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    David Pomeranz


    Billboard magazine called David Pomeranz “one of our finer voices.” His solo recordings and songwriting projects have earned him 22 Platinum and 18 Gold albums—selling over 40 million records worldwide. His concert performances have delighted millions all over the world and his songs have been recorded and performed by an incredible array of artists, including Freddie Mercury, Barry Manilow, Richie Sambora (Bon Jovi), Bette Midler, Kenny Loggins, Ann Wilson (Heart), Phoebe Snow, Clay Aiken, Mel Brooks, Billy Dean, Kenny Rogers, the Muppets, the Carpenters, Lea Salonga, the Hollies, Glen Campbell, Leo Sayer, Isaac Hayes, Donna Summer and Missy Elliott.

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    Erika Christensen
    Erika Christensen is one of the most talented actresses of her generation. Her breakout performance as Michael Douglas’s drug-addicted daughter in the Academy Award-winning film Traffic stunned audiences and earned her an MTV Movie Award and a SAG Award for Best Cast.
    Chick Corea
    A DownBeat Hall of Famer and National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Master, 23-time Grammy winner and keyboard virtuoso Chick Corea has attained living legend status after five decades of unparalleled creativity and artistic output that is simply staggering. His compositions “Spain,” “500 Miles High,” “La Fiesta” and “Windows” are considered jazz standards.
    Greg Camp
    Best known as the founding guitarist and primary songwriter for the Grammy-nominated alternative pop band Smash Mouth, Greg Camp is also an established producer and solo artist. Born in West Covina, California, in 1967, Camp was an experienced punk-oriented musician when he co-founded Smash Mouth in the mid-’90s.
    Mark Isham
    An electronic music innovator, jazz artist and prolific film composer, Mark Isham has earned Grammy and Emmy Awards, as well as Oscar and Golden Globe nominations.
    David Campbell
    Legendary composer-arranger-conductor-musician David Campbell has worked on over 450 Gold and Platinum albums, representing combined sales of nearly a billion records.
    Vinnie Colaiuta
    Legendary drummer Vinnie Colaiuta began playing as a child in his native Pennsylvania, receiving his first pro drum kit at the age of 14.
    Rubén Blades
    Latin music icon Rubén Blades was at the center of the New York Salsa Revolution in the 1970s. His landmark albums in classic Afro-Cuban salsa are touched with rock, jazz, Pan-Latin and worldwide influences.
    Tom Brechtlein
    Born and raised in Long Island, New York, as a teenager, world-renowned drummer Tom Brechtlein turned his attention from ’60s rock bands to big-band jazz. Then, at the age of 18, he saw Chick Corea and Return to Forever on television and vowed he would one day play with him.
    Kate Ceberano
    While still in her teens, Kate Ceberano found fame when the debut album from her band, I’m Talking, went Platinum.
    David Broza
    An internationally renowned Israeli singer-songwriter, David Broza is recognized for his dynamic guitar performances and signature sound that blends the influence of Spanish flamenco, American folk, rock-and-roll and poetry.
    Alberto Plaza
    Born in Santiago, Chile, Alberto Plaza is one of the most awarded popular artists in Latin America. With 12 studio albums, 3 live albums and 2 collections with the best of his music, Plaza has reached Multi-Platinum record sales throughout his career.
    Gina Briganti-Camp
    Raised in Northern California, Gina is a bicoastal actor, singer, director and music supervisor who has worked on numerous Independent films and animations.
    France D’Amour
    France D’Amour is an acclaimed Canadian singer-songwriter/musician whose debut album quickly went Gold. With more than a dozen solo albums to her credit, D’Amour has had over 40 hit songs at the top of the radio charts.
    Michele Henderson
    A native of the island nation of Dominica, Michele Henderson is a singer-songwriter who has performed world over as an official Goodwill Ambassador to Dominica.
    Diego Verdaguer
    A Multi-Platinum singer-songwriter, musician (trumpet and bandoneon) and producer, Diego Verdaguer is as passionate performing and recording Latin pop music as folk and Mexican regional song.
    Ana Victoria
    The daughter of legendary singers Amanda Miguel and Diego Verdaguer, Ana Victoria is a singer, songwriter, producer, blogger and entrepreneur in her own right.
    Se-hwang Kim
    A South Korean musical ambassador and guitar prodigy, Se-hwang Kim has performed on thousands of tracks with K-pop artists, including Psy, Rain, SS501, 2PM and Euna Kim.
    Tebogo Louw
    Multi-talented musician, singer, dancer and actor, Tebogo Louw reached the top three in Idols South Africa, wowing audiences throughout the competition.
    Suthukazi Arosi
    Singer, dancer, actress and cultural activist Suthukazi Arosi was born in Cala, Transkei, Eastern Cape, South Africa. The release of Ms. Arosi’s first album, Oshakati, was followed by an extensive South African and international tour.
    Gayle Moran Corea
    Born in Jackson, Michigan, Gayle Moran Corea is a vocalist, keyboard player (piano, organ and synthesizer) and songwriter.
    Donald Hayes
    A native of Memphis, Tennessee, Donald Hayes is a musician, arranger, orchestrator, artist and feature-film/television composer.
    Louis Mhlanga
    One of the first to blend Earth, Wind & Fire-like funk and R&B with the traditional dance rhythms of Zimbabwe, Louis Mhlanga continues to be one of Africa’s most in-demand session musicians.
    Jimmy Mngwandi
    Among South Africa’s most sought-after bassists, writers and producers, Jimmy Mngwandi has performed with legends like Miriam Makeba, Hugh Masekela, saxophonist David Murray, flutist Yusef Lateef, bassist Rufus Reid, Jamaican guitarist Ernest Ranglin and Sibongile Khumalo.
    Niño Josele
    Born on the shores of the Mediterranean, a descendant of guitarists and singers, Niño Josele began learning to play guitar at the age of six. He developed his craft among the great Flamenco masters, including tours with both Paco de Lucía and Enrique Morente.
    Carlitos Del Puerto
    Born and raised in Cuba, Carlitos Del Puerto is one of the most in-demand electric bass and upright session musicians in the world.
    Luisito Quintero
    Master timbalero Luisito Quintero hails from Caracas, Venezuela, where he studied at the respected Orquesta Simfónica de Venezuela (the Symphonic Orchestra of Venezuela). Quintero gained worldwide acclaim with the popular music ensembles Grupo Guaco and Oscar D’León.
    Jorge Pardo
    Born in Madrid, Spain, musician (flute and saxophone) Jorge Pardo’s first professional recording was with Las Grecas, and he later recorded with the Dolores band with Pedro Ruy-Blas.
    Nino De Los Reyes
    Based in Madrid, Nino de los Reyes is a rising star in the world of contemporary flamenco.
    Michael Rodriguez
    A graduate of the New World School of the Arts in Miami, Florida, trumpeter Michael Rodriguez went on to earn his BA from the New School University in New York City.
    Marcus Gilmore
    Jazz drumming legend Roy Haynes gave his then 10-year-old grandson, Marcus Gilmore, one of his natural-finish Ludwig drumsets. From that auspicious beginning, Gilmore went on to graduate from Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts, the Juilliard School and Manhattan School of Music.
    Steve Davis
    Widely regarded as one of today’s leading voices on the trombone, Steve Davis has released 20 albums, in addition to over 100 recordings with Chick Corea, Freddie Hubbard, Horace Silver, Cedar Walton and Hank Jones.
    Guy Tourville
    From Montreal, music producer, arranger, composer and bass player Guy Tourville has produced more than 90 albums and close to 100 songs for Canadian and French artists.
    Roland Delsol Jr.
    A native of Dominica, Roland Delsol Jr. is an accomplished bass player, band leader and producer. Along with producing albums for Caribbean artists, Delsol produced the Caribbean Community Anthem, “Celebrating CARICOM.”
    Kathleen Halloran
    Twenty-three-year-old Melbourne-based guitarist Kathleen Halloran’s diverse array of exceptional skills make her one of Melbourne’s most in-demand, up-and-coming artists.
    Luis Dulzaides
    Born in Cuba and adopted by Spain, for decades Luis Dulzaides has been one of the most sought-after percussionists in the Latin pop arena.
    Fabio Piazzo
    An in-demand Italian drummer and percussion player, Fabio Piazzo has worked with the Labirinto Orchestra (music director Piero Vallero), with whom he performed at the 50th Montreux Jazz Festival for Phil Collins’s “Little Dreams Foundation.”
    Jess Fairlie
    Soul-pop singer-songwriter Jess Fairlie first garnered industry attention while still a teenager touring as a vocalist for Australia’s iconic Kate Ceberano.
    Louise Dubiel
    Danish singer-songwriter sensation Louise Dubiel gained national attention in 2009 when she first performed on Denmark’s Got Talent.
    Brian Silva
    London-based saxophone player and multi-instrumentalist Brian Silva has over 20 years of experience playing professionally across many genres and in ensembles of all shapes and sizes.
    Elton Reyes
    With an accomplished 20-plus year career as a professional trumpet player, Elton Reyes has become a staple in the Central Florida and US music scenes.
    Jaime Gonzalez
    An in-demand trombonist based in Central Florida, Jaime Gonzalez’s mastery of the instrument has earned him gigs across diverse musical genres with some of the biggest artists in the world.
    Luis Eric Gonzalez
    Born in Cuba, Luis Eric Gonzalez started playing trumpet at the age of seven. Gonzalez has performed and recorded not only with Cuba’s top bands, but also for operas, ballets and documentary films.
    Roberta Ardito
    Violist Roberta Ardito graduated from the distinguished Niccolò Piccinni Conservatory of Bari. Ardito’s professional career has encompassed performances across a range of musical genres, from classical chamber music to jazz and from pop to country.
    Marta Taddei
    Before becoming a professional musician and prolific session player, violinist Marta Taddei achieved her academic diploma in soloist/chamber music at the well-known Niccolò Paganini Conservatory in Genoa. Throughout her career, she has played with numerous renowned Italian symphony and chamber music orchestras.
    Noemi Kamaras
    After attending the Béla Bartók Conservatory of Music in Budapest, Noemi Kamaras graduated with the highest honors from the equally prestigious Franz Liszt Academy of Music.
    Rachele Rebaudengo
    Born in Genoa, Italy, Rachele Rebaudengo graduated from the Niccolò Paganini Conservatory under the guidance of Maestro Nevio Zanardi.