Tugce Bolulu

She started to learn the percussion and piano in 2001 at Uludağ University State Conservatory.
In 2002, she attended to the Youth Symphony Orchestra of Uludağ University State Conservatory with conductor Prof.Koral Çalgan. performing at the famous concert venues such as; Aspendos Theatre, Fethiye Cultural Center Bursa Merinos Concert and Cultural Center.
Since 2005, she started to play with Bursa State Symphony Orchestra as a guest percussionist.
In 2005, she accepted to the International Children's Symphony Orchestra with conductor Cem Mansur.
In between the years 2007-2012, she started to play with Turkey Youth Philharmonic Orchestra as a percussion artist and performing at the world famous concert venues such as; Uludag, Bodrum / Yalikavak, Miletus Meandros Festival, Bursa Merinos Cultural Center, the Ataturk Cultural Center in Istanbul, Berlin Young Euro Festival at the Konzerthaus Berlin, Kassel, Dortmund Konzerthaus, the Vienna Konzerthaus, Sala Santa Cecilia, Rome, Linz Brucknerfest’, Beethovenfest' Bonn, Essen Philharmonic Konzerthaus.
In 2010, she started to Torino Conservatorio Statale di Musica Giuseppe with Erasmus.
The same year, she played for Turkey and Germany’s friendship concert in Berlin Konzerthaus with Conductor Cem Mansur .
In 2011, she graduated Uludağ University State Conservatory – Class of Percussion with degree.
In 2011, she started to teach percussion at the Uludag University State Conservatory 
She attended Master Classes at the Universitat der Künste in Berlin, Robert Schumann Hochschule in Düsseldorf, joined the Folkwang Universität der Künste in Essen .
She performed as a guest percussion artist with the orchestras such as;Anadolu University Symphony Orchestra in Turkey, Ankara Youth Symphony Orchestra, Çukurova State Symphony Orchestra, Eskişehir Metropolitan Municipality Symphony Orchestra .
She is played in Bursa State Symphony Orchestra as a Guest Percussion Artist in between 2009-2015

JAKE BRADFORD

 From a very early age he was surrounded by music; his Grandfather, the guitarist Geoff Bradford, has been called 'a pioneer of British Blues', and his sister is a talented singer. Jake was never in any doubt that what he wanted to do more than anything was to be a drummer.

He got his first drum kit at the age of 9, and was asked to perform by his school at many events and occasions, both as a soloist and as part of a band. Professional drum lessons fuelled Jake's passion and honed his technique; at the age of 15 he obtained a distinction at Grade 8 drum kit for Trinity-Guildhall and was recruited by The Reasoning at the age of 16. He played his first professional gig with The Reasoning, supporting Fish at the Leamington Spa Assembly Rooms for the annual Fish Convention.

Subsequently, Jake has recorded 3 Albums, 1 Ep and 1 DVD with The Reasoning, and has performed all over the UK and Europe, notably at the inaugural High Voltage Festival 2010 (in the company of such acts as ELP, ZZ Top, Marillion and Dweezil Zappa) when at the age of 17, Jake was probably the youngest performer to grace the stage, and at 2013's first ever HRH Prog festival. Jake's dynamic drumming skills were applauded by readers of Classic Rock Presents Prog magazine when we was voted 5th Best Drummer of 2010 behind such luminaries as Neil Peart, Mike Portnoy, Gavin Harrison, and Nick D'virgilio.
With The Reasoning, Jake has performed in Norway, toured in Europe and the UK, as well as performed at Rosfest, Gettysburg in 2011; their live album 'The Bottle of Gettysburg' was released shortly afterwards.

In addition to his work with The Reasoning, Jake founded the alternative rock band 'Echochain', and is currently writing their début album and organising tours, and the promotion of, for 2015. He enjoys independent session work for producers including Andy Whitmore (Peter Andre, Atomic Kitten, Elton John).

When he's not on the kit himself, Jake is an enthusiastic drum tutor and in his spare time enjoys playing Tabla (studied for several years alongside drums), guitar and writing / recording songs. He cites his own influences as diverse as John Bonham, Frank Zappa, Dave Grohl, Neil Peart and Marco Minnemann amongst others.