Performing to Refresh Your Day
Hand picked award-winning performers who are passionate about sharing their craft to help you refresh
Music genres performed are classical, jazz, cultural, and original works.
Yamaha Artist and Professor of Piano Performance and Keyboard at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music
Classical Pianist Xiao Chen is a concert artist throughout the U.S., China, and Europe. She has performed concerts in Carnegie Hall, Fisher Center for Performing Arts, and Shanghai Concert Hall.
Praised by Los Angeles Times as "Pointed Grace," pianist Anli Lin Tong was recruited from her native Taiwan to study at Julliard at the age of 11
A native of Southern California, Bridget Hough is a versatile pianist known for her dynamic artistry and lyrical approach to the keyboard. Equally at home in solo, chamber and duo repertoire, she has played for music festivals in the United States and abroad, and is engaged regularly for recording projects, competitions, and performances.
Contemporary Classical Composers
“…able to encapsulate tiny, winsome worlds as if passing through a gallery of paintings” (Winnipeg free press), and as “Stunningly beautiful with accessible compositional language.”(The Clarinet Magazine). Piacentini is a composer whose body of work is as diverse as his cultural background. Born in Mexico City to an Italian doctor and opera lover, and a Mexican figurative painter, he was exposed to a wide array of artistic expressions that helped shape his musical vision.
Berta brings a sensitivity to the keys in his solo piano performance which transports any listener to travel inward to refresh the mind.
French Pianist & Composer
Vincent Corver, official Steinway Artist and internationally established Pianist, Composer & Producer was pre-nominated for the Grammy Awards by the Warner Music Group. His recordings and performances, received global, five-star acclaim from The Gramophone Magazine, BBC Music Magazine, The Guardian, The Independent, American Record Guide & others.
famous mandolinist and prolific composer who performs internationally. Dedicatee of many contemporary composers, including Vladimir Cosma who dedicates his Mandolin Concerto to him, he himself participates in the writing of a revisited literature for his instrument. Vincent Beer-Demander also has a dual career as a teacher and concert performer all over the world and collaborates with the greatest European orchestras.
Iranian Pianist & Composer
Elizabeth Van Renterghem, Flute Eliana Van Renterghem, Flute Jaewon Ahn, Cello, M.M Bo Feng, Piano, M.M.
Daniel Lim, cello Shanice Aaron, pianist
Shanice Aaron, pianist, and John Mietus, bassist, collaborating virtually between Los Angeles, CA and Ohio sharing one-of-a-kind arrangements
Offering a fresh perspective, the rising string quartet seeks to further the legacy of chamber musicians over the past 400 years. Each member of Átomos has benefited from the support of empowering musical communities throughout their youth and early careers. Átomos is dedicated to paying it forward by cultivating versatile and enthusiastic music environments.
Sergei Zyrianov, guitarist Kelly Ann Corfield, vocalist Lauryn Downey, vocalist Isaac Green, bassist
The Herbie Hancock Institute offers the world’s most promising young musicians college-level training by internationally acclaimed jazz masters and presents free music education programs for young people in public schools and communities world-wide.
"Equal parts brilliant and stratospheric" — Music Box Pete (CBS Nominated Blogger) Hand chosen by Paul Simon for a private songwriting session at the Berklee School of Music, Dylan Galvin is prolific guitarist and melodic pop-folk songwriter who adds a touch of quirkiness and a dash of philosophy to his emotionally based music.
A graduate of UCLA, Larson established herself as a singer in demand for her ability in a wide variety of musical and theatrical styles. Recent Southern California performances include leading roles in Rossini's Barber of Seville, Mozart's Marriage of Figaro, Gilbert and Sullivan's Mikado and Pirates of Penzance, Handel's Messiah, and premieres of works by Maria Newman. Larson toured as soloist in Italy with the Los Angeles Women's Chorus.
Sasha Weiss received her BFA in Musical Theatre from The Boston Conservatory. She has performed at Carnegie Hall and York Theatre. As well as performing at these amazing venues, she also has a series of one woman cabarets that she performs through out New York City.
Performing Classical Music of Armenia, part of the UCLA Armenian Music Program in residence at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music and under the artistic leadership of Founder/Director Movses Pogossian. The Ensemble has performed at various venues in Los Angeles including Zipper Hall, Bing Theater, Schoenberg Hall, the Hammer Museum, as well as in New Mexico, Colorado, and the Incontri in Terra di Siena Festival in Italy.