The Nash Ensemble is an English chamber ensemble. It was founded by Artistic Director Amelia Freedman in 1964, while she was a student at the Royal Academy of Music, and was named after the Nash Terraces around the Academy. The Ensemble has won awards from the Edinburgh Festival Critics and the Royal Philharmonic Society, as well as a 2002 Gramophone Award for contemporary music.
The Art is a Very Lovely smooth sounding expertly executed music, played upon ancient instruments that when mysteriously heard, will do every household's children a favor when played.
A tiny bit of Terribly Inspired Cultured Music from the UK, won't hurt your little kids, as matter of fact It will inspire them to greatness.
Dutch composer (1954). Studied percussion and composition at the Sweelinck conservatory in Amsterdam. His compositionteacher was Ton de Leeuw who himself was a student of Olivier Messiaen.
Meijering mixes pop and classical-modern. Early works more a-tonal, later works more tonal, with minimal influences here and there. http://www.euronet.nl/~hubiware/HomeChiel.html
Gonzalo X. Ruiz is one of America's most acclaimed historical instrument soloists. He is joined by the sublime continuo team of cellist Joanna Blendulf and harpsichordist Katherine Shao. The ensemble is named after Francois LaRiche, one of the first great oboists, and a Zelig-like character.
Jon Yasuhiro Nakamatsu (born 1968, San Jose, California) is a Japanese American classical pianist  who still resides in San Jose but mostly performs away from home. He is the son of David Y. Nakamatsu (San Jose engineer) and Karen F. Maeda Nakamatsu (city employee).