Anatol Stefanet - viola
Anatol Stefanet is the leader of the group, composer, Honored Artist of Moldova Republic, member of the Union of Romanian Filmmakers and Art director of Ethno-jazz Festival in Moldova.
He is the leader and the author of music of Trigon group and Stefanet folk band, composer of music for drama play “Metamorphoses” (Satiricus theater, Chisinau), and films Still Center by Carina Tautu ( Romania/USA, 2005), “Lupii si Zeii” by Sandu Vasilache (Moldova Film, 2009) , Nunta in Basarabia by Napoleon Helmis ( Romania /Moldova, 2010).
Known as a virtuoso of the viola, he was a special guest of the International Viola Congress 2001 in New Zealand, Wellington.
As a leader of the folk orchestra he has recorded 4 CDs in France and Estonia. One of his solo CDs "Anatol Stefanet - bratsch solo" was marked by the French press " CHOC in Musique du Monde" in 1999, 2002, 2006 years. With Trigon group he has edited 8 CDs in France, Germany, Russia, Rumania, Moldova, Belgium, Greece. He was a member of Okay Temiz "Black Sea Orchestra" named by the press "all star band" (Virtual Womex) and played in the Berlin Experimenti orchestra conducted by Bardo Henning and Sea Zone trio (Enver Izmailov, Anatol Stefanet, Vali Boghean).
Vali Boghean - multi-instrumentalist, vocal
The multi-instrumentalist Vali is the winner of numerous international competitions in Moldova and Rumania, where he was awarded as the best instrumentalist on "Galbena Gutuie", "Lautarii Moldovei","Maria Dragan", "Malurile Dunarii ", "Maria Tanase" festivals. Begun his work with Trigon since 2009, Vali Boghean is the leader and composer of his own pop music group Vali Boghean Band.
Dan Brumă - guitar
Dan Brumă has a degree in jazz guitar studies from Academy of Arts in Chisinau, became a demanded guitarist which had played in groups such as 3ART, MecHad, InDuo, ViaDaca, Geta Burlacu Project and was part of Brussels jazz orchestra at Bozar international project. Gari Tverdohleb - graduated the Academy of Arts from Chisinau as percussionist and jazz drummer. He played in numerous jazz and rock projects. He is a sensitive accompanist with a delicate touch, but can build up a storm when it is necessary.
Gari Tverdohleb - drums, percussion, xylophone
Gari Tverdohleb is the best Moldavian drummer, which played in numerous Rock and Jazz projects and groups. Gari is the master of all percussion instruments, a brilliant and original musician, possessing a flawless rhythm, the ability to outline the most refined nuances and to create a dense and intricate music. He is a sensitive accompanist with a delicate touch, but can build up a storm when it is necessary.