"Our music reflects our life experience with the guiding theme of reverence to nature and the cosmos. Our live performance ranges from just the two of us, to an 11 piece ensemble... The ever-changing ensemble keeps the music flowing organically in response to stage space and the vibe of the venue.
With our constantly shifting sound and inspiration, we hope to remind ourselves and our audience of a human being's place in the universe. We are all experiencing this weird thing called life, together."
"Flutist Gina Luciani has a diverse career in music that includes recording for film, gaming, and television soundtracks, live performances, as well as international sponsorships through her prominent social media following."
Gina received her Bachelor of Music Degree in Flute Performance from the Colburn Conservatory of Music and her Master of Music Degree from the University of Southern California
Based in the New Orleans area, Jason performs an average of 175-200 shows per year. He currently performs with many groups around the New Orleans (and surrounding) areas, including Marc Broussard, The Mixed Nuts, and Travis Thibodaux. His primary project , called “The 504 Horns”, has been fortunate to be able to tour with Marc Broussard, and share the stage with other world renowned artists, such as Harry Connick, Jr. and The Temptations.
“I firmly believe that any musician, no matter what level of skill, can only perform as well as their equipment will let them. That's why I trust in Peak”
"Born and raised in Southern California, Debbie began studying violin at the age of nine and excelling when she was accepted into both the Ventura County Civic Symphony and the Los Angeles Junior Philharmonic at thirteen. She also began studying and playing french horn and saxophone during her high school tenure. She is currently performing with the Riverside Community College Symphony, Chamber and Septet, and is also a violin instructor for Rockstars Of Tomorrow Norco and Rancho Cucamonga. She teaches both Violin and Electric Violin."
"A young Peruvian Saxophonist breaking through the Minneapolis music scene with a huge sound and effervescent personality. From a young age, Lucia has been influenced by the classic jazz cats like John Coltrane and Sonny Rollins, as well as the gritty more modern Chris Potter and Michael Brecker.
Lucia is a current saxophone and flute instructor at the St. Paul School of Music, and a clinician for the Dakota Foundation for Jazz Education, she regularly visits high school and middle schools in the Twin Cities Area."
A veteran of the Southern California music scene, Jason Weber has been playing saxophone for over 30 years. Originally hailing from the Chicago area, Jason has 10 CDs under his belt as well as numerous guest appearances on other artists’ recordings. One of the busiest & most versatile musicians around, Weber performs an average of 300 shows per year.
"As a working musician who does a lot of gigs, I need equipment that is easy to set up & tear down. My Peak saxophone stands are perfect for this as they're small, lightweight & store in the bell of my saxophone so they don't take up any additional space. Additionally, the Anfree instrument swabs are the best that I've found for removing moisture & keeping my horns clean & in great working order."
"Nationally renowned cabaret singer Keri Kelsey has thrilled audiences in New York, Los Angeles, Boston, San Francisco and Florida. She draws inspiration for her compelling show from an equally wide variety of sources and experiences. In addition to performing at many notable venues, she has traveled with the circus, worked as a literary agent, swung 35 feet in the air from a float in the Rose Bowl Parade, raised a son who makes his living doing stunts in movies, ridden tigers bareback and signed for the deaf all the while earning a reputation for being as one reviewer recently put it “the definition of glamour”. She hosts the longest running Open Mic in Los Angeles and has hosted numerous events and benefits. A native of Louisville, Kentucky, Keri now lives in Los Angeles."
Greg Buyers is a performer, composer, educator and producer. He is a multi-talented man whose passion is music and has been expressing it since he was 2 1/2 years old. Greg loves to help students as their love for music grows, and he speaks his stories through every sound he makes.
"Donna has performed on saxophones in the NY and Los Angeles metro areas with many notable artists, including but not limited to Vicci Martinez from NBC’s The Voice, and the legendary vocalist Barbara Morrison at many notable venues. Donna has been teaching saxophones and trumpet privately in-person and online for over 27 years. She has taught all ages and skill levels both in the U.S. and internationally."
It's a nice feeling knowing your instruments are stable and secure, whether in the kitchen or on stage! Thank you Peak Music Stands for giving me that sense of security.
SG-20 Guitar Stand
SC-20 Cello Stand
I’m a touring fiddle player and have been using Peak stands for over 3 years, and I am a huge fan of their products. As an artist on the go I needed to find a quality lightweight, durable, compact-able stand for my fiddle. When I found Peak, my search was over. Its excellent design is strong enough to endure the rigors of the road, yet folds efficiently into a small bundle that adds very little weight to my bag. Peak stands are an essential part of my touring repertoire, and I’m proud to endorse their high quality stands.
ST-22 Violin Stand
As a traveling musician, I searched for years for the right stands that I could take with me without taking up suitcase space or being to bulky. Wow I'm so glad I was introduced to peak sax stands, perfect for being on the road. I have no need to use any other stands from this point on! Thank you to the Peak Family for your wonderful support.
PS-12 Saxophone Stand
Since I started with Peak Music Stands they given me & my band unconditional support in our musical journey! Great product, Great people!! Check them out you will love their products!
ST-12 Guitar Stand
SM-52 Mic Stand
SMS-32 Steel Desk Music Stand
SMS-50 Collapsible Desk Music Stand
Nigerian classically trained violinist Ernest Bisong is considered by many as a rising star on the jazz music scene in the twin cities. He continues to further the course of the genre by providing a fresh perspective on improvisation and harmony as he demonstrates mastery of the bebop language through a unique lens on his violin. He currently volunteers his time as a mentor with the Twin Cities Mobile Jazz Project, a non-profit organization that is dedicated to using jazz music and all of its derivatives (history, art, media, technology, and youth social work) to promote critical thinking, communication, and self-expression among youths within the twin cities metro area.
SMS-20 Collapsible Stand
ST-22 Violin Stand
The award winning Galestro-Smith Duo formed in early 2010 during their undergraduate classical studies at Stetson University, DeLand, Florida. Flutist Angela Galestro and guitarist Jonathan Smith have delighted audiences across the entire United States and in concert as far away as Assisi and Cervo, Italy. Both highly accomplished artists, the duo offers a diverse repertoire of classical, jazz, Latin American and popular music.
Eager to advance their careers as a substantial component to the musical world, the Galestro-Smith Duo has studied under and participated in master classes with internationally renowned artists. These teachers have included: Jonathan Snowden (UK), Matteo Mela (IT), Julian Gray, Stephen Aron, João Luiz (BR), Jeffrey McFadden (CA), Nicholas Goluses, Stephen Robinson, Linda Mark, George Pope and Roland Dyens (FR). The duo has performed for international events and festivals for the National Flute Association, GuitarSarasota, Suonare in Italia, and the Mediterranean Guitar Festival. Most recently in 2016, the GS Duo was awarded a top prize in the Chamber Music division for the American Prize Competition and in June 2014, 1st prize in the ensemble division at the Southern Guitar Festival in Columbia, South Carolina.
Both Angela and Jonathan received their Master of Music degrees from University of Akron and Bachelor of Music degrees from Stetson University. They currently reside in the pleasant city of Winchester, Virginia and are pursuing their doctoral studies at Shenandoah Conservatory as of Fall 2014.
Saxophonist Curtis Haywood has always been in touch with the healing spirit of music. His earliest memory of his attachment to music is an anecdote his mother shares with everyone. “When I was about 5 or 6 years old, I received my first instrument – a trumpet. When it was bedtime I absolutely refused to go to bed without it. Now being of West-Indian descent, my parents were obviously not trying to have any ‘back mout' from dis here little child! Finally, convinced that they had lost the battle, they allowed me to sleep with my trumpet."
Born and raised in Brooklyn, Haywood’s early love for music eventually led to his being chosen from some 5,000 candidates to attend New York's prestigious High School for the Performing Arts. He went on to attend Berklee College of Music in Boston, where he studied audio engineering. He counts among his musical influences Grover Washington Jr., David Sanborn, Bob Mintzer, Kenny Garrett, and his aforementioned namesake, 'King Curtis'.