Singer originally from Sweden, she interprets different musical styles such as Blues, Jazz and Funk. Her musical influences have been Billie Holiday, Etta James, Amy Winehouse, among others.
Serguei Sokolov, Originally from Russia, he finished his musical studies at the Rimsky Korsakov School, he joined the Municipal Jazz Orchestra where he worked for twenty years. He has participated in different international jazz festivals both with this orchestra and with various jazz groups. He was a drum professor at the College and at the Magnitogorsk.
He has played with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Querétaro and in various jazz festivals of the entity. He currently serves as a professor in Fine Arts at the UAQ.
Dan Nicholas grew up in New York City and New Jersey. An early interest in jazz led him to world renowned jazz pianist and educator Dr. Barry Harris, with whom he studied for six years. Nicholas has been based in the Netherlands since 2001 and in addition to performances there and in the USA, he has performed in France, Italy, Germany, Belgium, Sweden, Greece, Ireland, England, and Russia. He has worked with Barry Harris, Grant Stewart, Mike LeDonne, Jeremy Pelt, Dado Moroni, Peter Beets, and Gregory Hutchinson, among many others.

Andrew Peruzzini performed with the Buffalo (NY) Philharmonic Orchestra under Michael Tillson Thomas, American Wind Symphony Orchestra under Robert Austin Boudreauu(Pittsburgh), Glorious Brass Quintet(Austin), Ringling Brothers Circus, Disneyland Band, Solo trumpet chair with Carol McLaughlin Big Band, Jazz trio Payazzo, Lead horn player with My Cousin Tone’ jazz ensemble and others. High school music instructor and band director for Buffalo (NY) Public Schools. As a student and educator he shared the stage or classroom with Keith Jarrett, Ron Carter, Allen Vizzutti, Rick Braun, Ed Shaughnessey, Ron Logan, Jeff Tyzik, Steve Raybine, Rayburn Wright, Bill Dobbins, Sam Zambito, Ted Nash and others. Bachelor of Music Education and full merit scholarship recipient Eastman School of Music (Rochester, NY). Master of Fine Arts University of Texas @Austin. Certified New York State music educator.

Antonio Lozoya – Bassist – Bachelor of Music (jazz), School of Music, National Institute of Fine Arts, Mexico City. Lozoya has performed in festivals in Mexico, Cuba and the United States, accompanied by prominent jazz personalities such as Dave Pike, Bob Sheppard, John Ronstadt, Randy Bernsen, Roberto Vizcaino, Dennis Perrier, John Lefwitch (bass quintet), Daline Jones, Francisco Mela, Art Lande, Paul McCandless, Othello Molineaux, Brice Winston, and many others. He has backed-up singers Lila Downs, Magos Herrera and Iraida Noriega, and accompanied Dutch pianist Bert Van Der Been in an original musical production. Since 1999 he has produced many concerts throughout Mexico with his group “San Miguel Jazz Cats”.

Since 1997 he has worked in many capacities for the International Jazz Festival of San Miguel de Allende, including musician, director of education, musical director, and producer. For five years he has delivered a series of concerts and didactic lectures on the history and appreciation of jazz at the festival. In 2006, Lozoya reactivated the festival and added blues performances to the program. Since then he has directed of the International Jazz and Blues Festival of San Miguel de Allende. For his work, Lozoya was the 2014 beneficiary of the Performing Artists with Trajectory award from the National Fund for Culture and Arts (FONCA).