- Anna Seda, Cello
Cellist Anna Seda plays anything from Bach to new music in Chamber, Orchestral, and solo settings.
- Billy Hardy
Playing fiddle in the pubs and on the concert stages in the styles of Bluegrass, Irish, Scottish, Country, Swing, Rock & Roll; also for contra dances, weddings, festivals, and as a studio musician. Billy is a performer on the banjo, guitar, melodeon, tin whistle, electric mandolin, bones, and musical saw.
- Bob Cameron, Piper
Serving the Boston and South Shore area since 1982, playing for parties, weddings, funerals, graduations and all types of events.
Awarded "Best of 2012" by Gigmasters.com
- Due Celli
Based in Boston, "Due Celli" is exploring the cello duo repertoire and supports creating new works and arrangements for the genre.
- Floyds Row
A British-American ensemble formed in Oxford (UK), Floyds Row explores early, folk, and classical idioms.
- Jackie Ostergren
Over 20 years experience teaching children and adults at all levels. Love helping each student achieve their personal best.
Kafana is Balkan-folk inspired instrumental jazz music. Calling on MAcedonian, Turkish, Greek, and Bulgarian rhythms, instruments, and sounds, the group performs original music.
- Kimberley Fraser
Kimberley Fraser, fiddler, stepdancer, pianist, was born on Cape Breton Island, and nurtured within its rich musical heritage. She has traveled the world, from Victoria to Afghanistan, performing at venues such as The Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. bringing Cape Breton music with her wherever she goes.
- La Tuza: Mexican roots music (son mexicano)
Mexican roots music, with a repertoire that includes pieces from the son jarocho, son huasteco, and son calentano traditions.
Trì’s music explores through pipes, fiddle and song a tradition rooted in Gaelic Scotland. "This is music not frozen in time, but comfortable within its own tradition." - The Inverness Oran