Cecilia Duarte

Cecilia Duarte A soloist in the Grammy Winner album Duruflé: The Complete Choral Works, Cecilia has been praised by The New York Times as “A creamy voiced mezzo-soprano.”   Born in Chihuahua, Mexico, Cecilia is a versatile singer that has performed around the world singing a variety of music styles, especially early and contemporary music. […]

Jonathan Woody

Jonathan Woody is a versatile and dynamic musician who maintains an active schedule as a performer and composer in New York and across North America.Cited by the Washington Post for singing “with resonance and clarity,” Woody is in demand as a bass-baritone soloist, appearing regularly with historically informed orchestras including Boston Early Music Festival, Apollo’s […]

Brandon Vance

Brandon Vance Internationally acclaimed Scottish fiddler and violinist, Brandon Vance, is the recipient of Scotland’s 2017 Royal National Mòd “Sutherland Cup” in Scottish Fiddle, Charleston, South Carolina’s 2021 “Dan Rory MacDonald Memorial Prize in Fiddling” sponsored by the Clan Donald Lands Trust, as well as being the youngest to win the U.S. National Open Scottish […]

Adam Lamotte

Adam LaMotte is well known to audiences throughout the country as a leader of both period and modern ensembles. He has appeared as soloist, concertmaster, and conductor of numerous orchestras, including the Northwest Sinfonietta in Seattle, String Orchestra of the Rockies, Astoria Festival Orchestra, Portland Baroque Orchestra, and the Maggini String Orchestra in Houston. His […]

Colin Balzer

With assured musicality and the varied tonal palette of a lieder specialist, Canadian lyric tenor Colin Balzer received his musical training at the University of British Columbia and at the Hochschule für Musik Nürnberg/Augsburg. He was a prizewinner in competitions in Holland, Germany, and England and earned the Gold Medal at the Robert Schumann Competition […]

Jason McStoots

Reviewers describe Jason McStoots as having an “alluring tenor voice” (ArtsFuse) and as “the consummate artist, wielding not just a sweet tone but also incredible technique and impeccable pronunciation.” (Cleveland Plain Dealer) A respected interpreter of early music, his appearances include Le Jeu in Charpentier’s Les plaisirs de Versailles (BEMF), King Belshazzar in The Play […]

Aaron Sheehan

Aaron Sheehan regularly performs in the United States, South America, and Europe. Known especially for his singing of the French Baroque, he also enjoys a reputation as a first rate interpreter of the works of Bach, Handel and Mozart and sang the title role in Boston Early Music Festival’s Grammy Award winning recording of Charpentier’s […]

Michele Kennedy

SOPRANO MICHELE KENNEDY is a versatile specialist in early classical and new music. Praised by The Washington Post as “a fine young soprano with a lovely voice” possessing “a graceful tonal clarity that is a wonder to hear” (SF Chronicle), Michele’s recent venues include Carnegie Hall, Davies Symphony Hall, Bard Summerscape, Getty Museum, Lincoln Center, […]

Maya Kherani

Indian American soprano MAYA KHERANI has been lauded for her vibrant voice and exciting characterizations in repertoire from the Baroque to the modern. Upcoming projects include a debut at the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence and Versailles as DRUSILLA/FORTUNA L’incoronazione di Poppea with Mo. Alarcon, a world premiere project as PIPER Pay the Piper Glyndebourne, MUKHTAR Sankaram’s Thumbprint […]

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