Ryan Leach – Arranger/Producer
Ryan Leach is a composer, producer and engineer based out of Los Angeles. He has written additional music for Jerry Bruckheimer’s hit shows Cold Case and Close to Home, as well as music for feature films, commercials, and theater projects.
As an engineer he has recorded additional strings for Hans Zimmer’s score to The Dark Knight, as well as for the TV series Cold Case, Close to Home (scores by Michael A. Levine), and The Tudors (score by Trevor Morris).
More information can be found at http://ryanleach.com
Lydia Veilleux – Violin/Fiddle/Viola
Lydia Veilleux is a versatile violinist who has toured and recorded throughout North America. She is a graduate of the Berklee College of Music with a BM in violin performance, and also studied contemporary improvisation in the Masters programs at the New England Conservatory. She is currently teaching and performing in Los Angeles.
Please visit http://www.lydiaveilleux.com for more information.
Scott Burns – Cello
Scott Burns has a Masters Degree in cello performance from Youngstown State University, as well as a Degree in Music Production and Engineering from the Berklee College of Music.
He has performed as a session cellist for a number of films and TV series’, in addition to working as recording and mixing engineer for shows such as Friday Night Lights, Lipstick Jungle, The Beast, and What About Brian.
Bryan Titus – Viola
Bryan Christian Titus graduated from Boston’s Berklee College of Music with a BM in Songwriting. Â A multi-instrumentalist proficient in Viola, Voice, and Guitar Bryan has performed, recorded and toured with artists across North America and Japan in a variety of musical genres.
Bryan currently lives, works and most importantly plays in Los Angeles.
Lauren Hendrix – Upright Bass
Lauren Hendrix is a Seattle native and began gigging professionally at home with her father’s Mexican band and in various jazz settings. She played overseas in Tahiti with Ron Falconer, a Scottish folk musician and songwriter.
Lauren earned her Bachelor’s degree from the Berklee College of Music in Boston in 2004. She earned her Master of Music in Jazz Studies from the University of North Texas in the Spring of 2011. Currently, Lauren teaches privately, is playing with the Dave Dolengewicz Trio, and is subbing with the Spokane Symphony Orchestra this season.
More information at http://laurenhendrix.com