Veronica Isabelle Stubberud
Cello and Voice
Sarah Joy is primarily a classically trained cellist, singer-songwriter/composer, and music educator. With over 3 million views on her YouTube channel, and mentions from BuzzFeed, The Daily Dot, R1L Music and others, her social media presence is steadily increasing.
Veronica Isabelle Stubberud is a norwegian/danish oboist currently based in London, where she is doing an Artist Diploma in Oboe Performance at the Royal College of Music, studying with principal oboists of the London Symphony Orchestra Juliana Koch and Olivier Stankiewicz, and principal oboist of Teatro La Scala Orchestra, Fabien Thouand.
The Jive Aces
Jive & Swing Band
Acclaimed for performing repertoire ranging from orchestral literature to electronic music, flutist, educator, and composer Dr. Melissa Keeling is based in the New York City area. She has performed at venues such as Carnegie Hall and often makes appearances at music festivals around the United States. She is best-known for her original pieces for flute with effects pedals, and her YouTube videos have nearly one million views worldwide.
Jonathan Morris is a professional pianist and music teacher who has played in some of the world’s finest venues, including Carnegie Hall in New York, the Wigmore Hall in London, and the National Concert Hall in Ireland. He currently runs a rapidly-growing YouTube channel where he posts performances of his own arrangements—from Disney to video game/TV music and more—on a weekly basis. Through VFX editing and a custom-built LED rig, he adds special effects to his performances, resulting in a unique blend of piano and technology.
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Flute and Drums
RoSaWay is a unique combination of flute and drums, along with Rachel's soothing French voice perfectly binding their instruments together. Reminiscent of the 70's, RoSaWay combines vintage sounds with modern electro-pop beats.
That Viola Kid
Violist Drew Alexander Forde, known online as ThatViolaKid, has a reputation not only as an accomplished performer but also as one of classical music’s most recognizable online brands. Profiled in outlets like Thrillist, WNYC, the Detroit Free Press, and Strings Magazine, he was named “one of the titans of Classical Music Instagram” by National Sawdust Log and was called “the future of our field” by Sphinx Organization president Afa Dworkin.
Renowned worldwide for their high-energy spectacular showmanship, their viral video “Bring Me Sunshine” and for being the first live band to reach the final rounds of “Britain’s Got Talent”, The Jive Aces have firmly established themselves the UK’s No.1 Jive & Swing band.
National Champion Buckdancer, Hillary Klug, is known for her fiddling and dancing. Hillary's fiddling is inspired by the Appalachian tradition of cross-tuning (scordatura), and she makes use of 13 different tunings on her CD. With humble beginnings as a busker, she's recently risen from street to symphony thanks to her social media success! She has over 865 thousand Facebook followers and her biggest video has 61 million views! Since becoming an internet sensation, she's toured all over the United States and 4 times in Europe selling out shows, teaching workshops, and filming videos. She's been featured on Buzzfeed, the front page of Reddit, Strings Magazine, The Tennessean, The Mike Huckabee Show. She's performed with Igudesman and Joo, The Nashville Symphony, The Minnesota Orchestra, and she's performed on the prestigious Konzert Haus stage in Vienna, Austria.
Fiddle and Buckdancing
As a session musician and commercial trumpet player, James has played and recorded with the likes of Joss Stone, Olly Murs, Pixie Lott, Louisa Johnson, Gregory Porter, James Bay, Basement Jaxx, The Riverdance Company, The London Concert Orchestra (LCO), English Session Orchestra (ESO), Manchester Cameratta, The BBC Big Band, The Guy Barker Big Band and the John Wilson Orchestra. Most recently, James was a special guest on Jacob Collier’s latest album, ‘Djesse Vol. 3’. With these various outfits, James has played at venues such as Wembley Stadium, The Royal Albert Hall, The Barbican and Abbey Road Studios. He can also be frequently found playing in London’s West End.
Recipient of the 2016 Sir James Galway Rising Star Award and 1st Prize winner of the 2018 IMKA Music Competition and the 2018 Alexander & Buono International Flute Competition, Stephen Clark gives more than 150 performances each year across all 7 continents and made his New York recital debut at Carnegie Hall in 2018. Born in Glasgow, Scotland, he studied at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Royal Northern College of Music and in Switzerland and America with Sir James Galway.
From his 30+ million views across social media to his appearance on international television and NPR’s Weekend Edition, Billboard-charting saxophonist/innovator Derek Brown and his one-of-a-kind solo “BEATBoX SAX” project has been exploding across the world music scene. Crossing genres from jazz to classical to funk, without looping or electronic effects, saxophone innovator Derek Brown’s unique playing style must be seen in person to be believed!
Luna's Magic Flute
As Founder & Lead Educator of fluteplay, Stéphanie strives to make music more accessible to families by encouraging wind instruments from a young age. Her favourite thing about teaching little flutes? The combination of creativity & physical activity makes learning music a whole lot of fun. Join her, as she brings the story of Luna’s Magic Flute to life with a lively score, singing and storytelling, complete with charming illustrations. At 45 minutes, the performance will entertain and delight audiences of all ages. Laugh, gasp, and sing along on this musical adventure!
Born and bred in County Mayo, Ireland, Lisa Canny is a notably talented musician; best known for her enchanting covers and captivating live performances. Canny is gifted with empowering confidence and a charming sense of honesty.
Crowned UK “Future Music’s” Songwriting Champion in 2016, followed closely by a Late Late Show performance, a top 5 debut E.P. release and a sell-out UK and Ireland tour in May 2018 the most exciting and consummate stage of Lisa Canny’s career is now pouring vehemently over the horizon.
Winner of the Kobe International Flute Competition, Second Prize of the Prague Spring International Competition, Hélène Boulègue is a recording artist for the label Naxos Deutschland. She recorded the complete flute works of French composer André Jolivet and her debut album, acclaimed by the press, was nominated for the International Classical Music Awards. Hélène has played as a soloist with the Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg, the Tokyo Symphony Chamber Orchestra and the Kobe City Chamber Orchestra.
Aysedeniz is a concert pianist, most known for her classical adaptations of rock songs as well as her minimalist romantic piano compositions.
As a child prodigy, she performed Bach’s 5th Clavier Concerto with orchestra at the age of 9. She completed her bachelors and masters degrees in Piano Performance at the Eastman School of Music and at the Royal Academy of Music.
Lily Carassik is a 24 year old trumpet player based in London. Taking an early interest in jazz, soul and pop music she began performing professionally at the age of 15 and by the age of 18 she had already performed at The Royal Albert Hall, St Georges Hall in Liverpool and toured South Africa with a Trad Jazz Group. Still juggling her degree, Lily was awarded the Jazz Achievement Award in 2015. Since graduating in 2016, Lily has performed alongside Bruno Mars for a private event in The Tate Modern and most recently, performed with pop sensation, Camila Cabello at the BBC Teen Choice Awards,
Marianne Tyler Brown
Marianne studied the cello at The Royal Academy of Music, Royal Northern College of Music and Liszt Academy in Budapest, Hungary and was awarded a Masters in Cultural Management at City University. Having performed with leading orchestras and ensembles including The Halle, Welsh National Opera and Bratislava Chamber orchestra,
Miriam Davis is a British violinist based in
Norway. She has performed throughout the
world as a soloist and chamber-musician. She is
a Prize-Winner in numerous international
competitions, with recent solo performance
venues including Concertgebouw Amsterdam
and Stavanger Konserthus. Miriam enjoys
performing across a versatile spectrum of
musical styles, ranging from Baroque
performance, in which she has made specialised
study, to new works personally commissioned
from contemporary composers. Her greatest
speciality and passion lies in Romantic and Early
20th Century repertoire and style. Her Ysaÿe
performances have drawn particular interest,
and she is currently embarked on a Debut CD
recording featuring several of the Ysaÿe Solo