Grammy winning, multi platinum producer and founder of Windham Hill Records, Will Ackerman has been cutting his own path through music for the past 40 years.
He is the father of Contemporary Acoustic guitar and has been responsible starting the careers of many people in the Music Industry.
Two time Global Music Award recipient, Mosby is the only guitarist to be admitted into the famed Imdhad Khani Gharana of sitar musicians and performs on the world's only imrat guitar.
A composer, improviser and musician of the highest standards capable of crossing the East West music cultural lines, Mosby's works are highly creative and influential.
Grammy nominated, master of the fretless bass, soloist without rival. Michael started the solo bass concept. He was first call bassist with Windham, and Berklee Alum Lifetime Achievement awardee, Michael's career has spanned a musical spectrum.
Grammy nominated and three time ZMR award winning neo-classical, multi-media pianist, composer, improviser, Heidi Breyer's compositions and performance style have garnered her awards and praises around the globe.
Voted ZMR best new artist, album of the year and best contemporary instrumentalist, Heidi brings a warm level of sophistication and fire to her concerts.
Award-winning vocalist and songwriter Roberta Donnay is that rare species of musician who almost lives in another time, as she and her Prohibition Mob Band exist to revive the Jazz Age of America.
Always writing, Donnay has had many of her songs selected for multiple TV and film placements and has served as a music supervisor for movies.
Her song "One World,” an ASCAP Composer Award-winning song, was selected as a world-peace anthem for the 50th Anniversary of the United Nations.
Mostoshi is a harpist, composer, improviser and one of Japan's most influential musicians.
In 2007 he won the second place in Lyon & Healy International Jazz & Pop Harp Competition and received the “Best of Sacramento” award from Sacramento Magazine.
Sacramento Magazine says, “Kosako plays with a fluid, modern style that evokes Keith Jarrett and Chick Corea.”
His groundbreaking style is also noted in Harp Column as “Motoshi Kosako, a Japanese native whose introspective soloing was reminiscent of Keith Jarrett.”