Patrick Godfrey was born in Toronto in 1948 and began playing piano at age 10. Initially self-taught, from the beginning he was interested in many styles of music, and his early influences included Fats Domino, Henry Mancini, Leonard Bernstein and JS Bach.
Gary Sill is best known for his brilliant new age and jazz piano improvisations. His CD’s of acoustic solo piano, Spring is in the Poet (2001) and Restless Hearts (2002), were rated by NAV Magazine in the top 5 listings in the USA for 10 weeks following their release. The titles received extensive international air play.
He has his own website at http://www.micahpagepiano.com and the sheet music is available! Micah began recording piano at the request of his classmates and friends in high school who enjoyed listening to his improvisations. With the help of a friend who owned some recording equipment, Micah recorded his first compositions at his home church in Pleasant Hill.
For most of his life, Steve has been involved in music ministry at some level. This has resulted in a wide variety of opportunities and experiences. But when all of that is stripped away, what remains is a heart that loves to worship God, and hands that express that worship through intimate piano music.
Shokolat is British Pianist-Composer writing music for piano solo and for Cello in a classic style with a modern twist. His music is played regularly on popular national classical music stations in Europe such as Classic FM, Klassikradio, and Concertzender.