George Sepmeier is a multi-instrumental musician, actor, composer, and author from Denver, CO. He grew up in an artistic family acting, dancing, singing, and playing piano. In middle and high school he began playing viola, and recorded three albums with the East High School Orchestra. He was also an acting club member and performed in several musicals and plays including Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. George played viola briefly with the Metro State Orchestra before receiving his AA in Music Performance from Community College of Denver in 2016.
George is currently Principal Violist for the Broomfield Symphony Orchestra. He performs frequently as a solo violinist and singer/songwriter and with his World-Fusion Jazz band Phoenician Feathers. In 2017, George acted and played Turkish Oud in The Bitsy Stage’s show The Silent Princess: A Turkish Tale. George is also a composer and writes music for many genres including world, metal, funk, jazz, and classical.
George released his first Single ‘Fools Gold’ in Nov. 2017, followed by an impressive compilation of Middle Eastern Songs: Songbook of the East. When he is not pursuing the arts George enjoys cooking, reading, exercise, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.
George is one of the most professional musicians and sound engineers in the Front Range area. To book George or his bands for your wedding or event please visit his website!
Catrene is a sought after vocalist, author, composer and activist in the Front Range of Colorado. She is featured on concerts at the Mercury Cafe, Dazzle Jazz, CU Boulder, Colorado College, CU Denver, Aurora Global Fest, the St. Ravka Lebanese festival, among many other cultural outreach events promoting world peace. She often collaborates with Hal Aqua and the Lost Tribe.
Her Middle Eastern ensemble Zuruna fosters the sensuous rhythms and sounds of music from North Africa, Iraq, Iran, Syria, Turkey, Israel and Palestine. As an Arab Israeli from Haifa, Ms. Malshey is dedicated to promoting songs of peace, love, and healing.
The ensemble includes Annie Aqua (violin), Pete Jacobs (oud), James Messerich (percussion), and Theo Anbacher-Hunt (percussion).