Justin Murphy-Mancini is a keyboardist and composer based in Boston, Massachusetts. He maintains an active career as a soloist and collaborative musician, placing special emphasis on less well-known works and composers. As a composer, he collaborates closely with musicians on long-term projects exploring extended duration and timbral experimentation. Justin serves as Director of Music at the First Religious Society, Unitarian Universalist, in Newburyport, MA. He is a graduate of Oberlin College and Conservatory of Music and has also earned a Ph.D. in Composition from UC San Diego.
Aaron Tan is a Canadian organist, engineer, and pianist. He has won numerous noteworthy contests and scholarships on both instruments including the First Prize and Audience Prize at the prestigious AGO National Young Artists (NYACOP) competition in 2018. Mr. Tan is currently studying at the Institute of Sacred Music at Yale University and also serves as Organ Scholar at Church of the Resurrection, New York City. As a scientist, Aaron holds a Ph.D. in Materials Science from the University of Michigan and worked there as a postdoctoral researcher after earning his degree, studying polymer thin films.