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Ailie Robertson

Ailie Robertson is a musician in the broadest sense: composer, arranger, teacher, improviser and harp virtuoso. “Her synthesis of Irish, Scottish and contemporary harping technique into an individual style represents the realization of otherwise unimagined possibilities for the Celtic harp” (Niall Keegan, 2006). Although just 24 years old, she already has some of the most impressive credentials in the Scottish harp world.

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Now Ensemble

NOW Ensemble is a dynamic young group of performers and composers dedicated to making new chamber music for the 21st century. With our unique instrumentation of flute, clarinet, electric guitar, double bass, and piano, NOW Ensemble brings a fresh sound and a new perspective to the classical tradition, infused with a blend of musical influences that reflects the diverse backgrounds and listening experiences of our members.

Read more about Now Ensemble on Last.fm.

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Te Vaka

Te Vaka is a unique group of ten musicians and dancers from Tokelau, Tuvalu, Samoa, Cook Islands, and New Zealand brought together under the inspired leadership of Opetaia Foa'i. They have been wowing international audiences since 1997, presenting a rich, luscious mix of Polynesia's ancient culture, to the modern world and in 2008 won the

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Avalanche

There are 16 bands under the name Avalanche. 1.) Avalanche is Polish rock band. In this band plays: Bartosz Słatyński (vocal / guitar / fiddle), Michał Gołuchowski (bass), Tomek Gołuchowski (guitars), Sebastian Boba (drums). They have released 1 record: "Połączenie" in 2006. 2.) Avalanche is also a Norwegian popduo.
Kirsti Johansen (lead vocals / backing vocals), Kjetil Roesnes (Lead vocals / keyboards / guitars / programmings). They have released 2 albums: Avalanche (1990) and Westbound (1992). They are now recording their new AVALANCHE album, planned to be released 2006.

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Martin Barre

As the lead guitarist for Jethro Tull, Martin Barre has been joined at the hip to Ian Anderson since 1969, when he replaced Mick Abrahams in the group's lineup. His playing has provided much of the energy that allows the band to soar on record and in concert amid the beauty of Anderson's melodies and the complexity of his lyrics, and played no small part in helping the veteran band (some would say "dinosaur") win the 1988 Grammy for Best Hard Rock Album for Crest of a Knave. Anderson himself has been quoted as saying, "Without Martin Barre, Jethro Tull could not exist."

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Screaming Citizens

Screaming Citizens are a four-piece groove funk rock band, with a flute. The four members, Scott, Frazer, Kevin and Jake come from Llandudno (North Wales), Liverpool and Manchester. Brothers Scott McDonald (lead vocal and flute) and Fraser McDonald (guitar and vocal) met Kevin Mooney (bass guitar) in John Bright secondary school in Llandudno and later met Jake Woodward (drums) when gigging at The Cavern Club in Liverpool.

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Jonas Simonson

Musician since many years in the border field between Nordic roots and other awesome music. Jonas Simonson plays like no other flutist, with his own characteristic sting and intensity of sound and rhythm. In addition to the ordinary flute, he alternates with various overtone flutes and wooden flutes, as well as performing on the bass clarinet. Jonas performs with the legendary folk-fusion ensemble Groupa and Den Fule. He has previously performed with Bäsk, Kapell Frisell and the Vocal Ensemble Amanda.

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