John Sprague is an improvisational musician with a long career creating original music for movement, dance, and contemplative listening. John's beautiful album, 'Moving Spaces' was nominated for 'Best Instrumental Album' of 2002 by Just Plain Folk! (J.P.F. is a huge independent music organization which reviews 1000's albums for it's awards.) The 2nd piece on the album-- 'Early Sun: Dance' was also nominated and won 3rd prize for 'Best Instrumental Song.' As a whole, 'Moving Spaces' is an evocative journey through many realms of sound, rhythm, and spirit, ranging from neo-Rennaisance dance to Santana-esque jams. John's flutes, piano, and percussion, are joined by outstanding players on percussion, guitar, cello, and keyboards, improvising together to create a moving tapestry of soaring melody, rhythmic grooves, flute and guitar solos, and mystic contemplations. Offering a fusion of world sounds from primitive to modern, this album is an authentic gem, revealing more and more depth with each listening. 'Fantastic. I use John's albums for all my movement workshops.' D. Lowell, professor of dance 'Wow! I recently ordered your CD, Moving Spaces. I teach modern dance in a high school and am always looking for music that I feel is diverse and inspiring and that my kids find to be 'cool.' I believe that your CD is perfect ....like having live musicians! Thank you for your contribution to art...your work is awesome...fun...organic and lends itself beautifully to creativity and movement!' Dawn.