Peter Erskine drummer / educator, Professor of Practice, Jazz Studies, and Director of Drumset Studies USC Thornton School of Music; www.petererskine.com Dave Liebman saxophonist / educator, served with Elvin Jones and Miles Davis before decades of leading his bands; recipient of NEA Masters of Jazz (USA); French Order of Arts and Letters among other awards; www.davidliebman.com Mats Lekander professor of psychology, Karolinska Institutet and Stockholm University, Sweden, and also a double-bass player Göran Arnberg composer, conductor, arranger (orchestral arrangements for the movie "Mamma Mia"), keyboards in Benny Andersson Orchestra, CowboyBengts™ etc. William Larsson pianist and student at the Rhythmic Music Conservatory in Copenhagen
Dr. Marcelo Coelho Brazilian saxophonist, composer, educator, researcher, founder of the IRSA (International Rhythmic Studies Association) Jacob Karlzon pianist and composer www.jacobkarlzon.com Peter Nilsson freelance drummer and teacher at the Malmö Academy of Music Petter Eldh bass player, composer (People Are Machines, Django Bates, Thomas Agergaard Time Span Band) Jon Fält drummer (Bobo Stenson Trio, Yun Kan 5, The Stoner, Tomasz Stanko)
Sten Hostfalt Jazz Guitarist, Bandleader and Educator New York City. Founder/Director NYC Guitar Studio, Faculty New York Jazz Academy
Helge Albin Professor Emeritus of Jazz Improvisation at the Malmö Academy of Music, altosaxophonist, composer and creative director of Tolvan Big Band Lennart Gruvstedt drummer/percussionist and head percussion teacher at the Malmö Academy of Music Johannes Johansson composer and former principal vice-chancellor at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm Tommy Lakso lecturer of guitar at the Academy of Music in Piteå, Sweden, and appointed “Jazz Teacher of the Year” 2012 by the “Swedish Jazz Federation”
Bengt “Mulle” Holmqvist Swedish guitar player and lecturer/improvisation pedagogue. He has always been interested in rhythmics, and his early fascination with the music of Frank Zappa led to ideas that would eventually develop into the Reference Rhythm Method.