Hailing from Besançon, France, Paul Bertin studied classical saxophone for 12 years before diving into the modern jazz world under the tutelage of flautist Magic Malik and saxophonist Julien Lourau.
Now a Californian since 2007, Paul has become one of the main actors in the Balkan music scene there while playing and helping develop numerous groups ; he also has studied and shared the stage with greats such as Kocani Orkestar, Fanfare Ciocarlia, Ismail Lumanovski and Sergiu Popa.
An international performer and educator, Paul has traveled extensively throughout the Balkans to study traditional musics, and has organized and taught a series of workshops in Mexico. 

Guitarist Dusty Brough brilliantly combines his roots in Flamenco with Jazz, Folk, Brazilian, Gypsy and Balkan music. As a composer, he integrates these eclectic influences with his unique approach to music and
a “blatant disregard for genre boxes” (Joe Bendel, Epoch Times). Brough’s nylon-string guitar playing is marked by an unparalleled agile technique that supports a buoyant aesthetic. Dusty creates something truly remarkable by seamlessly blending lush harmonies, intricate rhythms and improvisation, with a fluidity, presence, and rhythm that can only be compared to the rolling waves of the ocean. 
As drummer in San Diego, Julien Cantelm is highly sought after for his versatile and creative styles. Born into a musical family, Cantelm’s journey began at a young age, when he first picked up the violin before moving on to the drum set and acoustic guitar. Equally adept in jazz, brazilian, cuban, funk, rock and various other styles of music, Cantelm performs, records and works with numerous artists.