooste Folk Festival, Jazz Ljubljana Festival, Jazz Cerkno, Jazzinty, Bled Festival and Imago Sloveniae. ​ Since 2017 Urban is collaborating with the Czech Theatre group "Divadlo Continuo", where he is the co-creator and performer of music for the play called "Poledne". He has been a part of different programs of the newly founded Slovenian Institute for Art research, critical thoughts and Philosophy ".abeceda", such as: Young Researchers I., Studio 8, .abeceda and .abeceda Ensemble for new music. Urban studied cello with Julian Arp.


Sanja combines her love for an authentic expression with the numerous sound possibilities of chamber music playing. It is this fascination that gave her the idea of founding a trio, which is now known as Trio Tempestoso. ​ In 2022 and 2019 her Trio Tempestoso was recognized as the prizewinner of two renowned contemporary competitions: 2022 they were awarded "Dwight and Ursula Mamlok Prize" for the interpretation of contemporary music. 2019 they were named the winners of the "Boris Pergamenschikow Prize" for chamber music; making Trio Tempestoso the first ensemble with accordion to win any of the above mentioned recognitions. ​Sanja is furthermore an absolute winner and a recipient of Special Performance Prize "Anguissola Scotti" at the Val Tidone Competition in Italy 2019. ​ She has been performing on Festivals such as Festival Ljubljana (Slovenia), Unerhörte Musik (Germany), Du Vert á L'infini (France),... working closely with the Society of Slovene Composers and Imago Sloveniae and recording for DeutschlandFunk, Austrian Radio Ö1 and Radio Slovenia. Sanja studied accordion with Janne Rättyä.


Storytelling trough symphonic poems and operas is what made Andraž fall in love with orchestral music, which he so much adores. But the stories are not only limited to program music that has texts or specific titles which refer to the composition, meaning can be found in every piece of music, be it orchestral or chamber music. The meaning in music is what Andraž strives to share with listeners, especially when it comes to modern repertoire. As of 2021 Andraž is the new solo bass clarinetist of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. Between 2019 and 2021 Andraž has held an academy position with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. He has played under the baton of conductors such as John Williams, Christian Thielemann, Zubin Mehta, Daniel Harding, Christoph von Dohnanyi, Christoph Eschenbach, Semyon Bychkov among others. ​ In 2018 Andraž performed as a soloist with the Norddeutsche Philharmonie Rostock at Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival and in 2022 with the Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra. Among other recognitions he is a winner of Edmund Horwath Award 2021 (awarded to the best Wind-instrumentalist of the Academy of Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra). Andraž studied clarinet with Gerald Pachinger and Bertram Egger.