Sadia Romero: violinist. She was born in Cuba and started the violin when she was 7 years old at Guillermo Tomas Music Conservatory. Later on she continued her musical education at Amadeo Roldan Music School where she graduated with a Certificate of Music in 2004. She was a member of the Juvenile Symphony Orchestra in Havana, Cuba from 2001-2005. From 2003- 2005 she performed continuously at the Melia Havana in Havana, Cuba. In 2005 Sadia traveled to Moscow, Russia where she delighted the public with her music at the Old-Havana Restaurant from 2005-2006. Later in 2006, she arrived to the United States where she has performed in concerts with Marc Anthony, Camila and Jose Jose. She a very versatile musician, in addition to a great violinist, she is a talented singer and songwriter. In July 2007, she was invited for an interview and performance at the Latin TV Show in Miami tittled "Seguro que Yes" in Channel 41. In 2008, she was invited once more by the same TV host Alexis Valdes to perform at his new program "Esta Noche TuNight" in MegaTV Channel. Sadia had the opportunity to expose her talents as a singer, violinist and composer at the same time in these two shows by performing her compositions.
Elizabeth M. Vazquez: cellist. Born in Cuba, graduated from schools Guillermo Tomas Music Conservatory and Amadeo Roldan Music Conservatory, Habana Cuba. After her studies she became the Professor of Violoncello and Ensemble Practice at the “National School of Art”, Havana, Cuba (1990-1993). She joined the “ National Symphony Orchestra of Cuba” in 1993. The orchestra gave international concerts in countries such as Mexico (2001), Martinique (2000), Peru (1997), Argentina (1996) and Spain (1994). Subsequent to that, Elizabeth arrived to the United States and obtained a Bachelor Degree in Music Performance from the University of Florida through New World School of the Arts in Miami, Florida. She had the honor of performing at the tribute made by various artists to the famous Cuban bassist Israel Lopez "Chachao" at the Carnival Center in Miami on September 22nd, 2007. In addition, she has played with the Miami Symphony Orchestra and Miami Lyric Opera.
Oderlyn Gutiez-Bello: flutist. She began studying music at the age of 8 at Guillermo Tomas Music Conservatory in La Habana, Cuba. She came to the United States in 1998 continuing her music education. During the high school years she participated in numerous competitions, concerts and received several music awards. In 2003 entered the New World School of the Arts College (NWSA), which is an Art School in a partnership with Miami Dade College and the University of Florida. Competitions she has won: Florida Flute Association Advanced Masterclass with Ervin Monroe (2005), 2nd place in the MDC Women's History Month Celebration Music Competition (2005), 3rd place winner at the Florida Flute Association College Young Artist Competition (2006). She did a T.V appearance with cellist Erick Riesgo in a flute-cello duo in the show “Noche de Estrellas" (Night of Stars) in the Telemiami Channel. In April 26, 2006 Oderlyn received the Bachelor Degree of Music Performance from the University of Florida and the Master Degree of Music Performance (2009) from Lynn University under the instruction of Renee Siebert, flutist with the New York Philharmonic. Oderlyn has performed as principal flutist with the Walenstein Symphony Orchestra and has play with the Sunrise Symphonic Pops Orchestra, Hallandale Symphonic Pops Orchestra, Hollywood Philharmonic Orchestra and CVE Orchestra. She currently teaches music at Miami Conservatory of Music and teaches Humanities and Music History at Miami Dade College. (Click on her name to visit her website)