Mark Geslison has spent several years researching, teaching, and performing traditional folk music as director of the Folk Music Ensembles at BYU. He has toured internationally with the BYU folk dance and music ensembles on several occasions and performs regularly at different events in Utah. Mark is also the founder of the Institute of American Music, a private organization for teaching and promoting traditional American music as well as other folk music styles. Mark plays nylon and steel-string guitars, mandolin, octave mandolin, mountain dulcimer, bass, bodhran, and other instruments.
Geoff Groberg enjoys recording and performing bluegrass, celtic, and other styles of traditional acoustic music. He plays several musical instruments including piano, guitar, bass, and banjo. He is from Utah and performs regularly with local bluegrass/folk bands including Lincoln Highway, Miles To Go, and Fire on the Mountain. He also enjoys traveling and has performed music in Scandinavia, Russia, Canada, and many states in the U.S.. In addition to performing, Geoff enjoys composing, producing and engineering music from his home studio. (www.GeoffGroberg.com)