Viktorija Zabrodaitė (flute) graduated from the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre with a Master's degree (Assoc. Prof. Lionginas Čiapas). She attended master classes by Prof. Imants Sneibis (Latvia), Prof. Zdenek Bruderhans's (Czech Republic) and other famous flute teachers.
The flutist performs a variety of programs in concert cycle "Our Towns", participates in the musical education program "The Dawning Dawn". V. Zabrodaitė's name is often seen on various posters for festivals and concerts: "Returns", "Alma mater Musicalis", "Paežeriai", "Pažaislis", "Biržų Castle", "Netradicinių ansamblių fantazija ir žavesys", "Chamber Music", "The Great Parade of Musicians". The flutist participated in the performance of a mystery composed by V. Barkauskas (2005) during the international festival Druskininkai Summer with M. K. Čiurlionis.
The flutist performs with ensembles of various artists, and her concert roads lead throughout Lithuania and far beyond its borders. Her scenic partners have been the Piano Quartet led by Kęstutis Grybauskas, pianist Šviesė Čepliauskaitė (with whom the ensemble "Duo Sensibile" was founded), famous Lithuanian and German organists, accordion quintet "Modus", "Duo Strimaitis" and trio "Grazioso". With the latter ensemble, whitch includes opera singer Joana Gedmintaitė and pianist Vilma Rindzevičiūtė-Zbinden, she performed in many concerts in Lithuania, Poland, Germany, Switzerland and Austria, where in 2006 a CD was released. The flutist has made archive recordings for the Lithuanian Radio and Television.
V. Zabrodaitė has been successfylly combining performing activities with pedagogical work. She has been teatching the flute class at Karoliniškės Music School in Vilnius.
Šviesė Čepliauskaitė (piano) graduated from the Lithuanian Academy of Music where she finished her assistantship training (Prof. Jurgis Karnavičius). She attended The Frederic Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw (Prof. B. Hesse-Bukowska). She also improved her skills as international mastership courses in Great Britain and Germany.
The pianist participated in international festivals abroad ("Lake District Summer Music" in Great Britain, "Lato z Chopinem", "Chopin w barwach jesieni", "Floralia muzyczne", "Koncerty Chopinowskie w Lazienkach Krolewskich" in Poland). She participated in festivals in Lithuania ("Returns", "Druskininkai Summer with M. K. Čiurlionis", "Musical Autums", "Tytuvėnai Summer Festival", and others) and in musical projects ("The Great Parade of Musicians", "Alma mater Musicalis", "Let There Be Night", "F. Chopin's salon in Vilnius Picture Gallery" and others). The pianist prepared chamber music and music-literary programs with Lithuanian and foreign performers.
The major part of Š. Čepliauskaitė's solo repertoire consists of works of the Romantics. She is especially fond of Frederic Chopin's works. She was the first in Lithuania to record all of Chopin's waltzes (2004) and to develop unique concert programmes revealing the interaction between Chopin and Lithuanian composers (CD "CHOPIN LT" 2010), in 2011, Š. Čepliauskaitė received the Polish Honor Award "Merit for Polish Culture". The pianist is actively involved in promoting the works of Duke Michal Kleophas Oginski - in addition to concerts and lectures on the subject, for the first time in Lithuania, she, together with actress Virginija Kochanskytė and singer Giedrė Zeicaitė, recorded M. K. Oginski's romances and piano works with their improvisation of Oginski's polonaise theme (CD "M. K. Oginski, Farewell to the Homeland, 2009).