Harold O’Neal – The last protégé of Andrew Hill, O’Neal began working with musical luminaries from a young age — touring the world with Bobby Watson when he was 19 after studying composition at the Berklee College Of Music and leaving the Manhattan School Of Music to replace pianist Jason Moran in the influential band, The Greg Osby 4, recording for Blue Note Records. As a composer, Harold is known for blending the genres of 20th-century impressionist music with modern music. His solo album, “Marvelous Fantasy”, is influenced by the works of Maurice Ravel and Claude Debussy. His work has been featured in the New York Times, NPR, and PRI. In addition to composing, O’Neal is equally active as a producer in the worlds of Pop, Hip-Hop, and R&B. In 2010, Harold began working with hip hop legend Damon Dash as an artist for Universal Music Group. This led to a long term collaboration with the iconic hip hop producer Ski Beatz, touring extensively, and producing tracks for Mac Miller, CamʼRon, Murs, and Sir Michael Rocks. In 2012, Harold began a collaboration with super-producers Lilʼ Ronnie (R. Kelly, Britney Spears, T-Pain) and Jerry Wonda (The Fugees, Justin Bieber, Madonna).