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The Musicians of Dorian Baroque

Guest Artists 2015-16

Elinor Frey, Piccolo Cello October 17, 2015 Fascinated with the cello’s origins and the creative process of new music, Elinor Frey plays both period and modern instruments. Frey’s honors include a US-Italy Fulbright Fellowship where she studied baroque cello with ...

Marina Fragoulis

Marina Fragoulis has performed in orchestras and ensembles throughout the New York City metro area on nearly every stage, including Carnegie Hall, Riverside Church, and Alice Tully Hall.  She has performed under the baton of noted conductors Kurt Masur, Philippe ...

Magdalena Baczewska

Harpsichordist and pianist Magdalena Baczewska has been praised for her “world‐class playing” (The American Record Guide) and is the recipient of the Outstanding Achievement Award from the Polish Minister of Culture as well as laureate of the award for Outstanding ...

Surai Balbeisi

Surai Balbeisi (viola) is active as a soloist, chamber and orchestral musician; a versatile musician, she performs a variety of genre including classical, rock, hip-hop, jazz, electric, Arabic classical and baroque music. She has appeared in Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully ...

Margalit Cantor

Margalit Cantor (cello) is a graduate of Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, receiving her Bachelor, Performer Diploma and Masters degrees under the tutelage of Janos Starker, Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi and Emilio Colon. She performs as principal cellist with the Dicapo ...

Edmond Chan

Edmond Chan (violin) performs with many early music ensembles including Tempesta di Mare: Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra, The Handel Choir of Baltimore and has performed with Opera Lafayette, The Bach Sinfonia, The Washington Bach Consort, Brandywine Baroque and for the National ...

Alexandra Snyder Dunbar

Alexandra Snyder Dunbar (harpsichord) holds degrees from the Juilliard School, Manhattan School of Music, and Interlochen Arts Academy.  She received full scholarship as a resident in the C.V. Starr Fellows Program as a Doctoral Candidate at Juilliard in the harpsichord ...

Nell Flanders

Violinist Nell Flanders has enjoyed a varied career as a performer and teacher, both in the US and abroad.  An avid and versatile chamber musician, she has performed with ensembles including the University of Chicago Piano Trio, Pocket Opera Players, ...

Liv Heym

Liv Heym, whose chamber music playing has been described as “elegant and sensual, stylishly wild” by the New Yorker, enjoys a versatile career on both the modern violin and the baroque violin and viola.  Recent engagements include the inaugural edition ...

Fung Chern Hwei

Born and raised in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Fung Chern Hwei (violin) absorbed a large amount of musical information since young in his diversed surroundings: Chinese pop and classical music, Indian Bollywood tunes, Malay dance music, and Western classical music. He ...

Carolyn Jeselsohn

Known for her musicality and expressive tone, cellist Carolyn Jeselsohn has performed throughout the world as a soloist, chamber artist and orchestral musician. She received her training at the Cleveland Institute of Music, studying with Merry Peckham and Allan Harris ...

Francis Liu

With an inclination for eclectic projects, violinist Francis Liu plays music ranging from early Baroque to the latest contemporary pieces. He has most recently been on tour with the Baroque ensemble Musica Angelica and the actor John Malkovich, performing the ...

Danny Mallon

Danny Mallon (percussion) holds Bachelor and Master of Music degrees in classical orchestral percussion from the Mannes College of Music in NYC, where he has been a faculty member since 1991. He has been chosen three years in a row ...

Antonia Nelson

Antonia Nelson (violin) performs regularly with The Atlanta Baroque Orchestra, Musica Sequenza, Norwalk Symphony Orchestra, Morningside Opera, Monmouth Civic Chorus & Blue Hill Troupe.  She has recorded for Broadway composers and she can be heard in TV ads as well ...

Jessica Park

New York based violinist Jessica Park has been recognized as an “exceptional talent” (Frankfurter Neue Presse) and hailed as a “sweet-toned soloist” (Cincinnati Enquirer). Miss Park made her debut as the youngest soloist to appear with the Cincinnati Orchestra at ...

Sang Joon Park

Flutist Sang Joon Park was the recipient of the prestigious 2005 Samuel Baron Prize awarded at SUNY Stony Brook University where he earned his Doctor of Musical Arts Degree under Carol Wincenc. He studied with distinguished flutists such as Wilbert ...

Kevin Payne

Lutenist Kevin Payne is active as a recitalist, accompanist, and continuo player in the New York area. Kevin is a member of Juilliard 415, the Buxtehude Consort, and the Peabody Consort, with whom he recently completed a tour of Taiwan. ...

Edmundo Ramirez

Edmundo Ramirez (viola & viola d’amore) performs in major concert halls around the world including the Alice Tully Hall, Bellas Artes in México, the Konzerthaus in Vienna and Berlin, Carnegie Hall, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. As a chamber musician and soloist, his ...

Anneke Schaul-Yoder

Anneke Schaul-Yoder (cello) studied at Yale University, the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Music, and the Mannes College of Music with Marcy Rosen and Julia Lichten. Anneke is the solo/continuo cellist for a number of early music groups, including SIREN Baroque, ...

Claire Smith

Claire Smith (violin) received her MM in violin performance at The Boston Conservatory.  Her teachers have included  David Kim, Lynn Chang, Roy Lewis, Anna J. Choi,    Magdalena Richter and Ronan Lefkowitz. Currently she does baroque studies with Judson Griffin and ...
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