New Zealand pianist/composer Matthew Davidson is usually both a single recording artist and a instructor. Davidson started his music profession at age 15, when he performed his first tune “Echoes From days gone by” on Radio New Zealand, which he implemented up a season later with shows on the Wellington Jazz Membership in his homeland. This led to Davidson playing additional shows all over the world, including Canada and america, as he centered on traditional, modern, early jazz, and ragtime music. Davidson’s first compositions contact upon several styles, both nonmusical and musical: including reserve, music, and lyrics for musical comedies, chamber music, improv functions, theater parts, plus digital and orchestral music. Davidson continues to be issuing albums because the early ’90s, including such game titles as 1991’s Space Shuffle as well as other Futuristic Rags, 1994’s Graceful Ghost, 1995’s Voodoo Queen: Piano Rags, Jazz, & Blues, 1996’s Stolen Music and Sugar Problem, and 1997’s Blue Forest Mass.