In 2008, along with Roni Ben Hur and Amy London, Debriano started the Summer Jazz Camp in San Cezaire Sur Siagne, France, a highly successful jazz and Latin jazz event that led to the launch of the camp in Cabo Rojo.
A rare and remarkable vocalist and arranger, Dylan Pramuk is deeply steeped in the great traditions of jazz and voice, bebop and improvisation.
One of the most respected guitarists and educators on the jazz scene, Ben-Hur’s recordings and performances have been praised throughout the world.
Amy London is known and loved in New York City jazz and Broadway circles for her effortless sound, impeccable musicianship and depth of emotion. She performs frequently at NYC jazz clubs as well as on international stages.
A solid fixture of the New York jazz scene and respected world-wide, Ralph Lalama embodies the best of the jazz sound ideal – great time, great swing, expressed through great melodic ideas.
Bassist Cameron Brown started his career in the mid-60′s, and has been collaborating with Sheila Jordan since the early 70′s. Since 1996 they have collaborated in the wonderfully adventurous voice + bass duo format.
Steve Williams has gained a reputation as one of the finest drummers in the jazz business. For 28 years, Mr. Williams was chosen by beloved singer-pianists of all time, Shirley Horn, to be her ‘percussionist.’
A talented pianist, composer and band leader, respected as a sensitive and creative accompanist, and has played in many settings, from Abbey Lincoln and Steve Coleman to Kevin Mahogany and Joe Lovano.
A native of Sao Paulo, Brazil, Helio started piano lessons at age 6, and quickly gravitated to jazz.