Annie Moses Band

The Annie Moses Band is a family of Nashville raised and New York trained performers. Genre-defying and unforgettable, the group has been thrilling audiences for over a decade with a sweeping virtuosity and musical spirit that is both fresh and poignant. These are true musicians of the highest caliber drawn together by the bonds of family, faith, and love for their audience.

Raised by award-winning Nashville songwriters, Bill and Robin Wolaver, this band of Juilliard-trained siblings have graced the stages of Carnegie Hall and the Grand Ole Opry House. Their PBS specials, “Christmas with the Annie Moses Band” and “The Art of the Love Song” broke records and have been nominated for an Emmy. Most recently their 2021 project “Tales From My Grandpa’s Pulpit” topped Billboard charts.

Christmas with the Annie Moses Band is a musical touch of heaven. Signature arrangements of “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen,” “O Holy Night,” and sweeping originals like “When the Christmas Baby Cries,” brings fans year after year. It is a Christmas tradition that brings the listen to the heart of the sacred story of Christmas.

Annie Moses Band Christmas Trailer!


20th Anniversary year!

When we started the Annie Moses Band, I was an 18 year old college student at the Juilliard School. My younger siblings were exceptional musicians (my two brothers were at the Juilliard pre-college) and our parents were powerhouse performers and award-winning songwriters. 2002 was our first tour and the launch of our summer festival. In honor of this 20th anniversary, the next 12 months will be a year of celebration for our family to remember the move of God through our music and mission.

In 2022-2023 we are hitting milestones!

  1. The 20th Anniversary Celebration at the Kennedy Center

  2. The 20th Annual Annie Moses Summer Music Festival

  3. And…The official launch of the Conservatory of Annie Moses College Program.

When we began we had no idea how God would lead us to stages and screens not usually occupied by Christians in the arts, like PBS or Carnegie Hall. The music we made was inspiring other families to develop the artistry of their children with greater excellence. We were leading an artistic renaissance of highly skilled young artists who were committed to the Kingdom. That calling is at the heart of our mission today, to declare Truth and Light in the midst of the darkness and lies our world, through stage and screen, for the glory of God.

The annual Annie Moses Summer Festival (FASA) and its sister program, the Conservatory of Annie Moses, are the headquarters for that mission.

Over 20 years we have mentored and trained over 1500 young artists. The alumni of the Festival and the Conservatory are winners of prestigious national competitions, symphonic soloists, students and graduates of prestigious colleges and conservatories. They have recorded albums, acted in films and performed on iconic stages around the world. They are teachers, theologians, preachers, writers, and thinkers.

That’s the case because these programs are life-giving and life-changing. They are the place where fear dies, joy is experienced, and a life-long community is found.

Over these 20 years I see a magnificent tree has formed. In its branches is the fruit of 20 years of leading, teaching and mentoring the exceptional young artists of God’s Kingdom that He brought in our path.

We hope you will:

  1. Join us at the Kennedy Center! The concert is going to be a powerhouse gathering of the people who have been transformed by this work of God through us - the young artists, families and fans who connected deeply to our music and mission.

  2. Become a monthly donor and support this mission! The Conservatory of Annie Moses, the tv and theatrical shows being created and performed require patrons who catch the vision. Give!

  3. Bring our music, tv shows, and teachings into your home and be inspired!