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  Lisa Shihoten, winner of the Grand Prize at the Marcia Polayes National Violin Competition and the Nakamichi Concerto Competition, Lisa made her debut in 1995 performing Bruch’s Scottish Fantasy with the Juilliard Orchestra under Kurt Masur. As a recitalist and chamber musician, she has appeared at the Aspen, Verbier, and Ravinia festivals, and at Caramoor’s “Rising Stars” series. Lisa Shihoten, violin
  Rebecca Anderson from Portland, Oregon, won first prize at the 2013 American String Teachers competition. Other awards include the 2008 National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts youngARTS Gold Award, which led to being named a Presidential Scholar in both the Arts and Academics, and the bronze medal and Bach Award at the 2008 Stulberg competition. She recently made solo performances with the Philadelphia Orchestra, and contemporary music premieres with A Far Cry and members of the eighth blackbird. She is also a passionate chamber musician, and a fellow with Ensemble ACJW for 2016-2018. ~ www.rebeccaandersonviolin.com Rebecca Anderson, violin
  Yoo Jin Jang, praised for her “fiery virtuosity” and sensitive interpretation, is winner of numerous prizes and awards, including first prize at the 2013 Munetsugu competition, for which she received the 1697 “Rainville” Stradivari on loan for 2 years and second prize at the 2009 Michael Hill competition. Performing since the age of nine, Yoo Jin has appeared as soloist in her native Korea with the top Korean orchestras— KBS Symphony and Seoul Philharmonic; with Ivan Fischer and the Budapest Festival Orchestra; the Erato Ensemble with Sholomo Mintz, Exremadura Orchestra led by Jesus Amigo at the Teatro de la Maestranza in Seville; and the Kioi Sinfonietta Tokyo in the Hoam Art Center New Year’s Concert, among others. As a chamber musician, she has performed as guest artist with the Borromeo String Quartet in Jordan Hall and participated at Caramoor, Ravinia on Tour, and Marlboro with such artists as Menahem Pressler and Peter Wiley. Her first CD release—“Korean Young Musicians”— is under the KBS (Korean Broadcast System) label. ~ www.yoojinjang.info Photo by Bonsook Koo Yoo Jin Jang, violin
  Siwoo Kim, a recipient of the 2012 King Award for Young Artists and top prizewinner in the Corpus Christi, California, Chengdu, Crescendo, Hellam, Ima Hogg, Juilliard, Schadt, Sejong, and WAMSO competitions, has been described as “incisive” and “compelling” by the New York Times. He made his New York concerto debut at Carnegie Hall with conductor James DePreist and the Juilliard Orchestra, followed by his Disney Hall concerto debut and many performances with orchestras. Siwoo gave the world premiere of Samuel Adler’s first violin concerto and will be recording the work in Berlin next season. He is also founder of Quartet Senza Misura, praised for its “whip-smart performances” by the New Yorker, and the founding artistic director of VIVO Music Festival in his hometown of Columbus, Ohio. And he has performed chamber music with members of the Guarneri, Juilliard, and Takacs String Quartets, and with Itzhak Perlman, Joyce DiDonato, Kim Kashkashian, among others. Siwoo Kim, violin
  Mari Lee has been praised by Zürichsee Zeitung as “an outstanding musician…with an artful, expressive power.” She has performed extensively throughout the UK, Europe, and the U.S. in such venues as the South Bank Centre, Wigmore Hall, and Jordan Hall; and has appeared as a soloist with the London Mozart Players and Baden-Baden Philharmonic under the baton of Pavel Baleff. An avid chamber musician, Mari has also participated at Le Festival de Radio France Montpellier, Menuhin Festival Gstaad, Krzyzowa in Silesia, Ravinia, and Marlboro. Artists with whom she has collaborated include Kim Kashkashian, Denés Varjon, Nobuko Imai, Bruno Canino, and members of the Cleveland, Guarneri, and Juilliard String Quartets. She is also a fellow of Ensemble Connect. Born in Japan, Mari entered the Yehudi Menuhin School at the age of 11. She plays on 1764 Carlo Ferdinando Landolfi kindly provided by Florian Leonhard Fine Violins. ~ www.marilee.com Mari Lee, violin
  Adelya Nartadjieva, praised as “outstanding enough to grace the stages of the world’s great orchestras” by the Singapore Straits Times, has performed extensively throughout Asia, Europe, Russia, and the U.S. A dedicated chamber musician, she has participated at festivals such as Yellow Barn, the Heifetz Music Institute, Lausanne, and Moscow Meets Friends; and has collaborated with Gil Shaham, Timothy Eddy, Hsin-Yun Huang, and members of the Emerson and Juilliard string quartets. A native of Tashkent, Uzbekistan, Adelya began her violin studies at the age of six and performed as a soloist with orchestra nine months later. She is currently a member of Sejong Soloists, a fellow with Ensemble Connect (formerly ACJW) for 2016-2018, and co-concertmaster of Symphony in C this season. ~ www.adelyanartadjieva.com Adelya Nartadjieva, violin
  Xiao Wang won First Prize at the 2012 Szigeti, 2016 William Byrd, and 2016 New York Concert Artist competitions; he is also a laureate of the 2015 Queen Elisabeth and 2015 Seoul competitions, and first prize winner of the Heida Hermanns, Waldo Mayo, and Eisenberg-Fried Concerto competitions. Xiao has performed as soloist with the National Orchestra of Belgium, the Gewandhaus Academisches Orchester, and with the Kodaly Philharmonic on tour in Hungary, among others. As a passionate chamber musician, he has collaborated with Phillip Entremont and the American String Quartet, as well as members of the Mendelssohn String Quartet and New York Philharmonic. Xiao began playing the violin in China at age 5. He is currently on the faculty of Manhattan School of Music’s precollege division. He plays the ex-Sándor Végh Guarneri Del Gesù generously loaned by Florian Leonhard Fine Violins. Xiao Wang, violin
  Maurycy Banaszek, from Warsaw, Poland, joined the Concert Artist Faculty at Kean University in 2011. His festival appearances include Marlboro, Kronberg, Seattle, Santa Fe, Aldeburgh, and Moritzburg, among others. Founding member of the conductorless chamber orchestra, ECCO, he has also toured with the Musicians from Marlboro, performed with the Guarneri String Quartet, and frequently appeared at Bargemusic in New York. He was recently featured as a soloist with the National Symphony Orchestra of Mexico. As violist of the Elsner String Quartet he was invited by members of the Amadeus String Quartet to perform at their 50th Anniversary Gala Concert in London’s Wigmore Hall. Maurycy is a graduate of the Manhattan School of Music, where he studied with Michael Tree. Maurycy Banaszek, viola
  Ayane Kozasa is winner of the 2011 Primrose, 2012 Astral, and Irving Klein competitions. An avid chamber musician, she has participated in several festivals including Marlboro, Angel Fire, Ravinia, Aspen, Mimir, Norfolk, and West Cork in Ireland. Ayana has also toured in the U.S. with pianist Ignat Solzhenitsyn as part of “Curtis on Tour” and is a member of “Steans on Tour” as well. She has been featured in The Strad and Strings, and her performances have been broadcast on “Live from the Mayne Stage” for WFMT in Chicago, and on Philadelphia’s WHYY. ~ www.ayanekozasa.com  Photo by Andy Cook Ayane Kozasa, viola
  Sung Jin Lee, from South Korea, is a recipient of several awards, including a Special Prize at the 2013 Lionel Tertis Viola Competition, and First Prizes at the 2009 Just Viola Festival and 2006 Seoul Youth Chamber Music competitions. She has since appeared as soloist with many orchestras, including the Baden-Baden Philharmonic, Korean Symphony, and Academie Ensemble. She was Principal Violist of the Curtis Symphony, and is a substitute violist in the Philadelphia Orchestra and Symphony in C. Sung Jin has also performed many solo recitals in Korea and participated at Music at Menlo, Angel Fire, Chamber Music Connects the World (Kronberg, Germany), Heifetz Institute, Carl Flesch Academy (Baden-Baden, Germany), and Great Mountains Festival. The artists she has collaborated with include Gidon Kremer, Steven Isserlis, Christian Tetzlaff, Mate Bekavac, Peter Wiley, Ida and Ani Kavafian, Philip Setzer, and Keith Robinson. Sung Jin Lee, viola
  Milena Pajaro-van de Stadt has been praised by Strad Magazine as having “lyricism that stood out...a silky tone and beautiful, supple lines.” Among her winnings are First Prize and every special award at the 2013 Banff String Quartet Competition, the Gold Medal and Grand Prize in the 2010 Fischoff Competition, First Prize at the Lionel Tertis Viola Competition and top prizes at the Tokyo and Sphinx competitions. She has appeared as soloist with the Tokyo Philharmonic, Jacksonville Symphony and Sphinx Chamber Orchestra, and performed in recitals and chamber music concerts throughout the U.S., Latin America and Europe, including an acclaimed 2011 debut recital at London’s Wigmore Hall. Her festival participation includes Marlboro, Bowdoin, Bravo and Italy’s Emilia Romagna Festival. Milena is also the founding violist of the Dover String Quartet, the resident quartet at Northwestern University. Milena Pajaro-van de Stadt, viola
  Vicki Powell has been called “a star“ with “a voluptuous tone” by the Philadelphia Inquirer, and praised by the New York Times for her “probing introspection.” She is winner of a Gold Award from the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts, and top prizes at the Primrose, Greenfield, Johansen, and Aspen Low Strings competitions. Vicki has appeared as soloist with the Philadelphia Orchestra and Milwaukee Symphony, among others. An avid chamber musician, she is a member of the Vuilliani String Quartet, and has been invited on tours with Ravinia, Marlboro, and Curtis. ~ www.vickipowellviola.com Vicki Powell, viola
  Cong Wu recently won Third Prize and Best Performance in the 2014 Primrose Viola Competition. He performs in North America and Europe, and has collaborated with musicians such as Shmuel Ashkenasi, Christoph Eschenbach, Itzhak Perlman and the American String Quartet. He was Principal Violist of the Juilliard Orchestra and the Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra in Germany, under the batons of Christoph von Dohnányi, Christoph Eschenbach, and James Levine. His festival participation includes Music@Menlo, Perlman Music Program and Schleswig-Holstein. Born in Jinan, China, Cong had his first violin lesson at the age of four and began his viola studies in 2004. Cong Wu, viola
  Ani Aznavoorian is one of the premier cellists of her generation. Among her winnings are prizes from the Julius Stulberg, Paolo (Finland) and Bunkamura competitions, and she was also named a Presidential Scholar of the Arts. In 2001 she substituted (to critical acclaim) for Natalia Gutman on 12 hours notice in 3 performances of the first Shostakovich Cello Concerto. Her playing is indeed “breathtakingly lovely” Naples Daily News. Ani is a member of the Corinthian Trio, and she plays a cello made by her father Peter Aznavoorian. Chicago is her hometown. ~ www.aniaznavoorian.com Ani Aznavoorian, cello
  Gabriel Cabezas has been portrayed by the Oregonian as “an intense player who connects to the music naturally, without artifice, and brings a singing line to the cello” and his debut performance with the Cleveland Orchestra was described by the Plain Dealer as a “remarkably poised and elegant account, with superb attention to phrasing, nuance and tonal coloration.” He has appeared as soloist with the New York and Los Angeles Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, Philadelphia and Cleveland Orchestras, the National Symphony of Costa Rica, and the Pittsburgh and New World Symphonies. A passion for chamber music has taken him to Marlboro, Music@Menlo, Angel Fire, the Seattle and Aspen Festivals, Bargemusic, among others. His television appearances include performances with Yo-Yo Ma on “The Tavis Smiley Show” and “Good Morning America,” and with Béla Fleck in “From The Top—Carnegie Hall.” ~ www.gabrielcabezas.com abriel Cabezas, cello
  Nicholas Finch made his debut with the Boston Symphony at age 18, and has since established himself as an artist of great depth and diversity, performing a wide variety of repertoire both within and beyond the classical genre. He has collaborated with artists such as Yo-Yo Ma and his Silk Road Ensemble, Sarah Chang, Keith Lockhart, and composers Osvaldo Golijov and Bright Sheng. He has played with the Boston-based chamber orchestra “A Far Cry” and appears on two of their recent CDs, one of which was nominated for a 2015 Grammy Award. Nicholas is currently Principal Cellist of the Louisville Orchestra. ~ nicholasfinch.com Nicholas Finch, cello
  Zlatomir Fung, of Bulgarian and Chinese parentage, won first prize in the 2016 Enescu and 2015 Johansen competition and gold medals in the 2014 Stulberg and Irving Klein Competitions, as well as a silver medal in the cello division of the 2012 Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians in Montreux-Vevey, Switzerland, among others. He has soloed with Symphony Pro Musica, the New England Philharmonic, Cambridge Symphony, Boston Civic Symphony and Lausanne Sinfonietta, and has been featured on National Public Radio’s From The Top in 2013. An avid chamber musician, he has performed with the Walden Chamber Players and the Arneis Quartet. Now 17 years of age, Zlatomir plays chess competitively, composes, and reads philosophy and literature in his spare time. ~ www.zlatomirfungcello.com Zlatomir Fung, cello
  Christine Lamprea, noted for her “supreme panache” by the Boston Musical Intelligencer, is First Prize winner of the 2013 Sphinx and Schadt competitions, winner of the 2013 Astral Artists’ Auditions and recipient of an award from the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts. As soloist, she has appeared with the Houston and New Jersey Symphonies, among others. An avid chamber musician, she has performed in the U.S., Canada, and Europe, and has participated at the Kneisel Hall, Banff Centre and Yellow Barn festivals. Christine has also played with members of the Baroque group Les Arts Florissants, studied sonatas on fortepiano with Audrey Axinn, premiered several new pieces, and worked with jazz musician Anthony Coleman on John Zorn’s game piece Cobra for musical improvisers and prompter. ~ www.christinelamprea.com Photo by Kate L Photography Christine Lamprea, cello
  Mihai Marica, winner of the Irving Klein, Vina del Mar, and Salon de Virtuosi competitions, made his debut recitals at Weill and Zankel Halls with Tchaikovsky’s Rococo Variations. He has performed as soloist with orchestras, in recitals, and at festivals; and is a member of the award-winning Amphion String Quartet. He began his cello studies at the age of seven at the Music High School in Cluj, Romania. Upon winning the Klein competition, its director Mitchell Sardou Klein exclaimed, “We just witnessed a future superstar. Mihai is a brilliant cellist and interpreter of music. His playing is spellbinding.” Mihai Marica, cello
  Karen Ouzounian, whose playing has been described as “radiant” and “expressive” by the New York Times and “nothing less than gorgeous” by the Memphis Commercial Appeal, approaches music making with a deeply communicative and passionate spirit. She is a founding member of the Aizuri Quartet, currently the resident quartet at Curtis, Caramoor, and the Barnes Foundation. Her commitment to adventurous repertoire and the collaborative process has led to her membership in A Far Cry and the new music collective, counter)induction. She has also played with such groups as the Knights and Trio Cavatina, and performed as guest principal of the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia. Highlights of Karen’s recent seasons include performances of the Elgar Concerto in Chile with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Santiago, a tour in Japan with Orpheus, and a performance with the Silk Road Ensemble at the TED Conference in Vancouver. Born to Armenian parents in Toronto, Karen was a prizewinner at the 2012 Canada Council for the Arts competition. ~ www.karenouzounian.com Karen Ouzounian, cello
  Timotheos Petrin, a Russian-Greek native of Thessaloniki, Greece, is winner of the 2015 Astral Artists Auditions. He has performed as soloist, chamber, and orchestral musician throughout Europe, Asia, and North America. In 2016 he made his debut performance with the Kansas City Symphony Orchestra, Robert Spano conducting. He has also performed with the Athens and Thessaloniki state orchestras, among others. In 2014 he appeared in Asia and Europe with Curtis on Tour; and has been heard regularly on WHYY and ERT TV. Timotheos is currently at Curtis, studying with Carter Brey and Peter Wiley. Timotheos Petrin, cello
  David Requiro, First Prize winner of both the 2006 Irving Klein and Washington string competitions, is emerging as one of America’s most promising young cellists. His accomplishments include a premičre performance of Tan Dun’s Elegy: Snow in June for cello and percussion at the Aspen Music Festival and the completion of the first half of the cycle of Beethoven’s works for cello and piano at the Phillips Collection, with future cycles scheduled. A native of Oakland, California, David is cellist of the Baumer String Quartet. ~ www.davidrequiro.com David Requiro, cello
  Xavier Foley, from Marietta, Georgia, won First Prize at the 2016 Young Concert Artists Auditions and 2014 Sphinx Competition, which led to performances as soloist with the Sphinx Symphony, Atlanta Symphony, Nashville Symphony, and Brevard Concert Orchestra; his Carnegie Hall solo debut with the Sphinx Virtuosi; and a tour with the group as a featured soloist in cities on the East and West coasts. Xavier was also the First Prize winner of the 2009 (Junior Division) and 2011 (Senior Division) Bassists Society competition and Astral’s 2014 National Auditions, among others. He has performed at Carnegie Hall as principal bassist of the New York String Seminar Orchestra, and appeared on NPR’s “From the Top.” Xavier is a composer as well, and was recently commissioned by Astral Artists to write a string trio, which received a stellar review from the Philadelphia Inquirer. His is currently writing a concerto for double bass and orchestra. Xavier’s bass was made by Rumano Solano. ~ www.xavierfoley.com Xavier Foley, Double Bass
  Jordan Dodson is “One of the top young guitarists of his generation” (Performance Today). In the Fall of 2011, he was one of two guitarists selected to inaugurate a new program in classical guitar at Philadelphia’s Curtis Institute of Music. Jordan has received prizes in numerous competitions, including the 2013 Astral Artists National Auditions, 2011 Lillian Fuchs Chamber Music Competition, 2010 Indiana International Guitar Competition, and 2008 American String Teachers Association Competition. In 2013, he was a Young Artist in Residence on American Public Media’s Performance Today. An advocate for contemporary music, Jordan has commissioned and premiered dozens of pieces internationally. ~ www.jordandodson.net Jordan Dodson, guitar
  Barry Crawford was principal flute of the Jupiter Symphony. The Southampton Press has called his playing “superb,” admiring “his tone, his phrasing and breath control, and the joy-giving communicative quality of his playing.” He has performed in Spoleto and with Mostly Mozart, in Tunisia and Poland, and with pianist Peter Serkin on U.S. tours. Barry Crawford, flute
  Beomjae Kim has been featured in festivals such as the Alba (in Italy), Dani Muzike (in Montenegro), A Classical Christmas in Bali, Bowdoin and Gamper (in Maine), and the New York String Orchestra Seminar. He was a fellow of ACJW in 2014-16; and has also appeared in various concerts at Zankel and Weill halls; Paul Hall at Juilliard, SubCulture, National Sawdust, Zankel Center at Skidmore College, and Trinity Wall Street. A recipient of scholarships, Beomjae is a graduate of Oberlin and Manhattan School of Music, and is currently an Artist Diploma candidate at MSM. Beomjae Kim, flute
  Hassan Anderson, from Jacksonville, Florida, is an avid chamber musician. He currently serves as Oboist with the innovative New York-based Shuffle Concert Ensemble; freelances in New York, often performing as Principal Oboe with several ensembles; and was an oboe fellow at Marlboro for three summers on full scholarship. Dedicated to music education and pedagogy, Hassan is in his third year as a Teaching Artist with Jazz House Kids. He is also an Adjunct Professor at the City University of New Jersey, and was recently appointed to the Teaching Artist faculty of Carnegie Hall. Hassan Anderson, oboe
  Rita Mitsel has performed as soloist with the Mannes Orchestra, and as a chamber musician with the Orion String Quartet and at Bargemusic, among others. She earned her doctorate at Juilliard and is currently principal oboe of Symphony in C. She has also performed as a substitute in several orchestras, including the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Chicago Symphony, Orchestra of St. Luke’s, Brooklyn Philharmonic, Riverside Symphony, and in the Broadway production of The Phantom of the Opera. Rita Mitsel, oboe
  Stanislav Chernyshev, born in St. Petersburg and widely-known in Russia, is rapidly capturing audiences by his extraordinary musicianship, charisma and flawless technique. He is winner of Ukraine’s International Competition of Wind Instruments, the Rimsky-Korsakov (Russia), LISMA Foundation and Mary Smart Concerto competitions (US). As soloist, Stanislav performs as soloist in the US, Russia and Europe, and is also a regular participant of the St Petersburg House of Music projects, Mariinsky Clarinet Club (Russia) and Curtis on Tour. Stanislav is currently a member of ensemble ACJW and principal clarinet of Symphony in C. ~ www.stanislavchernyshev.com Stanislav Chernyshev, clarinet
  Vadim Lando, who was born in Kiev, was principal clarinet of the Jupiter Symphony. A winner of top prizes in the CMC Canada, Yale, and Stony Brook competitions, he has been praised by The New York Times for his “consistently distinguished” and “vibrant, precise virtuosic playing.” His concerts have been broadcast on NPR. Vadim runs his own music school, the Great Neck Music Conservatory ~ www.greatneckmusicconservatory.com Vadim Lando, clarinet
  Gina Cuffari is a founding member of the prize-winning Scarborough Trio, which gave its New York debut at Carnegie’s Weill Hall in 2003. She performs frequently with orchestras such as Orpheus and the Opera Orchestra of New York, plays with the contemporary ensemble Alarm Will Sound, and performs live music to silent films with the BQE Project at Lincoln Center. She is also on the faculty at NYU and Western Connecticut University ~ www.scarboroughtrio.com Gina Cuffari, bassoon
  Sarah Tako is currently studying bassoon performance at Curtis with Daniel Matsukawa. She began her musical studies on piano with Inese Krievans from the age of four until she graduated high school. She also studied oboe for nearly five years with Stacy Kern, but hearing her play the bassoon at the end of a lesson, Sarah fell in love with the rich, lyrical sound of the bassoon, which soon became her primary instrument. Sarah has performed solo works with the Minneapolis Pops Orchestra and Edmonton Symphony, and has also performed on Minnesota Public Radio. She is now principal bassoon of Symphony in C, and has substituted in concert with the Philadelphia Orchestra. Sarah Tako, bassoon
  Oleksiy Zakharov, a native of Ukraine, is an active freelance musician in New York City. He has been acting Associate Principal Bassoon of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and from 2009 to 2015 was Second Bassoon of Indianapolis Symphony. In 2013 he was also Principal Bassoon of the Beethoven Festival Orchestra, and has also been guest principal bassoonist with the Columbus ProMusica Chamber Orchestra, Albany Symphony, and Richmond Symphony, among others. His festival participation includes Verbier, Schleswig-Holstein, and the Music Academy of the West. Oleksiy Zakharov, bassoon
  Karl Kramer, from Norway, was principal horn of the Jupiter Symphony. His winnings include top prizes from the American Horn and Nordic Horn competitions. He is a member of the Dorian Quintet, a founding member of Concerts in the Heights, and a faculty member at Rowan University in New Jersey. He also performs as artist-member and guest artist at festivals. ~ www.karlkramerjohansen.com Karl Kramer, horn
  Audrey Flores, a native of Texas, studied with Philip Myers at Mannes and graduated from Juilliard, where she was a student of the late Jerome Ashby. Audrey has played in such orchestras as the New World Symphony, Orpheus, and Jerusalem Symphony, and was Principal Horn of Symphony in C and the Allentown Symphony. As a chamber musician she has played with the OMNI Ensemble, and the Sunriver, Vermont, and Bravo! summer festivals. Audrey is also a Teaching Artist for Midori and Friends and arranges music for the Patriot Brass Ensemble. ~ www.audreyfloreshorn.com Photo by Aleksandr Karjaka Audrey Flores, horn
  Trumpeter Paul Futer has received critical acclaim for his performances with the Yale Philharmonia at Carnegie Hall under the baton of William Christie, and is Principal Trumpet of Symphony in C. He has recorded and performed with members of the Philadelphia Orchestra, American Brass Quintet, Philadelphia Orchestra Brass Quintet, Vince DiMartino, and Yale Brass Trio, and has frequently been presented on WRTI radio. This year, he released a new solo album, Running at the Top of the World, for trumpet and piano under the MSR Classics record label. The album features new works by living composers that have never been recorded before. Paul received his doctorate from Temple University. ~ www.paulfuter.com Paul Futer, trumpet

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