Peter Janson's latest album, Places In Time, is his seventh domestic solo recording, and features original compositions as well as his arrangements of songs written by some of the worlds greatest composers (Ralph Towner, Francis Bebey, Pat Metheny, Ennio Morricone, John Dowland, and Antonio Lauro). When Peter was a student at New England Conservatory he was introduced to the music of these great musicians/composers, and their music became very inspirational to him. At that time he played mostly nylon-string acoustic guitar, and this album has Peter returning to his nylon-string guitar; bringing to you his joy of the instrument, his interpretion of these legends and the original compositions resulting from decades of musical inspiration. Places In Time is an album of guitar beauty laced with Peter's trademark fusion of jazz, European, and world-folk styles played with passion, artistry, and technical mastery.