Previous Artists

  • Ani Kavafian

    Violinist Ani Kavafian enjoys a prolific career as a soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician. She has performed with virtually all of America’s leading orchestras, including the New York Philharmo more »
  • Cahill Smith

    Born and raised in rural Alabama, pianist Cahill Smith began playing at age 10. Six years later, he made his orchestral debut with a local orchestra. Cahill has given recitals in major venues in the U more »
  • Clara Lyon

    Violinist Clara Lyon is an accomplished performer who brings a voracious appetite and unique spirit to a diverse array of music and multimedia. Ms. Lyon delights in curating performances that nurture more »
  • Clive Greensmith

    Clive Greensmith is one of the most successful British cellists of his generation. From 1999 until 2013 he was a member of the world-renowned Tokyo String Quartet, giving over one hundred performances more »
  • Daisy & Daniel: Double D

    Daniel and Daisy are Houston-based performers specializing in the fusion of bachata and contemporary dance. Having danced together for many years as members of Amaya Dance, they founded Double D in th more »
  • Dashon Burton

    Dashon Burton brought home a top prize from the 2012 ARD International Music Competition in Munich, as well as the first prize in Oratorio from the 49th International Vocal Competition in ‘s-Hertoge more »
  • Felix Umansky

    Praised for his “sublime” playing by Cleveland Classical, cellist Felix Umansky is a frequently sought-after recitalist, chamber musician, and pedagogue. His versatile career has taken him all ove more »
  • Gregory Robbins

    Combining a unique background of formal conservatory training and digital media entrepreneurship, American bassist and conductor Gregory Robbins is the quintessential 21st Century artist. A strong adv more »
  • Joseph Ripka

    Joseph Ripka has earned national and international recognition as one of today’s finest young organ talents as the first prize winner of the 2008 Dublin International Organ Competition, the 2008 For more »
  • JP Jofre

    A recipient of the National Prize of the Arts Grant in Argentina, ever since J.P. Jofre arrived in New York City, he has been repeatedly highlighted by the New York Times and praised as one of today more »
  • Kenneth Meyer

    Since winning the national first prize at the MTNA Collegiate Artist Competition, Dr. Meyer continues to appear in recital, as a chamber musician, and soloist with orchestra in venues throughout North more »
  • La Voz De Tres

    Chilean vocalist Natalia Bernal, keyboardist Mike Eckroth and seven-string guitarist Jason Ennis blend the infectious rhythms and nuanced songwriting traditions of Latin America, original compositions more »
  • Laurie Smukler

    Active as soloist and recitalist, Laurie Smukler has established a reputation as one of the finest chamber musicians in the country. Growing up in Cleveland, she began her studies at the Cleveland Ins more »
  • New Morse Code

    New Morse Code is devoted to bold and engaging performances of music worth sharing.  Omnivorous, rigorous and inventive, Hannah Collinsand Michael Compitello activate the unexpected range and unique more »
  • Paul McCandless

    Paul McCandless, composer and multi-wind player (oboe, English horn, soprano sax, bass clarinet, clarinet, et. al.) inherited his artistic passion from his parents who were both music teachers. With a more »
  • Salomon Amaya

    Salomon Amaya is a twelve-year veteran in the Houston Latin dance community teaching students of all backgrounds everything from the basics to master choreographies. Salomon has traveled the world tea more »
  • Thomas Bergeron

    A trumpeter, composer, bandleader, producer, and educator known for excelling in both the jazz and classical realms, Thomas Bergeron exemplifies a new breed of 21st century artists. Thomas’ jazz more »