Category: Roster


ARKAI is an award-winning electroacoustic duo, fusing classical virtuosity with the electricity of a rock band, the spontaneity of a jazz combo, and the beauty of a string quartet, that has inspired audiences around the world over hundreds of performances, including at esteemed institutions like Lincoln Center, Chateau Marmont, Carnegie Hall & TED. Graduates of (read more…)

Sage DeAgro-Ruopp

Sage DeAgro-Ruopp, a native of northern Michigan, began her studies with Duane Mahy at the Oberlin Conservatory. Throughout her studies she has sung under the baton of conductors Timothy Weiss, Ari Pelto, and Yannick Nezet-Seguin. Sage has performed in concert as well as masterclasses with renowned musicians such as Mikael Eliasen, Barbara Hannigan, Marilyn Horne, (read more…)

Christopher Goodpasture

Pianist Christopher Goodpasture has a growing reputation as a dynamic and versatile recitalist, chamber musician, and orchestral soloist. Named a Steinway Young Artist in 2022, he is a top prize-winner of competitions across the country including the Washington, Seattle, and Serge and Olga Koussevitzky International Piano Competitions. Christopher regularly performs in concert venues internationally, including (read more…)

Kayla Harriott

Soprano Kayla Harriott is a native of Queens, NY and is currently residing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was awarded 1st Place at the Georgia State Metropolitan Atlanta Music Competition and 1st Place Winner in the Rome Symphony Orchestra Young Artist Concerto Competition. Recent roles include Violetta in La Traviata at the Bayview Festival; Amahl in Amahl and (read more…)

Amer Hasan

Born in Chicago, Palestinian-American clarinetist Amer Hasan enjoys a multifaceted career as an orchestral and chamber musician, and soloist. He has received top awards in the Vandoren Emerging Artist Competition, Yamaha Young Performing Artists Competition, Brevard Music Center Concerto Competition, and the Fischoff and M-Prize Chamber Music Competitions. Amer has performed as a soloist with (read more…)

Alexander Hersh

Winner of the 2022 Pro Musicis International Award, 2020 Salon de Virtuosi Career Grant, and 2019 National Federation of Music Clubs Young Artist Competition, cellist Alexander Hersh recently made his Carnegie Hall recital debut. In addition to being the co-Artistic Director of the Chicago-based NEXUS Chamber Music collective, he has been soloist with the Houston (read more…)

Helen Zhibing Huang

Helen Zhibing Huang’s operatic credits include performances with the Washington National Opera, Kentucky Opera, Washington Concert Opera, Opera Theatre Saint Louis, The Glimmerglass Festival, Nashville Opera, Portland Opera, Deutsche Oper Berlin, and White Snake Projects. In the 2022-2023 season, Helen will make many exciting role and house debuts with the Nashville Opera, Annapolis Opera, North (read more…)

Hilda Huang

Hilda Huang has earned the top prizes at the Leipzig, Würzburg, and Tureck International Bach Competitions. She began her international performing career on the Steinway and Sons Prizewinners Concert Network, making her recital debut at the Leipzig Gewandhaus Mendelssohnsaal, and appearing the Leipzig and Montréal Bach Festivals. Ms. Huang holds degrees from Yale University and (read more…)

Eric Huckins

New York-based horn player, educator, and arranger Eric Huckins has performed with the New York City Ballet, Kanye West, American Ballet Theater, American Symphony Orchestra, as Principal Horn with the Philadelphia Ballet, and in numerous Broadway pit orchestras. A new music enthusiast, Eric has commissioned and premiered over 50 works for solo horn and horn (read more…)

Iwo Jedynecki

Classical accordionist Iwo Jedynecki is the winner of top prizes at over thirty international music competitions, and has performed in his home country of Poland, the United States, Canada, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Germany, Austria, Spain, Croatia, Switzerland, Ukraine, Lithuania, Hungary, and Italy. He regularly collaborates and performs with three different award-winning duos: pianist Aleksander Krzyżanowski, (read more…)