David Hykes

Award-winning composer-singer and film composer David Hykes is the founder of Harmonic Chant, a vocal music of the spheres. He has collaborated with His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the Mind and Life Institute, exploring sacred sound, healing and meditation, and has presented and performed in countries, festivals and spiritual centers all over the world. He founded the Harmonic Choir, the western world's pre-eminent overtone ensemble, in NY in 1975 and has released 12 albums, including the best-selling overtone album of all time, "Hearing Solar Winds."

Masako Inkyo

Ev Mann

Ev Mannis a percussionist, composer and writer. He is the founder and director of the Center for Creative Education in Kingston and Stone Ridge NY. The Center is home to the Energy Dance Company and the Percussion Orchestra of Kingston.

Eva Perez de Vega Steele & Ian Gordon

Eva Perez de Vega Steele holds a Masters and Bachelors degree in Architecture and Civil Engineering from the University of Madrid School of Advanced Architecture (ETSAM) and has studied dance at the Graham School of Contemporary Dance in New York. In 2004 she founded EPdVS Studio an interdisciplinary architecture practice also involved in interior design, product, set design and choreography, to explore techniques of exchange between architecture and dance, and continues to do so with co-founded e+i architecture. She currently teaches at Parsons The New School for Design and has taught at UPenn School of Landscape Architecture and Princeton School of Architecture.

Projectile Arts

Projectile Arts is a non-profit (501c3) organization dedicated to fostering dialogue between different cultures and communities through the arts, with an emphasis on experience rather than analysis. Productions focus on education through entertainment and creative expression, using art as a tool for communication and understanding in a variety of media. We collaborate with promising young artists and producers, often immersing them in unfamiliar worlds where they can gain new inspiration for their work and interact directly in the environment to share their experiences through their respective disciplines.

Malina Rauschenfels

Malina Rauschenfels attended Eastman School of Music and The Juilliard School as a cello performance and composition major. She has written for or worked with Misnomer Dance Theater, Laura Flowers, Luke Wiley, Human Kinetics Movement Arts, Jody Oberfelder, and DOORKNOB COMPANY. Her compositions have been performed at Alice Tully Hall and Carnegie's Weill Hall.
Malina Rauschenfels

Joel Simpson

Regula Wyser

Zuvuya Collective / Peter Shapiro

Peter Shapiro is a New York based video maker. Involved in Visual design, for live performance and projections, Video production and Consultation, on all things video related.