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  • Altruist

    "Accomplished studio musician specializing in trumpet performance. With a resume reflecting influences of jazz, fusion, orchestral and military music styles, versatility is Altruist's strength. Performance is a personal forte, however, composing for commercials and utilizing midi based music is also an asset. Altruist is endeavoring to establish a new plateau for music performance and musician outlook and disposition. A native of Maryland, specifically Harford County, most of Albert's technique was developed in the backdrop of quiet woods within a community called Harford's Landing. With windows raised as a "child of the horn", support from the community has always been "humbly" received. Notable influences in Altruist's life include family,(Asher, Yezre'el, Neferah, and Yahnedibah. Innumerable school teachers, close friends, the musicianship of Wynton Marsalis, Chick Corea, Hank Levy, Professor of Jazz (Towson University), Jim Murdza, the "Old Lady down the hall, and of course, the "upper one". Altruist has been commissioned to perform in various venues on the east coast, including commercial recordings & is immediately available for recording, instruction and gig-work." "Music is the Doorway to Enhanced Spirituality. Let us allow ourselves to open this door many times". "Quote from Altruist"

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  • Branimir Krstic

    "There are quite a number of examples of bands and artists that have covered a Beatles album as a whole. Here’s a new addition to that category, being a classical guitar rendition of all the Sgt. Pepper songs, set in the same track listing as the original album. Instead of going for the easy way by picking the usual batch of guitar-friendly tunes, Croatia-born Krstic’s intention to try and re-interpret this classic Beatles album may be applauded with great enthusiasm. Although songs like Within You Without You or A Day In The Life are obvious choices to check on his talent and skills, his refined performances on all the tracks leave no doubt about that. He both ensures that all the original melodies remain quite well intact as well as takes in subtle melody snippets of his own, with versatile guitar playing - adding occasional Spanish flavours, an orchestral sound or a Third Man Theme-like sound in When I’m 64. Reportedly the first classical version of the Sgt. Pepper album – a hard act to follow?" Beatles Unlimited Magazine, Issue 189, December 2006

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    Founded in 2007, The Brass Roots Quintet, is solely comprised of Peabody Conservatory undergraduate students. Coached by first trumpeter Joe Burgstaller of the Canadian Brass, the group is one of the most impressive ensembles in the Baltimore area. Known for its exceptional musical interpretation and unified sound, the Brass Roots has received praise from the world-renowned faculty of the Peabody Institute as well as audiences of both public and private Baltimore.

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  • Buddy Ivory

    "Buddy Ivory has been inspired by many great musical styles over the years. With original music encompassing the best in rock, country, funk, rhythm and blues, and all the good stuff in between. Featuring a solid ensemble of seasoned players, they provide the listener with that "get off your seat beat" with a dash of old school rock and rhythm and blues. Our new CD "Rough Cut" is now available. Buddy Ivory’s music is an entertaining mix of a multi-genre format of down to earth rhythm and blues, rock, soul, country, and blues-rock, that will make you want to get up and dance. From the country rock sounds of “Alabama Fighting Men” to the rock tune Pretty Faces, and the funky “Wait For Me; The Buddy Ivory Band have put together a unique foot stomping sound that makes you want to get off your seat and dance. They have released their new CD "Rough Cut" and is available online and in stores. Visit them at www.buddyivory.com"

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    "In modern terms we're like a mix of Ween and Drive By Truckers. Longer in the ago we'd be like a mix of The Allman Brothers and the Velvet Underground. It really doesn't matter because it's all just turn of the millenium western world folk music...Our current CD, a 2 disc set entitled The War Between the States traces America's trail through the Civil War. Yes, a concept album about the 1860s!"

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