Chloe Feoranzo is a 28-year-old clarinet and saxophonist who has been performing professionally since the age of 15. She grew up playing in youth orchestras, musical pits, and along with swing, traditional jazz bands and guest artists at festivals of the Southern California area.
Three time Grammy nominee Dave Eggar has performed throughout the world as cello soloist, including featured performances at Carnegie Hall, the Sydney Opera House, the Kennedy Center, the Hollywood Bowl, and Red Rocks.
Georgia Stitt is an award-winning composer, lyricist, music producer, and pianist. She has two original musicals that premiered recently: Snow Child (Arena Stage) and Big Red Sun (11th Hour Theater, National Alliance for Musical Theatre).
Former lead of Riverdance, co-creator of the award-winning dance company HAMMERSTEP and five-time solo National Irish Dance Champion, Jason is originally from Sydney, Australia. His choreography and creative work has received critical acclaim from Rolling Stone, Billboard, Huffington Post and WIRED Magazine.
Cellist Laura Metcalf, noted for her "gorgeous cello legatos" (Washington Post) and her “brilliant” playing (Gramophone Magazine) is known for her compelling solo and chamber music performances worldwide and in her home of New York City.
Hailing from Florida and based on New York City, Jason Prover is one the jazz scenes most in demand trumpet players. He also covers a wide range of genres including salsa, classical, soul, and pop music.
James Yoshizawa is a versatile drummer, percussionist and educator living in Los Angeles, CA. His lifelong dedication to the percussive arts has earned him a diverse portfolio and a unique artistic identity.
Critically acclaimed as one of America’s most talented and versatile performers today, Violin/Vox/Freestyle Composition artist Mazz Swift has engaged audiences all over the world with the signature weaving of song, melody and improvisation that she calls MazzMuse.
Acclaimed conductor, Robert Franz, recognized as “an outstanding musician with profound intelligence,” has held to three principles throughout his career: A commitment to the highest artistic standards, to creating alliances and building bridges in each community he serves, and a dedication to being a strong force in music education.
Dennis Lichtman is a multi-instrumentalist (mainly clarinet, fiddle, and mandolin) who is deeply entrenched in early- to mid-1900’s American music, from traditional jazz and swing to bluegrass and western swing.