February 3 & 4, 2024

The great young American trumpeter, Caleb Hudson, who happens to be a childhood friend of Artistic Director, Tessa Lark, was featured in works for a rarely heard ensemble of instruments, played by equally astounding artists: cellist Michael Nicolas of Brooklyn Rider; flutist and vocalist Emi Ferguson; and clarinetist Gabriel Campos Zamora.


Caleb Hudson, Trumpet/Piccolo Trumpet

Emi Ferguson, Flute

Gabriel Campos Zamora, Clarinet/Bass Clarinet

Michael Nicolas, Cello

Tessa Lark, Violin




Original Compositions

Corelli (arr. Hudson), Sonata No. 8 Op. 5

Caleb Hudson, Nothing Less

Kyle Athayde, Sylvan

Remy Le Boeuf, Vignette Nos. 20 & 21

Performing Musicians

Caleb Hudson

Trumpet/Piccolo Trumpet

“Brilliantly stylish…” (New York Times).  “Caleb Hudson, remember that name, a great young American trumpeter.” (Fred Child, NPR Performance Today)

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Emi Ferguson


Hailed by critics for her “tonal bloom” and “hauntingly beautiful performances,” composer Emi Ferguson stretches the boundaries of what is expected of modern-day musicians.

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Gabriel Campos Zamora

Clarinet/Bass Clarinet

Gabriel Campos Zamora, a native of San José, Costa Rica was appointed principal clarinet of the Minnesota Orchestra in June 2016.

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Michael Nicolas


A “long-admired figure on the New York scene” (New Yorker), cellist Michael Nicolas enjoys a diverse career as chamber musician, soloist, recording artist, and improvisor.

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Tessa Lark


Tessa Lark is one of the most captivating artistic voices of her time.  A budding superstar in the classical realm, she is also a highly acclaimed fiddler in the tradition of her native Kentucky.

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