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Marine comes from Le Chatelard, in the French Alps near Annecy.

At the age of 8, she started playing classical guitar.

In 2012 she obtained a bachelor of Music and Musicology at the University Lumière Lyon II and a DEM (Diploma of musical study) at the ENM of Villeurbanne in the class of Eric Franceries. In 2013 she started her Bachelor of Classical Guitar and Pedagogics at ESM Burgundy in Dijon where she studied with Martin Ackerman. She finished her Bachelor (DNSPM) in Seville, Spain at Conservatorio Superior de Música Manuel Castillo with Francesco Bernier in 2016. In 2019, Marine completed her master's degree in classical guitar interpretation at the Hogent School in Ghent, Belgium, where in 2021 she also finished her soloist postgraduate with Gaëlle Solal.

Marine has received several prizes in classical guitar competitions and play as solo- and in chamber music groups. Currently, she teaches at the Hellemmes Music School and at the Mons-en-Baroeul Conservatory in Lille, France.

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Anna Vegrim Ryvænge comes from Drammen, Norway.

She started playing the cello, but at the age of 10 she was drawn to the classical guitar.

In her teens she attended the Youth Music Program at the Norwegian Academy of Music and Barratt-Due Music Institute in Oslo. After finishing High School, Anna went to Aarhus, Denmark, to start her Bachelor of Classical Guitar at the Royal Academy of Music with Frederik Munk Larsen. In 2017/2018, she went to study in Seville, Spain at Conservatorio Superior de Música Manuel Castillo with Antonio Duro. Currently she is finishing her Master of Classical Guitar in Aarhus.

Anna has played several concerts and participated in competitions in Europe, as a soloist and as a part of chamber music groups. She is active in different projects with several chamber music groups.

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Ingrid Horvei Lyslo comes from Førde, Norway.

At the age of 7 she started playing the cello, but the guitar sparked interest when she was 10 and at 14 she was drawn to the classical repertoire.

After studying classical guitar at Firda High School she spent a year as an exchange student in Tokyo, Japan. In 2015 she went to the University of Agder in Kristiansand to study for a bachelor’s degree in Classical Guitar and Pedagogics with Per Kjetil Farstad, where she also received regular lessons from Rolf Lislevand. In 2019 she obtained her second bachelor at the Grieg Academy in Bergen with Prof. Stein-Erik Olsen, where she is currently studying for a master’s degree in Performance.

Ingrid has played both solo- and chamber music at concerts in Norway, Denmark, Japan, Belgium, France and Italy.

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