Linda Mikulec (Agnetha)
At the age of 17 Linda startet her career and reached the first place in several singing competitions. Because of her successful performances she soon became the lead vocal member of a famous german Schlager group called Xanadu.
Linda has been singing in pop bands, gala and show orchestras, in the german armed forces music corps, big bands as well as in a variety of vocal lineups and background choirs for many years now. She shared the stage with numerous famous artists of the hit music, pop and musical scene, such as Helene Fischer, Jürgen Drews, Unheilig, The Kelly Family, Roberto Blanco, Michael Holm, Patrick Lindner, Kristina Bach, Vicky Leandros, Deborah Sasson, Paul Potts, Robin Gibb and Holly Johnson. She sang on first-class cruise ships like the MS DEUTSCHLAND, where she was the leadsinger of the bord orchestra for many years.
Linda is also experienced as a studio artist. In addition to recordings of commercials, title music from TV series and radio stations, she also sings the choir voices for various popular stars. A gold CD has adorned her wall since one of her featured projects, “Supa Richie”, with german comedy star Matze Knop was in the German single charts for weeks and became hit.
Simone Kerchner (Anni–Frid)
Simone Kerchner, among others leading actress in the Germany tour of “Evita” 2013, presents any music styles from rock and pop, from hit music to musical. After her studies in vocal and instrumental pedagogy at the Frankfurt Musikwerkstatt, Simone Kerchner additionally dedicated herself to a classical vocal training.
This was immediately followed by engagements in the musical "Der kleine Horrorladen" where she had the leading role of Audrey, as well as in "Non(n)sense" as Sister Robert Anne or in "Das Bildnis des Dorian Gray" as the fallen woman. In Princess Lillifee live she took over the role of the Sea Queen. Consistently excellent reviews from the trade press and a CD with the highlights of Evita, including the first German-language recording of "You must love me", which was composed especially for Madonna by Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, made the artist known beyond the borders of the state of Hessen. The CD record moved straight to number 1 in the German musical charts.
Besides many performances with bands at fairs, cruises, galas and other events, Simone also works as a singer for studio recordings. Her performative variations include shows with bands in the rock, pop, soul and musical genres.
Florian Brettschneider (Björn) Guitar/Vocals
Florian is one of the best guitarists Germany has to offer, notably if you look at the list of competitions that the now just 25-year-old has won over the years: In addition to several first prizes in his teens at the national level at “Jugend musiziert” or the international competition “Balatonakali”, Florian was the first German guitarist ever to win first prize in the highest age category at the top-class international Andres Segovia Guitar Competition.
He owes his craftsmanship to the sound classical training he received for the first eight years with Anja Walther in Sulzbach, then with Frank Wittstock in Obernburg. His incredible virtuosity then brought him to the Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt as a young student at the age of 16.
He developed his own style very early on, breaking through the confines of classical music. Jazz, in all its forms, appealed to him, but the young musician was particularly fascinated by pop music. The fact that Flo currently plays around 140 dates a year, both solo and as part of various ensembles, shows that he has successfully internalized the mechanisms of the business.
Dieter "DD" Döhrn (Benny) Piano/Keyboards/Vocals
For several years now, the pianist and singer Dieter Döhrn has been a permanent member of “Noble Composition”. Together with his fellow band members of “Noble Composition”, Dieter has shared the stage with many artists. Beside his musical activities, he is one of the experts for Yamaha Keyboards, where he performs his musical abilities and shares his knowledge on various fairs and music stores.
His love to sound-technical details paired with enthusiastic joy of playing are always a special live experience on stage.
Thomas Bleser (Owner and Bandleader of Noble Composition/Drums)
He is one of the best known bandleaders in Germany. As an “allround drummer”, Thomas works studio-, radio and television productions as well as many well-known artists. Furthermore, he is the owner and founder of “Noble Composition”, which is probably the most successful artist network in Germany and Europe and whereby the references and numerous appearances speak for themselves. Together with Achim Brochhausen (a. o. musical director of Thomas Anders) he also founded the tribute band “MAFFAYpur” in 2019, which became the winner of the “German Rock and Pop Award” in the same year.
Andreas Düro Bass (in the music scene also known as the "BASS PROFESSOR")
From 1989 to 1994 Andreas studied electric bass in the jazz class of the “Royal Consevatory” with Michel Hatzigeorgeou in Brussels. Moreover, he studied with some of the best bass players in Europe, such as Decebal Badila (Romania), Benoit Vanderstraaten (Belgium), Rom Heck (Conservatory Luxembourg), Stefan Rademacher and Rainer Wind (Germany). Due to his stylistic and instrumentalistic versatility, Andreas is a sought-after live- and studio musician. As a bass player he has played a variety of live gigs and tours with well-known artists as well as he served his musical skills in studio sessions for other artists e. g. Patricia Kelly, Jan Delay, Weather Girls, Ralph Herrenkind, Tino Gonzalez, Bill Ramsey, Johnny Logan, Joy Fleming, Valerie Scott and much more. Since 2014, Andreas is a permanent member at “Noble Composition”. In 2015 one of the biggest German bass magazines "Der Bassprofessor" published an article about him worth reading.
Additional artists small orchestra
Bettina Alban Abril/Violin