Anneli Peebo, Boris Lehtlaan, Valdur Laid, Priit Pajusaar, Imre Sooäär, Aivar Surva, Tauri Tallermaa, Krista Lensin, Mikk Üleoja, Sulo Tintse, Priit Rebane ja paljud, väga paljud teised.
In January 2014, Maarja was named the young conductor of the year by Estonian Choral Association. In July 2017, she won the Conductors Promotion Prize at the international choir competition Ave Verum in Austria.
Besides making music, Taavi also likes to read and write about it. For instance, he has frequently contributed to the music journal "Muusika". In 2016, he was awarded an accolade by the magazine "Sirp" for his participation in the competition of writing music articles.
August Lüüs, Peeter Perens sen., Maie Kivita, Ene Üleoja, Merike Toro, Aime Pärisalu, Lauri Sirp, Aivar Leštšinski, Raul Talmar, Janne Fridolin, Kristiina Poska, Susan Lahesalu, Eveliin Öövel, Jana Perens, Maarja Helstein, Markus Leppoja, Hendrik Ojasaar, Taavi Hark.
Ludmilla Issakova, Anja Riska, Uku Joller, Kalev Keeroja.
Throughout the last ten years, Noorus has largely focused its attention on performing contemporary music and lots of choral pieces have been commissioned from young Estonian composers. Some of these will be included on the the CD, that is due to come out in 2019. In 2013, A new concert series called "Luuletajad Eesti Muusikas" ("Poets in Estonian Music") was created. Thus far it has included concerts featuring the poetry of Ernst Enno, Marie Under and Henrik Visnapuu.
First CD in 1990, “Jõulumuusika” 1997, “Roheline Muna. Näärmed” 2000, “Salanaine” 2005, “Lapsemeelsed jõulud” 2007, “Läbilõige” 2009.