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 that is both refreshing and familiar. With 1000+ hours of airings on PBS stations across the country, a top-ten Classical Crossover album, a bustling tour schedule of over 80 concerts a year before 100,000+ people, and a plethora of appearances on television, this family is pulling new fans from across musical genres to their eclectic style of music making. Beyond this success, the Annie Moses Band enjoys the fact that their music is an inspiration to a new generation of young artisans. "Everywhere we perform there are returning children, who say to us, 'I started playing a couple of years ago after we saw your concert.' This scenario is exactly what we hope will happen," Annie explains. To bolster this reality, the Band hosts the annual Fine Arts Summer Academy in Nashville, TN where over 200 students from ages 4 to 22 come to hone their artistic craft and discover their innate gifts as performers.

Meet the family: Bill Wolaver (composer/arranger/pianist) and his wife, Robin (vocalist/lyricist/composer/ speaker) along with their children: Annie (lead vocals, violin), Alex (lead vocals, viola), Benjamin (cello), Camille (harp, keyboard, vocals), Gretchen (violin, mandolin, guitar, vocals) and Jeremiah (guitar). The parents are award-winning songwriters. The children’s background is classical music — the older siblings trained at the Juilliard School, and the youngest are well on their way to similar distinction. All have studied with renowned instructors, earning awards and achievements that testify to the depth of their artistry. From concert tours to a discography of more than 10 projects to educational endeavors, 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!