Violinist Jasper Wood has established himself as a major talent, capturing the hearts of music lovers everywhere with his “thrilling virtuosity” (The Strad) and his “sweet tunefulness edged in melancholy” (Washington Post).
The New York Concert review spoke of David Riley's “absolutely exquisite technique” and the Billings Gazette called him “a soloist’s dream, star quality, gifted and sensitive.”
Together the duo has recorded six duo CDs over their twenty years of collaboration. They received the 2004 East Coast Music Award ‘Best Classical Recording’ for a CD of works for violin and piano of Igor Stravinsky. And their recitals continue to garner rave reviews.
Composer/arranger Terry Vosbein is equally at home in classical and jazz worlds and has a "dramatic, jazzy feel and fine understanding of how to improve on a brilliant original," according to Marc Myers at JazzWax.Com.
The three of them met at the Cleveland Institute of Music and two decades later they have combined forces to create the most memorable Christmas recording to come along in years.