Discover the Soulful Melodies of Mistura Music

Live Music in the Triad Area


At Mistura Music, we are a diverse group of musicians dedicated to delivering captivating performances of Latin jazz, Spanish, and Brazilian Bossa Nova tunes in the Triad Area of Greensboro, High Point, & Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Join us for unforgettable musical experiences that blend various genres into harmonious melodies.

Who are we

Rebecca Cochran, Flute

A native of Tampa, Florida, Rebecca has performed extensively throughout the U.S., including appearances in Boston, Chicago, Honolulu, Vermont, North Carolina, Florida, and Washington D.C. She began her musical journey studying in the classical genre, earning her Bachelor of Music degree from the University of South Florida. Later, she studied with French flutist, pianist, and composer Louis Moyse and, for many years, managed his masterclasses throughout the U.S. and France. She has performed at the Brandeis Summer Music Festival, the Music Mountain Summer Festival, and the Alba Music Festival in Alba, Italy. Since then, Rebecca has broadened her horizons and ventured into jazz and tango music. In 2020, she traveled to Havana, Cuba, to study and play Cuban jazz. In 2023, she traveled to Rio de Janeiro to study and perform traditional Brazilian music.

William von der Goltz
percussion and vocals

William von der Goltz is a percussionist and vocalist born in Brazil. Since childhood, he has played various percussion instruments during "Carnaval" and continued pursuing his passion when he became a part of the New Orleans Carnival Troupe called Casa Samba after moving to the United States. Casa Samba performed at Mardi Gras and other popular events in New Orleans for over a decade. Later, William moved to Miami, where he actively participated in the southern Florida music scene and performed with multiple Brazilian and Latino groups at many venues in Miami. Upon arriving in Greensboro, he quickly became a member of the Anegada Band. He later co-founded Expresso Brazil, a band specializing in Bossa Nova, Samba, and Brazilian Folk Music. He also co-founded the Nueva Voz band.

Scott Richter, guitar

Scott grew up in Jacksonville, Florida. He began playing guitar in high school and studied classical and jazz guitar while in college.  He performed mostly solo gigs before moving, with stops in Oklahoma and Kentucky, finally settling in Greensboro in 2001.  He has played with church ensembles and performed with various groups spanning a variety of musical genres for special occasions, including many with current band mates Charlie and William.

Chip Potter, guitar and vocals

Chip grew up in Raleigh, NC, where he graduated from basement jam sessions to playing in the local Triangle club scene with various groups such as Hot Roscoe, Rimrock, Protect the Innocent, Last Call, and others. He then expanded to the central East Coast touring circuit, playing bass with Hybrid (which later became Th’ Cigaretz) while also honing his technical skills running sound and/or lights for Wide Open and The Embers. Before leaving the Triangle, he was a member of Fifth Avenue, backing Impressions of the Platters. In 1983, he moved to Greensboro, where he got involved in local theater, playing with Livestock Players Musical Theatre and CTG. He also became a life member of the Razz-Ma-Tazz Musical Review Company, where summer tours expanded his global citizenship as an ambassador of music in multiple countries. Chip met William through local parlor jam sessions and was fortunate enough to be invited to join Nueva Voz. He is excited about the incredible possibilities growing from the mixture of styles in Mistura.  

Charlie Murphy, bass and vocals

 Originally from Southern California, Charlie started playing bass early in his high school and college days in various country and rock & roll bands.  As the singer-songwriter genre took hold, he became involved with small guitar ensembles performing in local clubs and festivals.  Charlie relocated to Birmingham, Alabama in the mid-90’s and performed with the Ron Dometrovich Band and the City Stages festival in downtown Birmingham.    Moving  to Greensboro, North Carolina in late 2008, Charlie continues his musical journey performing with an all originals group, the Gary Matthews Band and an Americana group, Blue Ginger.  He also is the bassist at St. Pius X Church in Greensboro


James Korht, percussion

James was born in Rochester, New York, and has lived most of his life in North Carolina. He is an enthusiastic member of community orchestras and church ensembles. Although he has been studying music education at UNCG for most of his college years, his career goal is to become a first responder. Recently, James obtained his NC EMT license and is currently pursuing a degree in Paramedic Studies through his classes.


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