Bobbi Page, Stan Ayeroff, Sid Page, Paula Hochhalter, Leslie Lashinsky, Domenic Genova, Brian Kilgore
Dream Street performs romantic and eclectic acoustic chamber jazz with great vocals, unique instrumentation and original material. Led by guitarist, songwriter and arranger Stan Ayeroff (Roger Daltrey, Heart, Oingo Boingo) and featuring vocalist Bobbi Page, one of the most recorded vocalists in town and violinist Sid Page, known for his work in Dan Hicks and The Hot Licks and currently known as the "all-terrain" concertmaster/soloist in the L.A studios, Dream Street is an innovative new contemporary music group dedicated to great songs, cool arrangements, and heartfelt performances.

Bobbi Page - Vocals
Stan Ayeroff - Guitars
Sid Page - Violin
Alisha Bauer - Cello
Leslie Lashinsky - Bassoon
Domenic Genova - Acoustic Bass
Brian Kilgore - Percussion

Bobbi Page, Vocal
Bobbi Page - Vocals
From commercials to animation, global concerts to blockbusting movies, Bobbi has literally become one of the most influential voices in the film, television, and commercial music industry today.  

L.A. vocal contractor extraordinaire, Bobbi not only performs with but develops choirs for many of the biggest composers and projects in the business: THE LION KING - Hans Zimmer, THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS - Danny Elfman, 2 DIE FOR, and SCOOBY DOO 1 and 2 - David Newman, ALADDIN, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, SPIDERMAN 1 and 2, MEN IN BLACK 1 and 2 - Alan Silvestri. And more recently… HAIRSPRAY - Marc Shaiman, SPIDERMAN 3 - Christopher Young, MEET THE ROBINSONS - Danny Elfman, Disney's ENCHANTED - Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz, BEOWOLF - Alan Silvestri, EVAN ALMIGHTY - John Debney, HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL 1 & 2 & 3, TENACIOUS D and EPIC MOVIE

Bobbi comes home to a harmonious marriage with her very own all-terrain studio cat:  violinist and concertmaster Sid Page.  They parent two wonderful sons and make beautiful music together.

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Stan Ayeroff, Guitar
Stan Ayeroff - Leader, Composer, Arranger, Guitars
While studying composition at the California Institute of the Arts, Stan fell in love with swing music, especially Django Reinhardt and the Hot Club of France. He went on to write books on Django Reinhardt, Charlie Christian and Benny Goodman. He has performed with Texas R&B singer Delbert McClinton and was co-musical director (with Danny Elfman) of the original "Mystic Knights of the Oingo Boingo". He served as Orchestral Supervisor for Rod Stewart, Page and Plant, The Who and Heart, conducting a chamber orchestra for Heart's concert video "The Road Home" on Capitol Records. Stan has been the musical director for a series of projects featuring Roger Daltry of The Who, and has served as arranger for songwriter David Baerwald (Sheryl Crow, Moulin Rouge).

On the recommendation of Ry Cooder, Stan was enlisted by drummer Jim Keltner to create a "Djangoesque" jingle for U.S. Healthcare. Stan assembled his musical dream team of violinist Sid Page, woodwind player Dan Higgins, bassist Dave Stone and percussionist Brad Dutz and the group "Snapdaddys" was born. On this precursor to Dream Street, Leslie joined in on bassoon for one song. Their instrumental CD "Snapdaddys" is available at the Dream Store.

For many years Stan has serenaded the stars on and off camera, once upon a time inspiring Sean Connery and Sophia Loren to dance together to his solo guitar playing.

What's Next?

Dream Street!

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Sid Page, Violin
Sid Page - Violin
Classically trained, Sid Page ventured into jazz and rock, receiving critical acclaim as featured soloist with Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks, Sly & The Family Stone and Van Morrison.

Settling in Southern California, Sid has earned the reputation as L.A.'s most versatile violinist and concertmaster, performing on thousands of film, television and record projects such as:
Christmas with the Cranks, Princess Diaries, Legally Blonde, The Last Samurai-Something's Got To Give, Elf. Fnding Nemo, Bruce Almighty, Day After Tomorrow, Lemony Snickett, The Village, Cinderella Man, U2, Tom Petty, Alanis Morrisette, Madonna, Bette Midler, David Benoit, Toto, Mark Isham, George Benson and yes, Spinal Tap - to name a few.

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Alisha Bauer, Cello
Alisha Bauer - Cello
Since her arrival to Los Angeles, Cellist Alisha Bauer has been an active performer and collaborator in both classical and popular music settings.  During her graduate studies in cello at UCLA, Ms. Bauer co-founded the Alcantara Piano Quartet, an ensemble that went on to participate in the Fischoff and Coleman International Chamber Music competitions. 

She has worked with notable artists in both live performance and in the studio, as well as performing on and off screen for the TV and Film music industries.  Some of her recent performances include concerts with Tony Bennett, Andrea Bochelli, Sara Bareilles, Diana Krall, William Joseph, and Mariah Carey.  In addition, Ms. Bauer maintains a private studio and teaches cello at Los Angeles City College.

Domenic Genova, Acoustic Bass
Leslie Lashinsky - Bassoon
Leslie Lashinsky plays lots of low notes.

She has toured the world with orchestras led by Zubin Mehta, Leonard Bernstein and Esa-Pekka Salonen, and has played bassoon and contrabassoon on many motion picture soundtracks, including Jurassic Park, The Lion King, The Matrix movies, The Chronicles of Narnia, the Rush Hour movies and Spiderman 3.

Leslie is a multi-media artist and has taught at Art Center College of Design and Pepperdine University. Her creative projects include marrying Stan and giving birth to Zander.

Domenic Genova, Acoustic Bass
Domenic Genova - Acoustic Bass
Domenic is a Los Angeles based studio bassist who has played on tours, records, TV, and movie dates during a career spanning 40 years.

Specializing in both string and electric bass, he has toured with Seals and Crofts and Olivia Newton-John. His playing has been featured on recordings by Laurence Juber, the Goo Goo Dolls and Beck among others. 

He's also heard on the scores to the TV shows Family Guy, Roseanne, 7th Heaven, Home Improvement and the current hit, The Secret Life Of The American Teenager, as well as such movies as The Lion King, U587 and X-Files The Movie.

Brian Kilgore, Percussion
Brian Kilgore - Percussion
In Brian Kilgore's diverse studio career he has played on over 400 albums, including Rock and Roll with Cold Play, Live, Sheryl Crow, Shelby Lynne, Celeste Prince, Whitney Houston, Starship, Linda Rondstadt, Ricky Martin, Jody Watley, Robbie Nevil, the Goo Goo Dolls, Aerosmith, and Concrete Blonde, Afro-Cuban salsa with Clare Fischer and Francisco Aguabella, straight ahead jazz with Terry Trotter, Bill Watrous, Bill Cunliffe, and Bob Florence, jazz fusion with Kirk Whalum, Everette Harp, Dave Koz, Grant Geissman, and Warren Hill, and rap with NWA, P Diddy, and Dr. Dre. His numerous TV/film credits include Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, King Kong, Narnia, Beowulf, Wall-E, Hairspray, Semi-Pro, Pollock, A Bug's Life, Mighty Joe Young, A Perfect Storm, Spiderman II, The Bourne Supremacy, Troy, Van Helsing, I Robot, The Polar Express, Team America, Robots, The Legend of Zorro, Cars, The Longest Yard, and over one hundred more.

He has also performed live with Barbra Streisand, Teena Marie, Elton John, Billy Joel, Chaka Khan, The Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, the Los Angeles Master Chorale, and many more.

Brian received his Bachelor of Music degree from California State University, Northridge, where he subsequently served on the faculty from 1992-1998. His ability to cover all aspects of percussion, from Afro-Cuban rhythms to orchestral percussion, to the extensive use of electronics and exotic sound effects, has made him a first-call player on the Los Angeles recording scene.

Brian is an endorser of Toca Percussion, Zildjian cymbals, Vic Firth sticks and mallets, Factory Metal, Rhythm Tech, Gibraltar, and Evans Drumheads.

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