Aubrey V. Adams retired with honors in November 2001 as principal percussionist and section leader for the United States Air
Force Band in Washington, D.C. after over 21 years of service. He has performed in the Kennedy Center and Carnegie Hall with the National Symphony Orchestra. He has performed regularly with the Fairfax Choral Society; the Maryland, Annapolis, Fairfax, Prince William, Alexandria and Richmond Symphony Orchestras; the National Philharmonic, Washington and Manassas Ballets, Washington and Virginia Operas, and Washington Bach Consort.
Dylan Barber is a Boston based freelancer and educator. His recent performances include appearances with the Boston Philharmonic, New Haven Symphony Orchestra, Symphony New Hampshire, Lexington Symphony, and Orchestra of Indian Hill. He has also had the opportunity to travel the U.S., playing with ensembles including the Washington National Opera Orchestra at the Kennedy Center, the Charlotte Symphony in North Carolina, and New World Symphony in Miami.
Mr. Raymond Cole is the Director of Music at Randolph Union High School in Randolph, Vermont. There he conducts the high school Concert Band, 7/8 Concert band, Concert Choir, and the high school Jazz Band. He has been recognized by the faculty at Randolph Union and received the 2019 inspiration award. Raymond is also certified in Project Based Learning, teaching a Digital Music PBL in his time at Randolph Union.
Eric Sabatino currently plays Principal Harp with the National Symphony Orchestra (sub), Washington Choral Arts Society, Richmond Symphony, Baltimore Symphony, New World Orchestra, Washington Concert Opera, Alexandria Symphony, and has recently collaborated on two jazz recordings.
For over three decades, drummer Steve Johns has been a major presence on the jazz scene, collaborating with many of the music’s most renowned practitioners. Artists from all points on the musical spectrum have consistently sought him out because they know his musicianship, versatility, deep commitment to his craft, and enthusiasm will enrich any performance.