Tinne graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of Music on modern violin. Has since then specialized in Early Music, studying with several artists and capacities such as Francois Fernandez, Arek Golinski, Peter Spissky and Elizabeth Wallfisch. Furthermore she has participated in Masterclasses with Rachel Podger, Alessandro Ciccolini, Antoinette Lohmann, Bruce Dickey, Lars Ulrik Mortensen, Susie Napper.
Tinne has performed with leading ensembles such as Concerto Copenhagen (Dk), Arte dei Suonatori (Pl), Sigiswald Kuijken/Trondheim Barokk (Be/No), Baroksolistene (No), and Camerata Öresund (Dk/Is/Se) who recently enjoyed success as the Festival Orchestra lead by Jordi Savall in Naestved Early Music Festival.
She has performed in venues such as Trollhättan Tidig Musik Dagar, Festival Sarrebourg, European Day of Early Music, Heinrich Schütz Musikfest, Copenhagen Opera Festival, MA festival in Brügge and Utrecht Fringe Festival.
Marie works with several early music ensembles in Scandinavia: Concerto Copenhagen, Camerata Øresund, Holmens Barokensemble, Eslövs Kammarorkester and more. In 2016 she participated in Næstved Early Music Festival (Dk), as a part of the festival orchestra led by Jordi Savall. Her recent activities include a two moths stay at the Danish Institute in Rome (Acdan), for research into rhetoric principles in Italian baroque music.
Marie studied viola with Geneviève Strosser, and chamber music with Anton Kernjak at Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland. Besides, she took part of her studies at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, studying with David Plantier. She finished with a Master of Arts in 2011. She continued her early music studies at the Royal Danish Academy of Music, with Peter Spissky and Ketil Haugsand. Marie has participated in many master classes with among others: Enrico Gatti, Chiara Banchini, Christophe Coin, Lars Ulrik Mortensen, Catherine Puig-Vasseur, Jean-Philippe Vasseur, Wolfram Christ (Berliner Philharmoniker), Riebl (Mozarteum Salzburg), Serge Collot, Rudolph Buchbinder, Quatuor Ysaÿe.
Babett is originally from Germany, but lives now in Copenhagen, Denmark. She is a freelance musician, who enjoys a varied career as an organist, harpsichordist and director. She performed as a recitalist in e.g. Norway, Sweden, Spain, England, Northern Ireland, Japan, Denmark and Germany.
As a church music student, she studied at the music conservatory in Leipzig with Thomas-organist Ullrich Böhme and in Copenhagen with Hans Fagius. Here she took organ soloist class and later the harpsichord/early music Master.
She is involved in several music projects, as e.g. different early music ensembles, an experimental harpsichord/percussion-duo and she is the musical director of the organ summer-concerts-series in Zeitz cathedral, Germany. Babett is at the moment working as 2nd organist at the Grundtvigs church in Copenhagen, where she performs in the organ series as well as directs choir and orchestra performances.