American tenor, John Osborn, was born in Sioux City, Iowa. He attended primary and secondary school, and was heavily involved in music and athletics while growing up in Iowa.
Bolivian American soprano Lynette Tapia is consistently acclaimed for her “canary” embellishments and “crystalline coloratura” passages by journalists worldwide.
Violinist Eric Grossman, praised by the New York Times as a “brilliant soloist,” is a versatile performer. With notable collaborations and concerto performances in many parts of the world, he has been praised for his flawless technique, superb musicianship, and commitment to a wide range of repertoire.
Ryan Lindveit is an American composer who finds inspiration in literature, art, science, poetry, and personal experience in order to craft colorful and emotionally vivid musical journeys.
Berklee-trained arranger/conductor Brent Havens has written music for orchestras, feature films and virtually every kind of television.
Vince DiMartino is one of the most sought after trumpet performers and educators.
Gabriel DiMartino has performed as a member of The Wichita Symphony, The New Columbian Brass Band and the Doc Severinsen Big Band.
Brian Allred enjoys a varied repertoire as a soloist, with orchestras, and as a chamber musician.
The music of Clint Needham has been described as “wildly entertaining” and “stunning… brilliantly orchestrated” by the New York Times, as well as “well-crafted and arresting… riveting” by the Herald Times.
Evelyn is the first person in musical history to successfully create and sustain a full-time career as a solo percussionist.