Meet the Team

We believe in “Inspiring Musical Adventures.” Join us as we change the world through the power of music!

Michelle J. Nielsen

Michelle J. Nielsen

President

She knows all about the world of music. Her father‘s career as a celebrated performer, symphonic concertmaster, university professor, and music scholar, took her and her siblings (with parents) on an international adventure--from the tops of the Rocky Mountains, to the crown cities of Europe, to the ivory towers of academe, both domestically and internationally. Like her mother before her, her gifts continue to bridge the gap between the fullest expression of the artist’s expression and the practical side of the music equation--an indispensable fulcrum upon which turns the success of failure of the whole proposition. She brings all the individual parts together and turns them into a fully functioning work of art.

Andrew K. Nielsen

Andrew K. Nielsen

CEO

Brings natural gifts, academic training, and "hands-on" experiences to the business proposition. He provides that indispensable core element that brings the creative genius of the "one" within the reach of the "many." As a project manager specialist in several successful enterprises, he brings a "cutting-edge" expertise to "proven" practices that otherwise remain bogged down by an inadequate vision that does not perceive the expansive possibilities that otherwise exist. In short, Andy’s the guy that "finishes up" and "gets the job done."

Perry J. Nielsen

Perry J. Nielsen

Inventor

Life-long accompanist and amateur musician, at last, tired of the chaos of music being borrowed and lost, or bumped or blown off the music rack, or otherwise disassembled. "So, I decided to create a folder that would display and present the music in such a way as to secure it, protect it, and store it, and that would work in the practice room as well as in the performance Hall. There was nothing out there in the marketplace that solved all these problems, so I created a folder that did (with a host of ses
beyond the keyboard too). I just wish I had come up with the idea a lot sooner."