Ján Labant studied the guitar at the Conservatory in Zilina with Prof. Dushan Lehotsky, before completing his studies at the Pedagogical Faculty in Nitra and at the Academy of Dramatic Music in Bratislava, in Prof. Jozef Zsapka class. Since 1987 he teaches the guitar at the Conservatory in Zilina and since 1997 also at the …..

Adam Marec started studying the guitar in 1996. Between 1998 and 2002 he studied at the Conservatory in Žilina with Dušan Lehotský. After studying under Ján Labant at the Academy of the Arts in Banská Bystrica between 2002 and 2007, he was awarded the Chancellor’s Prize. (Slovak Republic) In 2005 he spent five months at …..

Is a graduate of the State Conservatory and the Academy of Music and Drama in Bratislava. During his studies he participated in many masterclasses, where he studied under the guidance of many outstanding guitar players and teachers and has won several prizes at international competitions in Slovakia, Czech republic, France and Portugal. Krajco has performed at …..

Grouping “Peter Tomko quintet” was created especially for the occasion of the 5th annual guitar festival “Bratislavské day classical guitar.” The idea is to bring the audience gems of contemporary guitar literature little unconventional arrangements of tool, as these works were mostly written for classical guitar. Concert will feature music from Stepan Rak, Andrew York, …..

In 2000 she graduated from the Conservatory in Košice, a main line of play the flute in the class of Mgr. art. Alena Trnovo and concurrently piano department in the class of Mgr. art. Violas Samborski. Several times the laureate of the Competition of Slovak Conservatories. He actively participated in international courses in classes Prof. …..

Marcin Dylla (b. 1976 in Chorzow, Poland) began to learn to play guitar from his eight years in music school in the Red Śląskie. Between 1995 – 2000 he studied at the Music Academy in Katowciach (prof. Wanda Palacz) and then at foreign schools: Academy of Music in Basel (prof. Oscar Ghiglia), Academy of Music …..

Michal Červienka (1983) was born in Heľpa, central Slovakia. He started playing the accordion at the age of eight. Renowned Ukrainian teacher Lesia Vlachová discovered his talent and provided the first lessons for him at the Elementary School of Arts in Heľpa. Later he attended the classes of Róbert Tatár in Banská Bystrica. He continued …..

He was born on 15/06/1981 in Levoca. In 1995, he finished music school in Levoca – playing the accordion / led by Mgr. Dušan Kamenický / a guitar playing / led by Mgr. Petra Dubivský /. In 2001 he graduated from the Conservatory in Košice in the guitar class of MgA. Joseph branches, and in …..