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Seamus O'Muineachain

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Seamus O'Muineachain is a multi-instrumentalist composer and producer from Belmullet, Co Mayo, Ireland. Born in the U.S.A. to an Irish father and Italian mother, O'Muineachain relocated to rural Ireland with his family as a child. As a teenager, he was an amateur boxer who won four national titles and represented Ireland internationally. However, his love for music and theatre put him on a different path. In 2010, O'Muineachain enrolled in a Performing Arts course run by his local arts centre, Aras Inis Gluaire. Here, he met songwriter and musician Tony Conway of the English 80s band Mood 6, who was a teacher on the course

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Terry Edwards

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Terry Edwards has largely been in the studio, on the radio or onstage somewhere in the world since the age of 20. He sings and plays an array of musical instruments - sax, trumpet, guitar, keyboards, flute - with a myriad of artists including PJ Harvey, Jesus & Mary Chain, Madness, Franz Ferdinand, Jerry Dammers, Gallon Drunk, Rhoda Dakar, Ronnie Spector, Spiritualized and many more.

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Zach Green

Born in Columbus, Ohio, Zach “Z. M.” Green is a 24-year-old composer, arranger, music director, and graduate of Berklee College of Music. Zach is sought after for his marching band and vocal jazz charts, original jazz tunes, horn and string arrangements, music notation and copyist skills, and his work as a producer, vocalist, guitarist, and percussionist in both live and studio situations. He’s the founder and director of the 11-piece jazz band Zach Green’s Elevention, and is the co-founder and music director of the vocal jazz group The New Standard.

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Machado Mijiga

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Multi-instrumentalist and Portland native Machado Mijiga wears many hats, both literally and metaphorically. Classically-trained, jazz-weathered, and eclectically inclined, Mijiga left the proverbial creative "box" at a very early age, with access to many instruments and a diverse musical background brought about by an intercultural heritage. Mijiga is a musical polymath; composer, producer, bandleader, educator, gear fanatic, and audio engineer, to name a few. Authenticity and uniquity assume the locus of Mijiga's artistic identity. Self-expression is the prime directive, and the medium of choice changes like the weather.

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Harvey Bryant

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Durham based multi-instrumentalist and multidisciplinary artist, Harvey Bryant, takes a multifaceted approach to things. In his 40+ years of playing music Harvey has enjoyed moving between genres, but always has been most attracted to the improvisation of Jazz. His playing style still incorporates some of those other styles. You can hear the influence of Spanish Classical Guitar that he studied in the 80’s and 90’s, as well as the rock, pop, funk (and sometimes even country) that he played in local bands through the 80’s, 90’s and early 00’s. Harvey’s main instrument is guitar, but he also plays bass as well as some percussion and keyboards

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Nymphya

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California-based NYMPHYA is an Ethereal Baroque Pop / Folktronica Art-Pop recording artist / producer whose music is lightly suffused with Worldbeat, Classical and Avant-garde. Her Art-Pop style is best described as a stirring collage of eclectic beats, soaring vocals, haunting soundscapes, and captivating samples mixed with acoustic and electric instruments. Nymphya's lyrics, inspired by Nature and the Mystical, are most often philosophical or transpersonal, and transport the listener to a mystical land or a place of deep reflection ... “more of an immersion than a listening session” wrote one of her fans. Prior to launching NYMPHYA, Valentina O has appeared throughout the United States as an opera singer (NYCO and SF Opera), actor (Magic Theater), performer and musician, guesting on numerous soundtracks for television, film and commercials (Time/Life Warner, IMAX, and Garfield), on multiple CD projects for recording artists,(Sky Cafe and Royal Fingerbowl) backing up John Cale (The Velvet Underground) on the Tonight Show, appearing on MTV with her group Screaming Divas, and opening for Todd Rundgren at the Fillmore in San Francisco, for George Benson at Villa Montalvo, and Dana Carvey at the Shoreline Ampitheatre. NYMPHYA has released three albums: Her all original debut, DREAM DANCE, in December 2017, her all-acoustic anthology of Kate Bush cover songs, NAKED KATE, in December 2019, and her sampler 6 song EP CURIOS in October 2021

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Brian Eaton

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Hailed as a “studio wizard” and “diverse performer,” Brian Eaton captivates his listeners with eclectic, sonic intrigue. The Allegra Drums artist and musician/composer/producer is a multi-genre force in jazz, prog, and rock, who uses the studio as the ultimate instrument to wield his imaginative creativity. The Illinois Entertainer called Eaton, “a multi-talented, multi-instrumentalist with multi-tasking abilities,” and radio host/DJ Tim Lamping proclaimed, “Brian Eaton is a one in a million solo artist, producer and music arranger.”

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Matias Carazzo

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FLUTIST, CLARINETIST AND SAXOPHONIST For more than 10 years he has played professionally in projects of a wide variety within popular music, including Folklore, Tango, Candombe, (MPB) Brazilian Popular Music, Jazz, Funk, Flamenco and more. He trained on the flute at the "Astor Piazzolla" Superior Conservatory of Music of the City of Buenos Aires with Fabio Mazzitelli. He perfected himself in the study of the flute with Paulina Fain, clarinet, saxophones and improvisation with Martín Pantyrer, improvisation and sax with Rodrigo Domínguez, saxos, flute and MPB with Vinícius Dorín, Eduardo Neves, Antonio Rocha, Nivaldo Ornelas and Letieres Leite. He is currently part of Rizoma, addressing a repertoire of original compositions with roots in jazz and contemporary music

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Ira Sullivan

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Sullivan is that rare thing, a true multi-instrumentalist, capable of improvising statements of worth on all his instruments. He was taught trumpet by his father, saxophone by his mother and played both in 50s Chicago with such seminal figures as Charlie "Bird" Parker, Lester Young, Wardell Gray and Roy Eldridge, garnering a reputation as a fearsome bebop soloist. After playing briefly with Art Blakey (1956), and mastering alto and baritone saxophone, Sullivan moved south to Florida and out of the spotlight in the early 60s. His reluctance to travel limited his opportunities to play with musicians of the first rank, but Sullivan continued to play in the Miami area, often in schools and churches


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