Milijana Jović

(Belgrade, 1950), studied at the Music Academy in Skopje, Macedonia. She is currently living and working in Gabon. She has written: First symphony, for string orchestra, Behu bili, for chorus and orchestra. Unfortunately at this moment in time there is no further information about her musical activities.

Miroslava Janković

(Belgrade, 25 th August, 1943), composer and pedagogue, studied in the department of composition and orchestration at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade, gaining a diploma in 1970, with Predrag Milošević. She completed her studies at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow. Her list of works includes: String quartet (1968), Little suite, for accordion (1978), Symphonic movement (1969), Sonata, for violin and piano (1966), Uspavanke za pajaca (Lullabies for harlequin), Variations, for violin and piano (1974), Song cycle to poems by Jovan Dučić - Napon, Noć i Sunce (1970).

Natalia Jiménez Sarmento

(born in 1981 in Madrid, Spain). Singer and songwriter. She is the lead singer of the Spanish pop band La 5a Estacion. In 2007, Natalia was featured in the album Real of the Puerto Rican singer Ednita Nazario, performed a duet No. Ricky Martin's single, The Best Thing About Me Is You, was made in the Spanish version with Natalia Jiménez. After appearing and performing at the 2010 Latin Grammys with Ricky Martin, Natalia announced her solo album. She also announced that the band, La Quinta Estacion was not broken up and that she and Angel Reyero, her bandmate, were focusing on solo projects. Natalia's first single as a solo artist Por Ser Tu Mujer was released in April 2011. In June 2011 Natalia made her debut solo concert in "Bonaire". Her self-titled debut album "Natalia Jimenez" was released on June 2011 in the United States. In early 2013, it was reported that Natalia had been working on her second studio album as a solo artist.
Selected recordings: With La Quinta Estación: Primera toma, 2002; Flores de alquiler, 2004; El mundo se equivoca, 2006; Sin frenos, 2009. Solo Albums: Natalia Jiménez, 2011; TBA, 2013.