Hlíf Sigurjónsdóttir furthered her violin studies at the Universities of Indiana and Toronto with Franco Gulli and Lorand Fenyves, and the Banff School of Fine Arts. Later she took lessons with Gerald Beal in New York. She has been fortunate enough to work with many of the leading musicians of the twentieth century, including William Primrose, Janos Starker, Rucciero Ricci, Igor Oistrach, György Sebök and the members of the Hungarian quartet. Hlíf has given numerous concerts both as a soloist and with various ensembles and orchestras. A critically acclaimed 2-CD set of her playing the Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin by J.S. Bach has been highly praised, as well as her most recent disk, DIALOGUS, with solo violin works, all of which were written for her.
Gunnhildur Daðadóttir is born in Reykjavík and started taking violin lessons at the age of 5. After graduating from the Iceland Academy of the Arts, where she studied with Guðný Guðmundsdóttir, she continued her studies at the Lahti Music Academy in Finland, University of Illinois and University of Michigan in America. Her principal teachers were Sigurbjörn Bernharðsson and Aaron Berofsky. Since 2012, Gunnhildur has been working as a violinist in Iceland, she is a member of the violin section of the Iceland Symphony Orchestra, and has performed with number of other ensembles such as Reykjavík Chamber Orchestra, Iceland Opera Orchestra and Iceland Symphony of the North. Gunnhildur teaches violin at Nýi Tónlistarskólinn, is the project manager of the Iceland Chamber Music Festival and a member of ISAR in Kópavogur – Iceland Search and Resque Team.
Ásdís Hildur Runólfsdóttir viola player studied in Reykjavík, Germany and Holland. She has been teaching at the Music school in Kópavogur since 1987, and also been active as a viola player and played with many different groups.
Þórdís Gerður Jónsdóttir started studying the cello in Tónlistarskóli Hafnarfjarðar when she was 8 years old. In 2011, she continued her studies at FÍH and graduated from the jazz department in the spring of 2014 with emphasis on improvisation and composition. Þórdís is currently studying classical cello at the Iceland Academy of the Arts. She is a member of Sigurður Flosason's and Hans Olding's jazz quintet where they play their arrangements of brazilian jazz.