Joosep Sang teaches ukulele to children and adults and guides the 25-member Estonian Ukulele Orchestra. He has also taught ukulele in numerous courses, trainings and workshops. In addition, he conducts the 35-member orchestra Saku Mandolins and participates in several ensembles, playing various strings (ukulele, mandolin, bass, etc.).
Joosep has studied music theory at Tallinn Georg Ots Music School and musicology at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre. For a long time, he worked as a singer of the Estonian National Male Choir. Currently, he works as a radio presenter at Klassikaraadio and editor at Muusika magazine. He has been the artistic leader of plucked strings instruments section for the last two Estonian Song and Dance Celebrations. He also has translated and edited several music books and created music and sound designs for theatrical productions.
Svetlana Jõgi graduated from the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre (EMTA) in 2008 with a master's degree in piano pedagogy. Svetlana Jõgi started her pedagogical journey as a piano teacher in 2005 at Rae Hobby School and since 2006 she has worked at Tallinn Music School. Besides her pedagogical practice, Svetlana is interested in research activities, participating in various interpretive and general pedagogical conferences. Svetlana's research interests include group piano teaching methods for children and adults.