Le Duo D&C (CHILI / SERBIE), formé par deux jeunes musiciens virtuoses, offre une nouvelle palette de sons, de rythmes, de mélodies reliant le passé et le présent. Connectant l'art scénique avec les oeuvres remarquables de la musique du folklore, du baroque, du classique pour aller jusqu'aux oeuvres actuelles, ils utilisent plusieurs saxophones en complément d'un accordéon exceptionnellement orchestral. Il remporte en 2015 le 1er Prix d'OSAKA INTERNATIONAL MUSIC COMPETITION en musique de chambre, qui lui vaut une bourse pour le Cap Ferret Music Festival 2016. C'est leur première venue en France.

Alvaro Collao Leon is a chilean saxophonist and artistic director of the Tarapacá international music festival, whose artistic studies began under the guidance of Miguel Villafruela in the University of Chile, at the Conservatoire of Bordeaux with Marie-Bernardette Charrier and at the Music of Arts Privat University of the city of Vienna with Lars Mlekusch. He is a prize-winner of several international music competitions, such as the first Pan American Competition of Classic Saxophone Mexico D.F, the Vienna Fidelio Competition 2012 and 2014 and in the Osaka international competition 2015 where he also got the special prices Hyogo Governor awards, Vienna Performing award and "Also award" from Magazin The Sax. He has performed in important venues in Latin America, Asia,  Africa and Europe, including the Vienna Konzerthaus, Mozarteum Salzburg, Vienna Volksoper, Porgy and Bess Vienna, concert hall of Taipei, Gasteig Concert hall in Munich, Music Academy Katowice, Bibliothèque Mériadeck France, Teatro del Lago Chile, Corpartes Chile and in festivals such as Allegro Vivo Kammermusik Festival, Wien Modern, Salzurg biennale, Wiener Festwochen, the Saxophone Festival in Buenos Aires, Peru-SaxFest, Cervatino weeks of music from Guanajuato-Mexico, Costa Rica Saxfest, International Festival at the UNAM in Mexico City. He is in cooperation with the Symphonic Orchestra of Chile, ÖENM Österreich Ensemble für Neue Musik, Orchester Volkoper Wien, PHACE Ensemble, and the Vienna Saxophonic Orchestra. 

 Serbian accordionist, awarded several times by Mayor of Niš (Serbia) and laureate of “St. Sava prize” by Ministry of Education of Republic of Serbia as one of the most successful young people in Serbia in 2013, - is a special artist-accordionist who always fascinates the audience by his performances. He was born in 1994, and since five he expressed interest for music and accordion. He finished basic school as well as high music school in Niš (Serbia) in a group under Professor Tijana Jovanović with great international results. He continued studies at Konservatorium Wien (Vienna, Austria) in a group under Professor Grzegorz Stopa where he impressed the mentor by his talent. Djordje has realized numerous performances in several countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia, Hungary, Macedonia, Greece, Italia, Russia, and Austria. He played in some of the most prestigious concert halls, among them in MUPA (Budapest, Hungary) and Musikverein (Vienna, Austria) in 2015.

His career is characterized by numerous fascinating successes at international competitions, and some of the most important should be mentioned: Winner of International competition Akkordeon Art (Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2012), Winner at 65th Junior Coupe Mondiale (Spoletto, Italy, 2012), 2nd place at National World Trophy – as the youngest competitor in category age 18-32 (Samara, Russia, 2013), 1st place at international competition (Beltinci, Slovenia, 2014), 1st place at International competiton in Osaka (Japan 2015) in category DUO1st place at Vienna FIDELIO Competition (Austria 2015).

The most impressive with this young artist is fact that he on top level equally plays two types of accordions – piano accordion, and button accordion. It means that his repertoire is various, starting from music of Baroque and Romanticism, over classic pieces composed for accordion, up to modern music and traditional national music of Balkan region (East Europe). He has attended masterclasses of some of the most eminent professors and accordion performers: Pavel Fenyuk and Vladimir Murza (Ukraine), Miljan Bjeletić (Serbia), Petar Ralchev (Bulgaria), Jovan Pavlović (Norway), Teodoro Anzelotti (Switzerland). He collaborated and played with some of them, and he also successfully played with great artists in other instruments. Two concerts in Hungary with trumpet player Marko Marković (Serbia), as well as performances with Petar Ralchev and some of well recognized accordionist and composers of traditional Serbian music (Bata Kanda, Ljubiša Pavković) were remarkable. Also, Djordje participated with colleagues from Konzervatorium in performing the opera The Rake’s Progress (I. Stravinsky). He held four humanitarian concerts for people with disabilities in Austria. He is active member of association Live Music Now Yehudi Menuhin in Vienna.