Lorentz and Lopez formed their duo in 2015 as students at the University of Denver. The duo fuses classical, jazz, and pop songs into their performance to create events that excite any listener. Their innovative arrangements and musical approach provide the perfect ambiance to any event as well as a guarantee to charm audiences. Hire Lorentz/Lopez for any wedding, social, or business event.
Standing out for his versatility, Kevin is a pianist based out of Denver, Colorado. Beginning his journey with a focus on classical music, he was nominated by the faculty as the outstanding graduate of his class upon earning his music degree in piano performance from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Nowadays, his repertoire has expanded greatly to include jazz, funk, and pop music, among others. In addition to winning numerous piano competitions while developing his classical abilities, he has played with some of the area’s top jazz musicians, and is in demand as a piano and keyboard player for numerous public shows, weddings, and corporate events. A few highlights have included 1st place in the MTNA Colorado Young Artist piano competition, 2nd place at the MTNA regional competition against other state winners, and having the chance to perform throughout the region and in New York City, Buenos Aires, Mexico, and Hong Kong.
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Rebekah began playing violin at age four in her hometown of Midland, Texas. Primarily a classical violinist growing up, she studied Violin Performance and holds a Bachelor of Music degree (B.M. 2008) and an Artist Diploma (A.D. 2009) from University of Denver as well as a Master of Music degree (M.M. 2011) from The Juilliard School in New York City.
Upon completion of graduate school, she began playing and performing more nonclassical music in New York. In 2013, Rebekah joined San Fermin, an indie band from Brooklyn. With them she toured the U.S. and Canada extensively as well as several tours through Ireland, UK, France, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, Latvia, and Iceland. San Fermin toured with many well-known performers including Alt-J, The
Head and the Heart, Courtney Barnett, Son Lux, and Sam Amidon. In 2016, after living in New York City for seven years, Rebekah moved back to Colorado
In 2017, she left San Fermin and turned her focus to more local performance. Rebekah has enjoyed the variety of opportunities that freelancing has brought over the last several years. She plays violin, viola, 5-string fiddle, mandolin, and guitar at more than 100 weddings and private events each year. She also teaches violin students, plays with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra as a substitute violinist, and enjoys playing fiddle and singing in her bluegrass band, Ragged Union.
Rebekah on Violin – Halo by Beyoncé
Rebekah on Violin – You Are the Reason by Calum Scott
Scott has performed professionally in a wide variety of musical styles and roles. As a studio musician in New York City with Carly Simon, he sang background vocals, arranged and played synthesizers on the hit, Coming Around Again, the theme song to the movie Heartburn, starring Jack Nicholson and Meryl Streep. He worked with Mariah Carey on her first recording session and her first album, as well as with singers Philip Bailey of Earth Wind and Fire and Robert Lamm of Chicago. He co-wrote and produced the title track to the album, Magnetic, by the jazz group Steps Ahead, featuring vocalist Dianne Reeves and saxophonist Michael Brecker. As a jazz pianist, he has played with Mike Stern, Bill Watrous, Miroslav Vitous, Billy Hart, Mike Mainieri, Joe Lovano, Victor Lewis, Javon Jackson, Harry Allen, Ron Miles, Carl Fontana, Pete Condoli, Red Holloway, Hiram Bullock, Tia Fuller, and many others. He has performed two national tours with the Broadway hit musical Jersey Boys. He currently runs the record label Liberian Handshake Records which donates a significant percentage of proceeds to African education outreach and other charitable causes.
Performances by Scott
Steve is formally trained in classical and jazz styles, with a degree in Guitar Performance. In addition to playing classical guitar, he plays in rock, dance and top-40, soul and r&b, country, blues, and jazz bands. He has played with everyone from the Colorado Symphony Orchestra to shows such as Disney’s “The Lion King” during its entire Denver run.
Steve is a veteran of 1000’s of weddings, parties, and corporate events both with his ensemble and as a soloist.
Ron has been a professional musician for over 40 years, playing virtually all styles of music in every setting from concert hall to theater to the recording studio. At home performing on both the electric and double basses, Ron also has a particular fondness for teaching, which he does at the University of Colorado at Denver, Colorado Christian University, and Metropolitan State University of Denver.
Being a big softie when it comes to kids, Ron has been part of Inside the Orchestra’s & “Tiny Tots” program for decades and plays “side by side” concerts with students and the Colorado Chamber Orchestra.
Ron has performed with many jazz greats including Dizzy Gillespie, George Benson, Eddie Daniels, Billy Taylor, Kurt Elling, Lawrence Hobgood, Shelly Berg, Michael Wolff, Bill Watrous, Tom Scott, Bobby McFerrin, Red Rodney, Phil Wilson, Byron Stripling, Clare Fischer, Diane Schuur and Doc Severinson. He has appeared with the Colorado Symphony and Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestras as well as numerous festival orchestras. Broadway show work includes the national companies of “Chorus Line”, “The Color Purple” and “Legally Blonde” at Denver’s Buell Theatre. Ron has played concert performances with Pavarotti, Bocelli, Earth, Wind and Fire, Yes, Marvin Hamlisch, Linda Ronstadt, Maureen McGovern, Rosemary Clooney, Billy Crystal, Pete Barbutti and many others.
Ron played the U.S. Presidential Inaugural Ball in Washington D.C. in 2001 and has played corporate and private social events all over the United States, Mexico, Canada and Europe. With this Jazz Quartet he played the Queenstown Jazz Festival in New Zealand. As part of the Park Hill Brass and the Rocky Mountain Trio Ron played for several summers in the “Jazz in the Vercors” festival in the Alps of southern France. He was also part of the workshop associated with the festival.