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About Us

Three exceptionally talented musicians joined their strengths to establish this unique classical trio. Standing on stage is their privilege to create unforgettable musical experiences.

Marta Sutora Violin
Marta Sutora

Marta is an accomplished and innovative violinist as well as a dedicated violin teacher. Previously, she was a member of the prestigious Slovak Chamber Orchestra and the Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, where she had the opportunity to work alongside globally recognized conductors and soloists like James Judd, Emmanuelle Villaume, Kaspar Zehnder, Alexander Rahbari, George Pehlivanian, Javier Camareno, among others.


During her tenure with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra, Marta took part in numerous international tours under the leadership of eminent conductors and soloists including Ennio Morricone, John Mauceri, Nicholas Buc, Steven Mercurio, Justin Freer, Ben Palmer, and others.


She performed at renowned concert stages such as the Berlin Philharmonic Chamber Hall, Musikverein Vienna, Rudolfinum Prague, Auditorio de Zaragoza, Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall, The Symphony Hall Osaka, Madison Square Garden NY, and various other esteemed venues. Additionally, she collaborated with multiple orchestras in Slovakia, the Czech Republic, and Austria over the course of her career.

Marta is also a founding member of the unconventionally instrumented ensemble ExcessQuartet.

Furthermore, Marta is the founder of the European Violin Academy in Adelaide, where she imparts her knowledge and skills to numerous aspiring violin students. Her commitment to music education is reflected in her role as a mentor and teacher at the academy.

Matej Sutora Violin
Matej Sutora

Matej embarked on his musical journey with the Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, later transitioning to the Slovak Chamber Orchestra where he assumed the role of the leader of the 2nd Violin group.


During his tenure with these ensembles, he graced renowned stages worldwide, including the Berlin Philharmonic Chamber Hall, Musikverein Vienna, Rudolfinum Prague, Auditorio de Zaragoza, Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall, The Symphony Hall Osaka, St. Petersburg Philharmonic Hall, Azerbaijan State Philharmonic Hall, and many others.

While contributing to the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, Matej collaborated with esteemed conductors and soloists such as Shlomo Mintz, James Judd, Emmanuel Villaume, Jiri Belohlavek, Edita Gruberova, and various other notable figures in the classical music world.

Furthermore, Matej had the privilege of joining distinguished European and Asian orchestras, with a notable mention being his involvement with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra for concert tours alongside the legendary Ennio Morricone.

Similar to Marta, Matej is a founding member and arranger of the ExcessQuartet, showcasing his versatility and creativity in the realm of music.

Adam Rybovic Piano
Adam Rybovic

A pianist, composer, multi-instrumentalist and audio producer. Studied piano under Lorraine Gregory and Emeritus Professor David Lockett.  He specialised in classical piano and cello, although he also studied jazz under Mark Simeon Ferguson. At 13, he was accepted as a pianist into the University of Adelaide under the single studies program, and later completed a Bachelor of Music (Honours) in Composition, with a secondary focus in Audio Engineering and Sonic Arts.

As a composer he has had works performed by the Elder Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra conducted by Graham Abbott.


Currently, Adam is focusing on recording and production, having collaborated with various music groups, performing on instruments such as the organ, trumpet and fujara - the latter of which he is experimenting on with instrument design, attempting to develop a chromatic overtone flute.


He has also recorded a large catalogue of piano repertoire, and worked on audio production for projects under various aliases in both the classical and popular music worlds, collaborating with labels such as Decca/Universal, Sony and WMG.

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