Stéphanie Meyer *1977 born in Montréal, She receives her musical education at the conservatory of her hometown from Dorothy Bégin, at McGill University with Antonio Lysy and at the Music Academy Basel with Thomas Demenga. She later turned to playing the baroque cello under the tutelage of Christophe Coin at the Schola Cantorum Basel. She is a guest at music festivals in Germany, Switzerland and England. She is grateful for formative encounters with musicians such as Steven Isserlis, Janos Starker, Mstislav Rostropovitch, Anner Bylsma, Erich Höbarth and Sergio Azzolini. She was, among others, principal cellist of the Camerata Bern and participated in projects of the Cappella Andrea Barca under András Schiff. She has been teaching at the Basel Music School since 2010.

Martin Jaggi was born *1978 in Basel. He studied violoncello and composition in Basel, Zurich and Hamburg. From 2000 to 2013 he was a member of the Mondrian Ensemble Basel, which he co-founded. He is also the solo cellist of the basel sinfonietta. As a composer, Martin Jaggi receives commissions from renowned ensembles and festivals and his works experience many performances in numerous countries in Europe, Asia and America. He lives and works in Singapore and Basel. Martin Jaggi has been a member of the EPhB since 2010.