Virtuoso pianist, bandleader, composer, arranger and broadcaster, Julian Joseph is the undisputed heir to the global house of jazz. Acclaimed by critics and audiences the world over, Julian never fails to inspire with his mastery of the keyboard.
Grebenshikov hails from St Petersburg, Russia. With the tenderness and insight of a poet he has captured the hearts of his fellow countrymen and is as highly acclaimed and respected in Russia as The Beatles are in the West.
Bannya has established herself as a celebrated artist of the ‘Rabindrasangeet’ genre. Her popularity has reached new heights both in Bangladesh as well as in India. Her appeal to the listening audience rests on her laurels as an exponent of Tagore’s music.
Don Chandler, Director of World Heart Beat Reggae School and bass teacher has performed with an extraordinary number of artists around the world.
Aziza Brahim personifies the new voice of the Sahraouis. She is amazing. Here is the chance to experience Saharawi music as it should be heard.
Nick Cohen is a top UK bassist and songwriter, whose credits include Eurythmics, Roy Ayers, Massive Attack, M-People, Matt Bianco and Ive Mendes.
Platinum Recorded Artist with the group All Angels, Songwriter/Composer TWICE Co-winner for Songwriting Competition at Burnsong
“British pianist-composer of unusual warmth, touch and taste” – Evening Standard
Michael Csányi-Wills has written film scores that range from Warner Brothers adventure films right through to British gangster films like “The Baseline”.
“Mark certainly is one of the most astonishing drummers on this planet with a mind boggling concept of time, creativity and speed that is bordering the super human.” – Drummer World
“The best Female Reggae singer I have heard coming out of Jamaica in years, in the tradition of singers like Marcia Griffiths…”
Born in the East End of London, virtuoso vocalist, actor and composer Cleveland Watkiss studied voice at The London school of singing with Opera coach Arnold Rose and at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
If I had to put a date to my musical journey- it probably began in the womb. My mother is a singer and I dont doubt that the first notes that slipped into my pre-natal consciousness were hers.