Rich O’Meara is fluent in a wide variety of musical styles. He is currently a member of Kwo’m Percussion Group, which is focused on composing and performing new music for percussion. As a member of One Earth Percussion Theatre he took part in innovative multi-media performances. He has performed with the Contemporary Music Forum, the Lenox Ensemble, and the New York based ensemble Sky Music. He was featured as marimba soloist with the Women Composers Orchestra and under the direction of Michel Camilo, was guest artist at the 1998 Latin-Caribbean Festival at the Kennedy Center.
Carlos Garza has scored 14 feature length films and over 20 short films. He was recently awarded the top composing prize in the Washington DC 48 Hour Film Competition for his work in “Star Pupil.”
Carlos Garza began his film scoring career in 1997, when he scored the feature film, Thirteen, with Cecil Hooker and Shep Williams. On the strength of critical response at the 1998 Toronto International Film Festival, the film was invited to the 48th Berlin Film Festival, where it was awarded a jury prize.