Originally hailing from Limerick, Ireland, Louise has performed in solo concerts, musicals, tv and radio shows across the US, Canada and all around Europe and South America since beginning her professional career.  She spent two years working for Sony Music & Universal BMG Scandinavia (1999-2001). Louise also travelled the globe working for Up With People as Vocal Instructor and as a Guest Entertainer Vocalist taking the lead in the musical productions onboard luxury cruise ships with Royal Caribbean and Princess Cruises (2005-2009).  However her true passion for music lies in Jazz!

Since May 2010, Louise has been based out of Mexico City, where she regularly performs at the most prominent Jazz clubs, venues, theatres and festivals around Mexico City and across the country. She feels privileged to be working with the very best of Jazz musicians from Mexico, Chile, USA, Israel, Brazil, New Zealand and Ireland. Often, Louise is invited to participate in recorded and live interviews in specialised programs about Jazz or to publicise events on radio and television, for example in TV Azteca Puebla, Televisa, Canal 22. She actively participates in Irish music and Jazz events, working for the Irish Embassy in Mexico City and Havana, Cuba.

At the end of 2013, she released her debut Jazz album “Songs from a Darkened Room”, a collection of 12 much loved classic jazz tunes, recorded live and unedited in studio, with Alex Mercado on Piano.

At the beginning of 2015, Louise released her second Jazz album titled "Moments of Light" which was recorded live in studio at Sala de Audio in Mexico City and mixed and mastered at Bass Hit Recording by Dave Darlington in NYC. The album includes original compositions in the styles of swing and blues, integrating seven well known musicians from Mexico, USA, Chile and New Zealand. "Moments of Light" was released under the label FONARTE LATINO and is now available on iTunes, GooglePlay, Amazon,Spotify and in physical copies at music stores across Mexico!

A  memorable performance for Louise was representing Ireland in the Euro Jazz Festival at the Centro Nacional de las Artes CNA in Mexico City, to an audience of almost 10,000 in March of 2014.  The full concert was retransmitted on Canal 22 TV several times in fall of that same year. Recently she celebrated five years in Mexico with a concert at the Foro Cultural Chapultepec to an audience of over 500 invitees.

 
He has been one of the leading musicians in the jazz scene in San Miguel de Allende. Drummer, singer and harmonica performer. He studied at the Berklee School of Music and Boston Conservatory, in the United States. He participated with Gato Barbieri, Dexter Gordon, Marion Brown, Etta Jones, Dave Burrell and Howard Noha. He has developed his own style of singing that led him to be one of the top ten finalists for the "Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competitions" which takes place every year in New York City, where hundreds of musicians are involved from around the world. He is also part of the "Fine Wine Trio", with whom he has performed in various countries such as Poland, where he participated in the "Elvin Jones Jazz Festival" in Morocco, Egypt, Zambia, Kenya, in the "Kennedy Center" in Washington and at the renowned jazz club "Blue Note" New York, United States.Ricky worked several years alongside the great trumpeter Gerald Hunter as well as with many other jazz greats, including Herb Ellis, Monty Budwig, Jack Sheldon, Tommy Newsome, Joe Newman, Charlie Rouse, David Fathead Newman, Herbie Mann, Chris Calloway (Cab's daughter), Richie Cole, Ernie Watts, Rebecca Kilgore, Houston Person, Chuck Redd, Nicki Parrott, Dan Barrett, Eddie Erickson,
Harry Allen, Allan Vache, Randy Sandke, Al Hermann, Brad Leali, and Chuck Berry.
 
Armando Servín trumpeter originally from Querétaro, Querétaro. With 25 years of musical career, he studied music with Antonio Servín (his grandfather) and the Centro Cultural Ollin Yoliztli (México, D.F.) in the degree in trumpet. Participated in the following groups: Taxi Jazz (Qro.), Paco Renteria (Guadalajara guitarist) and his current projects are: Made in Jazz (Qro.), Big Band Qro. (principal trumpet), Hopalong Jazz Cuartet (San Miguel de Allende, Gto.) and Pila Seca (electro-funk band, San Miguel de Allende, Gto.).
 
Bachelor of Music (jazz), School of Music, National Institute of Fine Arts, Mexico City. Lozoya has performed in festivals in Mexico, Cuba and the United States, accompanied by prominent jazz personalities such as Dave Pike, Bob Sheppard, John Ronstadt, Randy Bernsen, Roberto Vizcaino, Dennis Perrier, John Lefwitch (bass quintet), Daline Jones, Francisco Mela, Art Lande, Paul McCandless, Othello Molineaux, Brice Wi ston, and many others. He has backed-up singers Lila Downs, Magos Herrera and Iraida Noriega, and accompanied Dutch pianist Bert Van Der Been in an original musical production. Since 1999 he has produced many concerts throughout Mexico with his group "San Miguel Jazz Cats".
Since 1997 he has worked in many capacities for the International Jazz Festival of San Miguel de Allende, including musician, director of education, musical director, and producer. For five years he has delivered a series of concerts and didactic lectures on the history and appreciation of jazz at the festival. In 2006, Lozoya reactivated the festival and added blues performances to the program. Since then he has directed of the International Jazz and Blues Festival of San Miguel de Allende. For his work, Lozoya was the 2014
 
He was born in Chiapas, Mexico. Award-inning jazz guitarist-composer-producer Jaime Valle has perfore worldwide in jazz festivals with such luminarias as Kenny Burrell, Ron Carter, Ray Brown, Andy Simpkins, Russell Malone, John Lee Hooker, Koko Taylor, Steve Allen, Frankie Laine, Sammy Davis Jr., Dave Valentin, Eddie Harris, Joe Farrell, Ernie Watts, Cliff Almond, Tania María, Bob Magnusson, Big Joe Turner, Dave Pike, Joe Pass, Charlie Byrd, Herb Ellis, Mike Wofford, Lamont Johnson, Mundell Lowe, Howard
Roberts, Poncho Sánchez, and many more.
"Jaime Valle wins his 14th SDMA award in 2010 making him the single biggest winner in the event's history." - The San Diego Tribune Voted "Musician of the Year
1994" by The SD Readers Poll Winner SDMA Awards "Best Latin Jazz" 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000 Winner SDMA Awards "Best Mainstream Jazz" 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006.