PETER QUEAL, a Greeley CO-based jazz guitarist and vocalist, incorporates a multitude of musical styles into his work. Past musical collaborations include his work with Tangent, The Beat Freaks, The Mario Asti Group, Conjunto Varietal, PQBP, Bas Mati, Por Todos, Wyoming Home Grown, Peter Queal and Friends and performances as a guest artist in conjunction with the Wyoming Arts Council. Music festival performances include Woodstick, the Donkey Creek Jazz Fest, Snowy Range Music Fest, and Nowoodstock. Peter has experience as a music producer for radio and television. Other productions include the CD "Wild Hair", the newly digitally mastered CD "Moments", the Latin-influenced CD "Conjunto Varietal-de Cuba pa' Trinidad", the CD "PQBP Live"-a tasteful mix of jazz, Latin and classical works and the newly released "humility" which has received the honor of a 4th place in the top music releases featured on Wyoming Public Radio in 2015. Other professional experiences include performances in theatrical productions of "Godspell", "Always Patsy Cline", "A Chorus Line", "The Last Five Years" and "Godspell 2012". Venues of note include San Francisco area clubs like the No Name Bar, Uncle Charlie's, Escovedo's and Yoshi's. Peter worked in the Caribbean Islands in bands on both the Carnival and Royal Caribbean cruise lines. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Music from Drury University, a Bachelor of Music Education with honors from the University of Wyoming and a masters guitar certificate from Berklee school of music-online. While attending U.W. in his studies with Kevin Hart, he added several classical guitar pieces to his repertoire, has studied jazz guitar with Ron Cottingham, Steve Kovalcheck and Ryan Fourt and has shared the big band stage with Gregg Bissonette, Eric Marienthal, Ingrid Jensen, Brian Lynch and Peter Olstad. Peter taught guitar at Laramie High School and the University of Wyoming since 2006 and now maintains a private lesson studio at his new home in Greeley.