Composer/Pianist Andy Daniels has worked with a long list of musicians including Mornington Lockett, Ed Jones, Spike Robinson, Dave O’Higgins, John Etheridge, Pete Wareham, Clark Tracey, Lanny Morgan, Dick Heckstall-Smith and others, and has performed at The Royal Festival Hall, The Barbican, The Jazz Café, London Jazz Festival, Ealing Jazz Festival and many other venues in the UK and abroad.
As a composer of contemporary music, Andy has worked with many ensembles including the London Sinfonietta, the Firebird ensemble and the Balanescu String Quartet and has been a featured composer on BBC Radio 3’s ‘Hear and Now’ programme.
In the film world, his scores have been heard at festivals all over the world including those in Los Angeles, New York, London and at the Taormina International festival in Sicily. He has also composed for theatrical, multi-media and radio productions and has won many awards including Best Impact Of Music In a Feature at the Park City Film Music Festival, Utah (during Sundance) and the Silver Remi prize for Music at Worldfest Houston, Texas.
His Jazz compositions are featured in the Andy Daniels Ensemble, a six piece group drawing inspiration from Jazz, Classical and other influences.
Andy currently teaches Jazz Piano at the University of Southampton.
Saxophonist Lee Goodall is a multi-instrumentalist and composer who lived and worked in New York City for many years, performing and recording with the likes of Steve Gadd, Marcus Miller, Will Lee and Dr John.
Lee recorded and toured with Van Morrison for two years and appears on three of Van’s CDs: ‘You win again’, ‘Down the road’ and ‘What is wrong with this picture.
Composing has been a large part of his life and he has worked for the BBC on projects including the radio plays ‘Waiting for concord’ and ‘Clara’.
Lee tutors on a number of Jazz summer schools including the 'Barry Jazz Summer School’ and has taught at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama working alongside many fine jazz musician/educators.
More recently Lee has played with Dr John at Brecon Jazz Festival (2015) and the Moody Blues in ‘Legend of a band’ (2016).