Peeter Margus obtained his Bachelor’s degree from the Sibelius Academy in Finland in 2019 and Master’s degree cum laude from the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre in 2022 in the class of prof. Mari Tampere-Bezrodny.
He has had the pleasure of performing as a soloist with many orchestras - Orchestra of the Estonian Defence Forces, Symphony Orchestra of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Estonian Musicteachers’ Symphony Orchestra, Haapsalu String Festival Orchestra, VHK Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra Reaalmažoor, Pirita Guitar Orchestra, Estonian Kantele Orchestra and Weinviertler Philharmoniker in Austria among others.
From 2016 to 2022 Peeter Margus was a member of the Grammy winning Tallinn Chamber Orchestra.
Since 2022 he is working in the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre and obtaining a PhD degree.
Valeria Rjuminagraduated obtained her Bachelor’s degree from the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre under the supervision of Alexander Ficher and Rūta Lipinaitytė-Savickienė and the Master’s degree under Mari Tampere-Bezrodny.
Her love for chamber music found expression in D’art DUO established together with the viola player Maria Nesterenko takes a step further by providing new opportunities for listening to electronic music.
In addition to active performance of chamber music, Valeria Rjumina also teaches violin at the Kuusalu School of Arts and works as the concertmaster of the second violins in the Estonian Sinfonietta.
Karl Johann Lattikas obtained his Bachelor’s degree from Sibelius Academy in Finland and Master’s degree from the Academy of Music and Dance in Cologne in autumn 2022.
Karl Johann Lattikas has had the opportunity to play with various orchestras and ensembles - Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, Estonian Festival orchestra, Kuopio City Orchestra, Aachen Symphony Orchestra, Tapiola Sinfonietta, Kokkola Opera Ensemble, Järvi Instrumentalists, Turku Royal Musicians among others.
As a soloist, he has performsed with the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, Tallinn Chamber Orchestra and Estonian Sinfonietta.
Kaia Lattikas graduated from the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre under the supervision of prof. Leo Normet with a Master’s degree in Musicology.
She has worked as a producer, author and host of music programmes for the Estonian Television, as a producer for Tallinn Philharmonic Society and the Season Coordinator for SA Eesti Kontsert.
As a producer, she has organised numerous large-scale festivals over the years such as Birgitta Festival, Perfect Silence, Tallinn International Music Festival of Bach bachFest, Artissimo!.
Since 2010 she has dedicated to the orchestra that now bears the name Estonian Sinfonietta.