Wim Poesen

Has been playing traditional Flemish and Irish music since 1978.

Being a self-taught musician on the wooden flute and bagpipes, he's often been asked as a teacher and performer throughout Europe. He participated at various recordings for radio broadcasting and recordings for film music. A number of Wim's tunes have become part of the traditional standard repertoire in Belgium and abroad. His best known tune Wals voor Polle, a beautiful waltz, has already been recorded by several bands in Europe and the States.

Leo Rutten

Leo is also a self-taught musician in flemish and irish music on both melodeon, saxophones and taragot. He travelled through Europe as well with Het Limburgs Dansorkest, Papaver and Katskoo. He participated at various radio and tv broadcastings.