Strings

Violin
Erica Kiesewetter, Concertmaster
Sebu Sirinian, principal second
Claire Jolivet
Elizabeth Lim-Dutton
Patricia Davis
Gabriel Schaff
Katsuko Esaki
Susan Lorentsen
Lisa Tipton
Laura Bald
Kathleen Thomson
Martha Brody
Ann GiIllette
Amy Wright
Robert Zubrycki
Nina Simon
David Steinberg
Lisa Steinberg
Suzanne Gilman

Cello
Joseph Kimura, principal
Eliot Bailen
Sarah Carter
Peter Sanders
Jacqueline Stern
Matthew Goeke
Pamela Greitzner

Bass
Judith Sugarman, principal
Peter Weitzner
Richard Ostrovsky
Louise Koby
Troy Rinker


Harp
Amy Berger, principal


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Woodwinds

Flute
Liz Mann, principal
Kathleen Nester

Clarinet
Jon Manasse, principal
Dean LeBlanc

Brass
Horn
Lawrence DiBello, principal
Louise Crowley
Peter Reit
David Smith

Trombone
Richard Clark, principal
Kenneth Finn
John Rojak, bass trombone
 

Percussion
Timpani
Benjamin Herman, principal

Percussion

Daniel Haskins, principal
Kory Grossman

Viola
Lois Martin, principal
Lois Martin, viola
Ms. Martin is a founding member of the Atlantic String Quartet, which is dedicated to the performance of newly written compositions. This season they released Eleanor Cory’s Second String Quartet. Her continuing commitment to contemporary music includes performances with the Group for Contemporary Music, the ISCM Chamber Players, the Ensemble Sospeso, Ensemble 21, the New York New Music Ensemble, Speculum Musicae, the Composers' Guild, the Da Capo Chamber Players, the Composers Forum and Steve Reich and Musicians. Currently, Ms. Martin is Principal Violist for the Stamford Symphony, OK Mozart Festival and The Little Orchestra Society. She is a member of the Orchestra of St. Luke's, the American Chamber Ensemble, and frequently plays with the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra, the New York City Ballet Orchestra and the American Ballet Theatre Orchestra. Ms. Martin is also on the faculty of the Composers Conference at Wellesley College and has taught at Princeton University. This past season included the premiere performance of Charles Wuorinen’s Viola Variations in New York, at the Library of Congress for his 70th birthday concert and subsequent recording to be released in 2010. To her credit, Ms. Martin has recorded more than sixty chamber music pieces, including a Grammy award winner with Michael Brecker.

Adria Benjamin
Rebecca Osborne
KC Still
Shelley Holland-Moritz
Laura Mount
Leslie Tomkins
Louis Day

 



Oboe
Melanie Feld, principal
William Meredith

Bassoon
Marc Goldberg, principal
Maureen Strenge



Trumpet
Donald Batchelder, principal
John Dent



Tuba
Brian Brown, principal






Keyboards
Emily Wong, principal

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