Susan Mayo (cello) is active not only in the classical world, playing with the Wichita Symphony, but can also be seen with the WC Quartet, one of the only improvising string quartets in town and Poke Salad Orchestra, a string trio firmly rooted in American traditions. She also works with the 21 Century Projects collective, a creative collaborative of musicians, visual artists, and dancers and has collaborated on a variety of projects writing works for the Switchgrass Quartet and was recently awarded a Tallgrass Artist Residence.
Paul Elwood (banjo) is active in the realms of experimental, bluegrass, and jazz. In 2015 he played on a premiere by experimental music pioneer Alvin Lucier and has collaborated with guitarist Jean-Marc Montera, legendary composer Christian Wolff, percussionist Famoudou Don Moye, guitarist Eugene Chadbourne, cellist Hank Roberts, French saxophonist Raphaël Imbert, and the Callithumpian Consort of the New England Conservatory, Zeitgeist, bluegrass legend John Hartford, and pipa player Min Xiao-Fen, among many others.
Sue McKenzie (saxophones) plays in a variety of contexts both in jazz. world, improvising and classical realms (recording for Delphian Records). She was guest artist at the RADD Jazz Series, University of Wisconsin River Falls, USA (2019) and other recent gigs include the 606 Club / Jazz Cafe (London), West Holts Stage (Glastonbury) as well as with Australian DJ HDTM. She works regularly with the Glasgow Improvisors Orchestra and recently wrote “Faramach Suite” (for saxophone sextet and percussion) which received its' world premiere in Croatia, 2018, featuring players from Costa Rica and Canada.