Glenn Grab has worked as a professional cellist and teacher in Los Angeles for over 40 years. He has performed with several major orchestras including the LA Philharmonic and the Pasadena Symphony and has performed on a multitude of film and recording dates. His education includes a Master's degree in Music from CSULB. His cello students have gone on to attend many of the major colleges and universities in the country, including Yale, USC, and the Eastman School of music. One of his current high school students is now on a four year, fully paid music scholarship to the Crossroads School in Santa Monica, which is known to have the one of the best high school music programs in the country.
Kevan Torfeh is a professional cellist and teacher in and around Los Angeles. His weeks are spent playing recording sessions, concerts, and teaching. Previous accolades include having been principal and solo cellist for the L.A. Mozart Orchestra (during its glory days under the direction of David Keith) from 1978-1992, and playing with the Temianka Virtuosi from 1985-1990 (and touring with the same group under the auspices of Columbia Artists Management). He currently plays with the New West Symphony, Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, and the California Philharmonic where he is the Associate Principal Cellist. Mr. Torfeh's studies were completed at U.S.C., L'Accademia Chigiana in Siena, in England with William Pleeth, and in Salzburg at the Hochschule Mozarteum. Mr. Torfeh has taught instrumental music privately for 35 years.