Praised by the NY Times for an “impressive musicality, a crisp touch and expressive phrasing,” Japanese pianist Rieko Aizawa has performed throughout the U.S., Canada and Europe, including Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall, Boston’s Symphony Hall, Chicago’s Orchestra Hall and Vienna’s Konzerthaus.
Praised by critics for his passionate expression and dazzling technique, pianist Andrew Armstrong has delighted audiences across the world.
Praised for her “deeply reflective playing” (Indianapolis Star) and “infectious exuberance” (New York Times), Korean-born pianist Jeewon Park has garnered the attention of audiences for her dazzling technique and poetic lyricism.
A “wanderer between worlds” (Lucerne Festival), “immensely talented” and “quietly powerful pianist” (New York Times).
Gifted with a rare combination of stunning virtuosity, serene lyricism and an unfaltering musicality, James Ehnes has established himself as one of the foremost violinists of his generation.
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.
Amy Schwartz Moretti
Amy is recognized as a deeply expressive artist and known for her musical career of broad versatility and maintains an active performing schedule of solo, chamber, and concertmaster appearances.
Taiwanese-American violist Che-Yen Chen has established himself as an active performer and is a founding member of the Formosa Quartet.
Cellist Edward Arron has garnered recognition worldwide for his elegant musicianship, impassioned performances, and creative programming. A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Mr. Arron made his New York recital debut in 2000 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Clarinetist Todd Palmer has been involved in an array of creative and diverse artistic presentations throughout his career.
Hailed for his warm, expressive sound and winning way with the audience, baritone Randall Scarlata is firmly established as one of the most highly regarded musical interpreters of his generation.