Pablo Galdo is considered as one of the most renowned Spanish pianists and most outstanding of his generation. Some of the world's greatest pianists and masters have been unanimous in highlighting his talent and musicianship. Hungarian pianist Tamas Vasary, one of the most renowned pianists of XX’s century, said about him: After listening to Pablo Galdo’s recording, I inmediatly invited him to play with me a 4 hands recital. This gives an idea of what I think about him as a musician and complete pianist”
Tamás Vásáry is well known as a virtuoso pianist in Soviet-dominated Hungary, but flourished internationally in the 1960s and '70s following his departure to the West. In the late '70s he turned to conducting and toured extensively in that role, especially in the USA.
The admiration of the specialized critics and the esteem of the public reaffirm Enrique Bagaría as one of the outstanding names of the current piano scene. He began his musical studies with professors Rosa Masferrer and Luiz de Moura Castro. He obtained the Advanced Degree in Piano at the Municipal Conservatory of Barcelona.
Luís Filipe Sá graduated from the Conservatory of Music of Porto in the class of Maria Teresa Xavier. He was also a disciple of Helena Moreira de Sá e Costa, with whom he developed and deepened his piano studies. Worked chamber music in the classes of the cellist Madalena Moreira de Sá e Costa and the violinist Alberto Gaio Lima. He was a fellow of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.