Most of Brant Grieshaber's public performing career has been focused on various kinds of fusion music in spite of the fact that his formal education was in classical composition. As a composer, Brant brings a very unique and mature perspective to his interpretations. This first CD of Leo Brouwer's music is Brant's interpretation of Estudios Sencillos and Nuevos Estudios Sencillos on solo classical guitar. Impressions Of Brouwer, Vol. 2: The Electric Etudes is due to be released later in 2011 and features 8 of these etudes arranged for a fusion ensemble. Brant is most known for his ability to slide from one genre to the next imperceptibly. His debut album of original music, Ra Quintet, amazed music critics with the blend of different textures and musical ideas. 'Prodigal sun... Ra Quintet... Blending tight fusion grooves and tricksy Canterbury scene-style arrangements ensures that Boston's Ra Quintet self-titled debut never falls victim to attention-seeking displays. Carefully structured, their music sometimes has the ornate qualities of Gentle Giant -particularly the impressive counterpoint of Good Knowledge - without ever compromising the innate sense of swing that takes the album more jazz than jazz-rock territories.' writes Sid Smith, the biographer of King Crimson.