Phoebe Pan is a final year Bachelor of Music in violin performance student at TU Dublin Conservatoire, studying with Orla Mulrey. A keen chamber musician, she collaborates regularly to perform repertoire spanning from the 16th century to new music compositions. In the Conservatoire she is an active player in string quartets, Early Music ensemble, Contemporary ensemble and the Conservatoire Chamber and Symphony Orchestra. Phoebe competes regularly in the national Feis Ceoil and internal compositions, winning the Conservatoire Senior Early Music Prize , Recital Competition and the Senior Chamber Music Competition with violin and piano duo. Phoebe will be commencing her studies in the Royal Conservatory of the Hague this year.
Danusia Oslizlok lectures in piano and works as collaborator with singers and instrumentalists for the undergraduate and postgraduate courses at TU Dublin Conservatory of Music and Drama. Danusia studied at the Royal Conservatory in Brussels [Premier Prix], Royal Northern College of Music[ PPRNCM with distinction],Kodaly Institute Kecskemet in Hungary and CIT Cork School of Music,[MA]