Rachael & Vilray first met in 2003 when they were students at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, but didn't begin performing together until 2015. Now they are the duo Rachael & Vilray and they play original songs inspired by the music of the 1930s and 40s. They'll talk and sing in the studio.
Composer Nicholas Britell says he wants his scores to help people lose themselves in films. He's scored the films 'If Beale Street Could Talk,' 'Moonlight,' and 'Vice.' Before becoming a composer Britell wanted to be a classical concert pianist, and he studied the neuropsychology of music at Harvard.
The musician, songwriter, composer and producer has made a name for himself by playing with the like of Amanda Palmer. For his latest album, however, he found himself departing from a rock sound as he began writing his own orchestral arrangements.