Antonio Gomez

AM Gomez

Antonio M. Gómez is an educator, percussionist, arts administrator and public media producer who is passionate about connecting communities and learners with compelling cultural stories and arts experiences. A former K-12 teacher, Tony manages economically and culturally accessible education programs at Tacoma Arts Live, where he also designs curricula, as he has done for PBS’ Latino Americans and Italian Americans series […]

Nick Magaurn

Nick Magaurn

Nick Magaurn is an industry raised, business minded, outdoor enthusiast with a passion for video production and travel. As the Producer (and chief problem solver) at Magaurn Video, Nick manages projects, productions, and relationships, externally and internally. He believes clear, honest communication is the key to a successful production and works to translate his clients […]

William Skeen

William Skeen

William Skeen serves as Principal Cellist with Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, the American Bach Soloists, and Voices of Music. He is a founding member of the New Esterházy Quartet, the Cantata Collective, and La Monica. William taught baroque cello and viola da gamba at the University of Southern California for two decades. Mr. Skeen has appeared […]

Tess Altiveros

Tess Altiveros

Noted for her “particularly soulful” (L.A. Times) interpretations and a “captivating combination of skilled singing and magnetic acting” (Pioneer Press), soprano Tess Altiveros is equally at home in a wide range of repertoire from the 17th century to the 21st. Her recent portrayal of Female Soldier in Seattle Opera’s The Falling and the Rising was […]

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 […]

Reginald Mobley

Reginald Mobley

Particularly noted for his “crystalline diction and pure, evenly produced tone” (Miami Herald), countertenor Reginald Mobley is highly sought after for baroque, classical and modern repertoire.  Recent highlights include an extensive tour of sixteen concerts around Europe singing Bach’s Matthäus- Passion with the Monteverdi Choir and English Baroque Soloists led by Sir John Eliot Gardiner; […]

Maxine Eilander

Maxine Eilander

Maxine Eilander plays on a range of specialized Baroque and classical harps. She has most recently started working on a project of harp and violin music by little known female composers of the Classical and Romantic with violinist Tekla Cunningham. Born in The Netherlands, Maxine grew up in South Africa, where she earned her Bachelor […]

Henry Lebedinsky

Henry Lebedinsky

Henry Lebedinsky has performed on historical keyboards 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 and Sonoma Bach’s Live Oak Baroque Orchestra. Mr. Lebedinsky is co-director of the San Francisco Bay […]

Danielle Reutter-Harrah

Danielle Sampson

Danielle Sampson has performed with Boston Early Music Festival, Seattle Symphony Orchestra, Seattle Opera, California Bach Society, Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado, and Early Music Vancouver among others. Her most recent live performances included a semi-staged production of Isabella Leonarda works entitled “Eternal Beloved” with Pacific MusicWorks alongside countertenor Reginald L. Mobley, and Bach’s Magnificat […]

Christine Wilkinson Beckman

Christine Wilkinson Beckman

Christine Wilkinson Beckman is a baroque violin specialist living in Olympia, WA.  She enjoys performing throughout her native Northwest with early music ensembles large and small and appears regularly with such groups as the Portland, Seattle, and Pacific Baroque Orchestras, Bach Collegium San Diego, and Pacific MusicWorks.  Christine began her studies on baroque violin with […]