Originally from Vancouver Island, BC, Becky Noble is a Montreal-based saxophonist, composer/arranger, and educator. She holds a bachelor of music (jazz performance) from McGill University, and has also studied at the Banff Centre for the Arts.

Guitarist Carl Naud was born in the Lac St-Jean region of Québec. After studying jazz and pop music at Alma CEGEP, he went on to earn a Bachelors Degree in Jazz Performance from the Université de Montréal. He has studied under such renowned musicians as guitarists Richard Ring, Reno De Stefano and Michael Pucci, drummer Richard Provençal and pianist Pierre Leduc.

Montréal-born singer Carole Therrien began studying music at a young age at Le Plateau School, and later at Joseph François-Perrault School. In 1994, she earned her bachelor's degree in voice (classical) at UQAM and was awarded the Fondation UQAM's Pierre J.Jeanniot scholarship.That same year, she was runner-up for the Mount-Royal Symphony Orchestra music competition. 1994 was also the year Carole discovered her love of jazz.

Montreal-based saxophonist and composer Christine Jensen has been described
as, “an original voice on the international jazz scene… [and] one of Canada’s
most compelling composers,” by Mark Miller of the Globe and Mail. According
to Greg Buium of Downbeat Magazine, “Jensen writes in three dimensions,
with a quiet kind of authority that makes the many elements cohere. Wayne
Shorter, Maria Schneider and Kenny Wheeler come to mind.” After a