Dr. Joan Conlon

Joan Catoni Conlon is Professor and Director of Graduate Choral Research Emerita for the University of Colorado at Boulder, where she conducted the University Singers. She received her BA, MA and DMA degrees from the University of Washington where she was Professor of Choral Music and Conducting (1972–95). From 1971 to 1995 she was the conductor of […]

Maureen Hughes

Maureen specializes in entrepreneurial sales, marketing, business and solution development, and negotiation. She has introduced innovative, competitive go-to-market strategies and programs, and developed new solutions and business opportunities in diverse markets. Maureen has deep expertise across a number of industries. She’s been an active entrepreneur starting up a technology business, then establishing and leading three […]

David Sabee

Winner of the 2011 Grammy for best engineering of a classical composition for his work on the SonoLuminis CD, “Quincy Porter, Complete Viola Works” featuring Cleveland Orchestra violist Eliesha Nelson, David Sabee, cello, began his studies at age five as a pianist, later studying with Miriam Blair and Frank Mannheimer. Gaining an invaluable musical foundation […]

Daniel Goodrich

 Daniel Goodrich is an attorney with Seattle’s Hillis Clark Martin & Peterson where he provides counsel on business transactions and estate planning, mergers and acquisitions, business entity formation, and general business and tax matters. A graduate of the University of Washington School of Law, Daniel has a life-long interest in the arts, having received a […]

John Gordon Hill

John Gordon Hill is an award-winning filmmaker, documentarian, and director. His filmmaking career spans more than 40 years of directing and shooting dramatic pieces, documentaries, web series, dramatic programs, television commercials, corporate communications, and music videos. Mr. Hill’s most recent documentary for KCTS’s When Seattle Invented the Future, aired on 240 PBS stations. Mr. Hill […]

Dr. James Savage

Dr. James Savage is director of the Choir of Hope at Christ Our Hope Church at the Josephinum. Prior to this appointment, he served as Director of Music at Seattle’s St. James Cathedral from 1980 to 2015, where he turned a struggling program into one of the nation’s leading Cathedral music programs. When he began […]

Bruce Johnson

For more than four decades, Bruce Johnson has handled major First Amendment matters on all subjects – ranging from opposing prior restraints to drafting and pushing for enactment of the state’s reporter’s shield law, and from defending defamation and privacy cases to litigating prisoners’ rights of access to news. He also has been involved in […]

Henry Lebedinsky

Henry Lebedinsky

Hailed by The Miami Herald for his “superb continuo… brilliantly improvised and ornamented,” GRAMMY-nominated historical keyboardist, composer, and conductor Henry Lebedinsky has performed with the Seattle Symphony, Seattle Opera, the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, the Charlotte Symphony, Seraphic Fire, Sonoma Bach, and the Cantata Collective, among others. Recent conducting engagements include the Seattle Baroque Orchestra […]

Tekla Cunningham

Tekla Cunningham

Praised as “a consummate musician whose flowing solos and musical gestures are a joy to watch,” and whose performances have been described as “ravishingly beautiful” and “stellar” and lauded for ” long, amber-tinted lines and pertly articulated phrases,” baroque violinist (and occasional violist and viola d’amorist) Tekla Cunningham enjoys a multi-faceted career as a chamber […]

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