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 […]
Dr. Sophia (Feng) Lee is a Family Medicine Physician who is completing her residency at Montefiore Medical Center under the mentorship of Dr. Ma. Both have performed as chamber musicians in the United States and internationally.
Dr. Yeou-Cheng Ma is a Developmental Pediatrician and a musician. A graduate of Radcliffe College and Harvard Medical School, she works with children with developmental disorders in the Bronx and Queens, performs as a chamber musician, and teaches violin, viola, and chamber music with The Children’s Orchestra Society. Informally known as the “Music Doctor,” her […]
Elena Bonomo is a drummer, percussionist, band leader and music educator based in the NYC area. A graduate of Berklee College of Music, she holds a Bachelors Degree in Performance. Elena has shared the stage with Tony-award winning actress Patina Miller (Pippin, Sister Act), Constantine Maroulis (Rock of Ages), Richie Goods (Chris Botti) and jazz […]
Emily is a violinist with the Houston Symphony. She holds a master’s degree in music from Rice University. She has performed at Carnegie Hall and at Column Hall in Moscow.
Violinist Emily Kalish is committed to bringing audiences thoughtful, imaginative, and emotionally honest interpretations of the classical repertoire as well as new works written by 21st century composers. After earning a Bachelor’s degree from the Hartt School in Connecticut, where she studied with Katie Lansdale, Emily moved to New York for her Master’s degree at […]
Emily Koch was with the national tour of Waitress when she performed with Music for Autism.
Erich is principal cellist of The Chelsea Symphony, and a regular performer with Distinguished Concerts International New York, The Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas, and numerous other orchestral and chamber ensembles. He has performed in collaboration with Joan Tower, Bill Whelan, Athena Tergis, Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, Akiko Sasaki, among others. Recordings span many genres, from the […]
Ethan Riordan is a sophomore at Yale University. In his freshman year, he played Melchior Gabor in Spring Awakening with the Yale Dramatic Association in the fall of 2018. Ethan is a musical theatre composer and is studying in the Shen Curriculum for Musical Theater at Yale. He has acted with the New York Musical […]
Praised for her “bountiful gifts and passionate immersion into the music she touches” (The Plain Dealer), Chinese pianist Fei-Fei Dong is a winner of the Concert Artists Guild Competition and a top finalist at the 14th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. She continues to build a reputation for her poetic interpretations, charming audiences with her […]
In 2011, Felipe was awarded the Kenan Performing Arts Fellowship at Lincoln Center Institute, a prestigious program for emerging artists that culminated in his successful NYC Debut Performance Recital on the Lincoln Center campus which was entitled “Viva La Flauta!”, a celebration of flute music from the Americas. Following his soloist debut at age 17, […]
Gabriel Medd played his first gig at the age of ten, and he has been performing on his trumpet ever since. Now 23, the Iowa City native has occupied venues at the North Sea Jazz Festival, Monterey Jazz Festival, Iowa City Jazz Festival, Jazz Standard, Iridium, Chicago Jazz Showcase, Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola and the Blue […]
GENGHIS BARBIE, the leading post post-feminist feminist all-female horn experience, is the most innovative and energizing chamber ensemble of its generation and beyond. With a combined 24 years of conservatory training, Genghis Barbie delivers to you a visceral and unadulterated musical adventure. Performing arrangements of pop music from the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s, 00’s and […]
Born in Taipei, Taiwan, Gloria Shih has received several awards including First Prize in the Taipei Piano Competition, Second Prize in the Taipei chamber music competition, and First Prize in the Schimmel Piano Competition. Ms. Shih earned her Bachelor’s degree at Soochow University as a protégé of the renowned Se-Se Chang, and has appeared in […]
Acclaimed by the New York Times for their “expertly played” performances displaying “meaty lower brass textures,” the Guidonian Hand is America’s leading modern trombone collective. Tireless advocates for contemporary music, this adventurous ensemble collaborates frequently with living composers. The Hand has commissioned numerous new works and received grants from organizations such as Chamber Music America, […]
Since his move from Europe to the United States, Hendrik has played and recorded with New York’s most respected musicians and is acknowledged as one of NYC’s top session guitarists today. He learned to play the organ, trumpet and flugelhorn at the age of 10, then switched to guitar at the age of 12. Hendrik’s […]
Henry Williford is a flutist. He is a graduate of Shepherd School of Music at Rice University in Houston, Texas. His repertoire ranges from baroque to contemporary and he has performed to audiences all over the country.
Holly Sedillos is one of the most versatile sopranos in Los Angeles. She is equally comfortable in the studio or on stage, singing various classical styles, musical theater, world music, children and monster voices, or whatever else is thrown her way. Classical highlights include being a soloist in John Adams’s Grand Pianola Music with the LA Phil, playing Consuelo […]
Inesa Sinkevych is a Ukrainian born Israeli concert pianist, currently living in New York. Her recent CD, Schubert Piano Works was released in 2012. She has performed as a soloist with the Israeli Philharmonic, Minnesota Orchestra, Gulbenkian Symphony, Gran Canaria Philharmonic Orchestras, as well as solo recitals in such venues as the Purcell Room at […]