Chad Lefkowitz-Brown is a GRAMMY winning saxophonist known for his work in the jazz and pop genres. He has made television appearances with Taylor Swift and Phillip Phillips, and has toured on four continents with many esteemed jazz artists. Chad grew up in Horseheads, a small town in upstate New York. His father was a […]
The Children’s Orchestra Society, founded in 1962 by Dr. H.T. Ma, is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to “teaching the language of music” to children and teens. Our mission is to cultivate and nurture children and teach them teamwork and life skills through music-learning and performing in orchestral and chamber music settings. Members of COS receive […]
Chloe Lowery is an America singer/songwriter, actress, dancer, and television producer. Born in Largo, Florida by age nine she was performing professionally at corporate events and by the age of 12 she was signed to RCA Records. Lowery was the lead vocalist for Big Brother and the Holding Company for their 2006 summer tour. She […]
Currently living in New York City, trumpeter Christopher Scanlon is a member of the Miami Symphony Orchestra and Verbier Festival Chamber Orchestra. Additionally he has performed with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston Pops, Springfield Symphony, Charleston Symphony, Symphony in C and as principal with the Boston Lyric Opera, Singapore Symphony, Rhode Island Philharmonic, Vermont Symphony, […]
Born and raised in Germany,Christian has been playing the piano since the age of 5. For 20 years he hasbeen a musical director and musician throughout Europe and North and SouthAmerica for such musicals as JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT,Disney’s THEHUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME (World Premiere Berlin, Germany), CATS (Berlin, Germanyand North and South […]
Cellist Clara Yang has appeared in numerous solo, chamber music, and orchestral performances at major venues and festivals across the United States and internationally. She earned her Bachelors and Masters Degrees at the Juilliard School where she studied with Joel Krosnick, and earned her Professional Studies Diploma at the Mannes College of Music under Timothy […]
Classical Tangent is a lively group of musicians from the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Berklee College of Music faculty and other professional organizations who put their talents together to explore Folk music from around the world. While we feature several classical works on our programs, we base our performances on adapting these distinctly different folk styles […]
Creston is a violinist with the Houston Latin Philharmonic. He is also currently the Assistant Orchestra Director at Klein ISD. Previously he was the orchestra director at YES Prep in Houston and an instructor at the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University.
Cullan Bryant is among the most active chamber and collaborative pianists in New York City, maintaining a schedule of over 70 recitals a year. He has performed with many world-class artists including Ju-Young Baek, Emanuel Borok, Colin Jacobsen, Misha Keylin, Oleh Krysa, Julia Lichten, Midori, Sviatoslav Moroz, Peter Rejto, Paul Tobias, members of the Amati, […]
Versatile drummer Daleton J. Lee plays for many groups in the city of Houston and the surrounding area. A product of a musical father and artistically supportive mother, he grew up as musical child involved in singing, band and playing the piano. Daleton grew up playing with Jazz “Cats” like Mike Moreno, Robert Glasper and […]
Newlyweds Grammy Award winner Dan Zanes and Haitian-American jazz vocalist Claudia Eliaza perform Dan’s greatest hits as well as folk and blues classics from their popular new songbook entitled Dan Zanes’ House Party!: A Family Roots Music Treasury. Concerts also include selections from their Kennedy Center commissioned folk opera, Night Train 57, which premiered in […]
Trombonist David Gibson has enjoyed a varied musical career which is deeply rooted in the genres of jazz and funk. While reared in Oklahoma, Gibson’s musical journey steered him to New York City. Jazz luminary Curtis Fuller said about Gibson, “Out of all the young players I hear in the music today, David is one of very […]
A graduate of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, David Marc Tagle has traveled throughout the U.S., to China, London, the Philippines, Taiwan, Italy, and Canada giving chamber music and solo performances. He has participated in numerous festivals and seminars including the Amadeus, the Muir, and the Audubon string quartet seminars and the Aspen Festival, […]
David Townley is ~almost~ a senior at Yale University, but first he is spending a year traveling the world performing a cappella (along with Jake and Sammy)! When he is not on a stage, you can find him either trying to add numbers together or reading Romantic poetry (which, to his initial disappointment, does not […]
As an instrumentalist, vocalist, bandleader, Master of Ceremonies, producer, and talent manager, David has been providing quality entertainment in the Washington area for over 25 years. In 2003 David received the Jazz History Appreciation Month Award from the Department of the Interior for his “musical achievements, accomplishments, and dedication…” Congress created the Jazz History Appreciation […]
Deborah Hurwitz is a millennial renaissance woman living in Manhattan and Los Angeles. Trained as a concert pianist with a major solo debut at age 12, she discovered the joys of electronic production in the studios at Princeton University and brought both musical worlds together in New York as a composer, conductor, producer and performer. […]
Drummer Denise Fraser has performed in Off-Broadway and Broadway shows. She plays regularly with the Restless Blues Band who currently has a song in the movie The Other Woman. She is the house drummer for UnCabaret, a weekly comedy and music show at First & Hope Restaurant in downtown LA.
Desi Oakley is a broadway singer, previously seen in Evita, Shrek the Musical, and Les Miserables. Her performance with Music for Autism was during the national tour of Waitress, where she played the part of Jenna.
Diana Ortega began the bassoon at age of 12, and shortly after a year of playing music was accepted into the prestigious preparatory program at the Juilliard School. In 2001, Ms. Ortega began her high school years at the “Fame school” formally known as LaGuardia High School for the Performing Arts, and by her junior […]
Dianne grew up a Valley Girl in Southern California, graduated from UCLA, and moved to New York to pursue a career in musical theatre. Well… a funny thing happened on the way to fame and fortune. Her only role on Broadway was as a waitress at the Saloon restaurant at 64th & Broadway. Undaunted, Dianne […]
Dmitri Zisl Slepovitch is a clarinetist, saxophonist, pianist, composer, ethnomusicologist, educator, conductor, and Yiddish/ Eastern European style singer. Since 2008, he has been an Assistant Artistic Director at National Yiddish Theatre, working with Zalmen Mlotek, one of the most authoritative figures in the modern Jewish theater and music world. He has also co-arranged a score for […]