The Annie Moses Band is an ensemble unlike any in America today. A blend of fiddle, jazz, and classical influences, fused with soaring, folk-inspired vocals creates a sound both refreshing and familiar. With 500+ hours of airings on PBS stations across the country (the highest debut for any artist on public television to date), a top-ten Classical Crossover album (Billboard Magazine), a bustling tour schedule of over 80 concerts a year before 100,000+ people, and a plethora of appearances in print and on television, this family is pulling new fans from across musical genres to their eclectic style of music making. Meet the family: Annie (lead vocals, violin), Alex (lead vocals, viola), Benjamin (cello), Camille (harp, keyboard, vocals), Gretchen (violin, mandolin, guitar, vocals) and Jeremiah (guitar), and their parents, award winning songwriters Bill (composer/arranger/pianist) and Robin Wolaver (vocalist/lyricist/composer/ speaker). With a distinguished background in classical music — the older siblings trained at the Juilliard School, and the youngest are well on their way to similar distinction- the Annie Moses Band is a family bringing classicism to the common man.
From concert tours to a discography of more than 10 projects and educational endeavors like the Fine Arts Summer Academy, the Annie Moses Band is a group with a mission to help others capture the creative call God has placed on every person. They play to inspire all generations to join in the discipline, beauty, and excitement of highly-skilled musicianship. They are worth hearing. And once heard, they will not be forgotten.