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Ruben Moran

Alter an intense carrier as a saxophonist, arranger and producer Ruben Moran joins up the top class musicians that establish the guidelines of the actual dance music. Luxury and class all in the same plate: an early musician at the age of eight, arranger and interpreter in all sort of bands and styles, has already placed in America, Africa, Meddle and Europe, in extremely prestigious night clubs(Amnesia, Pacha, Space, Dreamers..) accompanied by Dj,s like Erick Morillo, David Vendetta, Junior Sanchez, Tom Novy, Smoking Jo, Harry “Choo Choo” Romero, Jamie Lewis, Silicone Soul, Paul Jackson, Danny Rampling, John Acquaviva, Dj Chus, Sebastian Gamboa, David Penn, He also participated in multiple recordings and to top it all, he has recently graduated from the Berklee Collage of Music (Boston) getting his degree in Contemporary Writing and Production.

Supporting artist for BB King and Maceo Parker with his own band, The Funk On Me www.thefunkonme.com, with who he has produced and composed his last album in New York, with Kat Dyson (Prince) at the guitar and Fred Wesley (James Brown, Funkadelic, JBHorns) at the trombone.

With his own house music record label (Top Hat Records www.tophatrecords.eu ) he has already edited six referentes in the music market.

The Violinist

Micah’s passion for music began even before he could combine words into coherent sentences.At only two years of age, he started what became a lasting relationship with his violin. He attended the Suzuki Violin Studies School in Tokyo, Japan. Later he studied at the Zino Francescatti School of music in Aix-en-Provence, France.

At the age of thirteen, Micah performed with Liza Minnelli during her solo concert at the Philadelphia Academy of Music. Soon after, he was chosen to join the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra as principle first violinist, under Anthony Primavera. While pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in International Business at Drexel University, Micah became the lead violinist in the school’s String Ensemble. At the same time, he began working in nightclubs and experimenting with the fusion of the violin and electronic music. Upon graduation, Micah continued to enhance his skills by studying with various musicians throughout the Philadelphia area. His teachers included Estelle Kerner, author of the book "A History of the East European Violinist,” and Xiao-Fu Zhou, of the Pennsylvania Centre Orchestra.

Micah also studied jazz & blues improvisation with Eric Nemeyer, publisher of Jazz Improv Magazine. He also began touring all major nightclubs in the United States including Philly, New York, New Jersey, Boston, Chicago, Miami, L.A, and many more.