Eva-Lotta Ohlsson , soprano
Katarina Ström-Harg , piano
Stefan Harg , clarinet

Paula af Malmborg-Ward: Songs 
Carl Nielsen: Variations on a theme Op.40 
Catherine Leyman: Water Klanger 
Niklas Breman: Non Serviam -Pulsar II Black Coffee -Sponged-Non Serviam II Asayake II 
Niklas Breman : Sånger fra Slätta  

Eva-Lotta Ohlsson - soprano 
has its roots in Skövde, Västergötland. After high school she studied in the musical and dance. It soon became evident that the classical music came to be even closer to her heart, and in 2009 she graduated from the School of Music and Drama at the University of Gothenburg, with a master. 
2009 was appointed Eva-Lotta Jenny Lind scholarship and got the same summer doing two extensive concert tours in the United States and Sweden with pianist Linda Dahl Laursen (2009 Otto Goldschmidt Fellow). She has sung roles such as Susanna in The Marriage of Figaro, Cleopatra in Julius Caesar, Musetta in La Bohème, Adele in Die Fledermaus, Eliza in My Fair Lady, Valancienne in The Merry Widow, Pamina in Die Zauberflöte and Michaela in Carmen. 
Eva-Lotta has among others worked for the Gothenburg Opera, Opera Lacko Castle, Scanian Opera, National Theatre, Göteborg Wind Orchestra, the Gothenburg Concert Hall and Opera on insert. 

Katarina Ström-Harg - piano 
Katarina is a professor of interpretation / studying at the Royal Academy of Music in Stockholm and is a well established pianist in the Swedish music scene and she has a worldwide network of contacts and performed in countries as soloist and chamber musician: USA, UK, France, Croatien, Denmark, Spain m. al. The repertoire ranges from baroque to contemporary music. She has especially gained appreciation for his interpretations of Bach, Beethoven and Mozart, the composer, she combines happily with contemporary music with special emphasis on neglected women composers from the early 1900s to the present. She runs various projects as an entrepreneur and is an innovator by presenting live music in different environments. 

Stefan Harg - clarinet 
is internationally recognized as a versatile and sought-after musicians. He gives concerts as a chamber musician, soloist and orchestral musician and collaborates with leading musicians and conductors. This has led to many collaborations with the world's leading interpreter and he is invited regularly as a soloist in Swedish and foreign orchestras. Recently, attention in the program lost Mozart clarinet, Stefan is the official artist of Vandoren, Paris. 

Niklas Breman (1966-) born in Lidköping 
studied composition at the School of Music prof. Jan Sandström and Kungl.Musikhögskolan in Stockholm for Bill Brunson. Niklas has written music in a variety of contexts and collaborated with musicians Rollin'phones, Anders Palsson, Hermann Stefansson, Stenhammar Quartet, Martin Frost and Ensemble Modern. 
The work list is plenty, orchestral works, chamber music in various constellations as well as music written for children. Niklas is since 2003 head teacher at the Junior Academy. There, he runs too young generation composers in collaboration with the Uruk-premiere club.