Alessandro Biasi is a saxophone player based in Luxembourg. His repertoire ranges from jazz to modern music styles. Alessandro is bookable both in band setup (duo, trio, quartet, etc...) as well as solo performer. He produced his own solo program with background synthesiser - especially designed for events. Alessandro is part of Performers.lu already for some time and an old dog when it comes to playing on events and weddings!
Patricia Freres is a Luxembourgish soprano with an unusually expressive and emotional presence. Her carreer includes diverse opera roles, like for example the role of Mimi (La Bohème) performed in Greece or the role of Micäela (Carmen) performed in Frankfurt. Patricia studied singing at the Conservatory of Luxembourg, where she did a prix supérieur in "Art Lyrique" and "Chant". In 2014, Patricia was given the "Chevalier de l'Ordre de Mérite du Luxembourg" from H.H. the Grand-Duc Henri of Nassau.
Besides classical concerts, Patricia is available for weddings and events. Usually she sings with an accompaniment like piano, organ, cello or simply her own playback.
Pierre Fontenelle, solo-cellist of the Opéra Royal de Wallonie-Liège, took up the cello as an autodidact in Seattle, U.S.A., beginning his exploration of classical music at the age of 10. Four years later, upon his immigration to Luxembourg, he began learning cello traditionally at the Conservatoire de Luxembourg, receiving the Diplôme de Concert in 2018, simultaneously studying at the IMEP (Namur), earning his Masters with the greatest honors in 2020 and subsequently becoming assistant-teacher from September 2020 onwards. He has participated in various masterclasses with reputed musicians around Europe such as Frans Helmerson, Gary Hoffman and Jérôme Pernoo, Marie Hallynck and the Danel Quartet.
His desire to play as an orchestral musician led him to join the Opéra Royal de Wallonie-Liège as solo cello in August 2019, thus becoming the youngest permanent musician of the orchestra.
Pierre Fontenelle has performed in several prestigious venues and festivals in Belgium (Chapelle Reine Élisabeth, Philharmonie de Liège, le Royal Juillet Musical de Saint-Hubert…) and has been invited as a soloist by the Musique Militaire Grand-Ducale, the Musique Royale des Guides Belges… 2nd Prize “Van Hecke” of the BCS Cello Competition (2020), he also received the First Prize Prix Edmond Baert and the Feldbusch Prize of the International Cello Competition of Woluwe-Saint-Pierre.
Committed to all the various aspects of being a musician, classical or otherwise, Pierre composes and explores popular and contemporary music with the Duo Kiasma alongside the accordionist Frin Wolter.