Joana Amorim, Catherine Strynckx and Paulo Amorim are professors at the National Conservatory, Portugal, all three with recognized careers, both as soloists and integrated into the most diverse groups, as they are musicians open to many genres of music. Joana plays the baroque transverse flute, specializing in Early Music. She studied in Den Haag (Netherlands) at the Koninkleijk Conservatorium, with Barthold Kuijken, and afterwards with Marc Hantaï. Strynckx plays the cello. She studied in Prague, Paris, Basel and at the "Menuhin Academy" and she was awarded the 1st Prize at the International Competition of Caltanisseta, Trapani. Paulo plays guitar. Graduated from the Academy of Music Amateurs in Lisbon, the Royal College of Music and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, he performed in nine European countries as well as in Latin America (Brazil and Venezuela). In addition to being a guitarist, he is also a composer and arranger.