Category: Roster

Beomjae Kim

Beomjae Kim [pronunciation: buhm-jae] has appeared at the Seoul Arts Center, Lincoln Center, SubCulture, National Sawdust, (Le) Poisson Rouge, Trinity Wall Street, the Guggenheim Museum, the Kimmel Center for Performing Arts, and Carnegie’s Zankel, Weill, and Stern halls. He was a fellow of Ensemble Connect (formerly Ensemble ACJW), a program of Carnegie Hall, The Juilliard (read more…)

Byeol Kim

Byeol Kim has appeared as soloist in Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall, Italy’s Teatro Civico, Place Flagey in Brussels, Spain’s Petit Palau, and South Korea’s Mozart Hall. She made her U.S. debut in Amy Beach’s Piano Concerto with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, and has also been soloist with the Cleveland Orchestra, Dallas Chamber Symphony, Rapides (read more…)

Mitchell Kuhn

Principal oboist of The Florida Orchestra in the 2019-2020 season, Mitchell Kuhn has been concerto soloist with the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, and made his debut with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Recently, he was a part of both the “Music For Life” and “Beethoven for the Rohingya: A Concert For The Rohingya Refugees” concerts at Carnegie (read more…)

Brittany Lasch

Winner of an S&R Washington Foundation Award and Second Place winner of The American Prize, Brittany Lasch is principal trombone of Michigan Opera Theatre. She has appeared at the International Women’s Brass Conference and the Midwest Trombone, Tuba, and Euphonium Conference. She has been concerto soloist with the Bucks County Symphony Orchestra and has performed (read more…)

Zhenni Li-Cohen

Zhenni Li-Cohen’s passionate performances and riveting presence have brought audiences to their feet around the world. Ms. Li-Cohen has performed in such notable venues as Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, WQXR’s Greene Space in New York, Philadelphia’s Kimmel Performing Arts Center, the Helsinki Music Centre (read more…)

Thomas Mesa

Thomas Mesa, Cuban-American cellist, has established himself as one of the most charismatic, innovative, and engaging performers of his generation. As the winner of First Prize in the 2016 Sphinx Competition and 2017 Astral National Auditions, he has also appeared as a soloist with major orchestras including the Los Angeles Philharmonic, The Cleveland Orchestra, and (read more…)

Alexandra Nowakowski

Praised by Opera News for her “impassioned singing”, coloratura soprano Alexandra Nowakowski recently won 1st Prize at the Opera Columbus Cooper-Bing Competition and captured First Prize the Marcella Sembrich International Voice Competition with the Kosciuszko Foundation. A recent graduate of the Cafritz Young Artist Program at the Washington National Opera, last season, Ms. Nowakowski sang Nannetta in scenes from Falstaff with the WNO Orchestra under Joseph Colaneri and debuted with the Columbus (read more…)

Rachel O’Brien

First Prize winner of the 2019 Ima Hogg Competition, Rachel O’Brien (formerly Rachel Lee Hall) also won the 2013 Lyon & Healy Award and has received prizes from the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra’s Anne Jett Rogers Award, Saratoga Harp Colony “Play with the Pros” Competition, Roanoke Youth Symphony Orchestra Young Artist’s Awards, and the James Bland (read more…)

Julian Rhee

Julian Rhee made his Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra debut at age 8, and has gone on to be featured with many orchestras including the Aspen Philharmonic, San Jose Chamber Orchestra, Avanti Symphony Orchestra, San Diego Symphony, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Eugene Symphony, and Madison Symphony Orchestra. First prize winner of the Elmar Oliveira International Competition, where he (read more…)

Ronaldo Rolim

Ronaldo Rolim recently toured the U.S., Europe, and Brazil performing Enrique Granados’ complete Goyescas. He has appeared as soloist with the Symphony Orchestra of the St. Petersburg State Academic Capella, Brazil’s Minas Gerais Philharmonic, Ukraine’s Lviv Philharmonic Orchestra, Tonhalle Orchester Zürich, Musikkollegium Winterthur, Concerto Budapest, Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, Phoenix Symphony, and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic (read more…)