Charlotte Blake Alston

Charlotte Blake Alston is a storyteller, narrator, instrumentalist and singer who performs in venues throughout North America and abroad. Venues are wide and include the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the Smithsonian Institution, the Kimmel Center, the Women of the Word Festival in Cape Town, South Africa, prisons, detention centers and a […]


Svjetlana Bukvich

Svjetlana Bukvich grew up during the wildly active music scene in Sarajevo’s eighties, with Arabian horses and four major religions at her doorstep. Integrating cutting-edge technology with tuning of her own design and her classical roots, she has emerged as a unique figure on the New York music scene. Her signature hybrid sound weaves deconstructivist […]


Bente Kahan

Bente Kahan was born in Oslo, Norway in 1958, trained as an actor in Tel-Aviv and New York and began her career in the classical theatres of Habima, Israel’s national theatre, and Nationaltheatret in Norway. In 1990, she founded Teater Dybbuk – Oslo whose aim is to convey Jewish-European culture and history through drama and […]


Greg Wall

Composer and Saxophonist Greg Wall has performed and recorded with Hasidic New Wave, Greg Wall’s Later Prophets, The Wall/London Band, Neshama Carlebach, the Hi-Tops, Greg Wall’s Unity Orchestra, and has made many session appearances for record dates and film scores. He was the musical voice of James Earl Jones in the recent feature film “On […]


Jessie Reagen Mann

A Chicagoland native, cellist Jessie Reagen Mann is based in New York City and involved with a variety of musical projects. In May 2010, Jessie received the Outstanding Musical Achievement Award from the Max Reger Foundation of America. Later that month, she joined Beyonce at the White House state dinner honoring Mexican President Felipe Calderon and First Lady […]