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Cameron Wilson s a violinist/composer currently residing in Vancouver. He is a member of the classical crossover piano trio Joe Trio, the gypsy jazz quartet Van Django, the Hard Rubber Orchestra,Francophone inspired trio Pastiche, Mariachi Del Sol, and Tambura Rasa. His compositions and arrangements have been performed by numerous symphony orchestras and ensembles across North America. He has collaborated with CBC storyteller Stuart Mclean on "A History of Canada" and "I Remember Wayne", and has co-written a film noir opera called "Supernatural Noir" with playright Kico Gonzalez Risso. Most recently he wrote the film score for "The Mary Contest" and was commissioned by the Lyrebird Ensemble from Chicago to write a jazz inspired work for flute and harp.


Charles was born at a very early age, and has been playing cello since he was eight. He has a Bachelor music Degree in performance from the University of British Columbia where he studied with Eric Wilson. Charles is a long-standing member of the cello section of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and is on the teaching faculty at the VSO school of music. He is music director and conductor of the North Shore Chamber Orchestra in North Vancouver BC and conducted the premiere performance of Cameron Wilson's "Fragile Magic" (the Salmon Symphony) in Smithers BC. Recording for movies and television, playing in Broadway musicals and as back up for visiting artists such as John Denver, Frank Sinatra Jr. and Brian Wilson keeps things interesting.


Allen Stiles was born at the age of three in Bella Coola BC. The guy is a freelance pianist in vancouver, is a member of the contemporary music ensemble Standing Wave, and a founding member of The Little Chamber Music Series That Could Society. He holds a Masters degree in piano performance from UBC, studying under Lee Kum Sing. He also holds doors open for people. Allen currently teaches at the Langley and Richmond schools of music as well as the Douglas College Community School. he can't brag like Charles 'cause he's never played with rock stars, but he has played a bunch of musicals and operas in his time. Allen currently resides.

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