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

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

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

Amy Berger, principal















Liz Mann, principal
Kathleen Nester

Jon Manasse, principal
Dean LeBlanc

Lawrence DiBello, principal
Louise Crowley
Peter Reit
David Smith

Richard Clark, principal
Kenneth Finn
John Rojak, bass trombone

Benjamin Herman, principal


Daniel Haskins, principal
Kory Grossman

Lois Martin, principal
Adria Benjamin
Rebecca Osborne
KC Still

KC Still divides her time between performing and teaching. She attended CSULB as a violin performance major before graduating from Manhattan School of Music as a viola performance major, studying with Arianna Bronne and Raphael Bronstein. As a scholarship and fellowship recipient, KC attended numerous master classes with notable viola teachers including Donald McInnes, Karen Tuttle, Walter Trampler and Gerald Stannick. Until January 2008, KC was active as a freelance orchestral and chamber music performer appearing in Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center’s Metropolitan Opera House, Avery Fisher Hall, Alice Tully Hall and the State Theater, and the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. Among the groups with which she has performed are the Orchestra of St. Luke’s, New York Chamber Soloists, American Symphony Orchestra, Greenwich, New Haven and Stamford Symphony Orchestras in CT, the ballet orchestras for the Matsuyama, Australian, Royal and Kirov Ballet Companies, and the pit orchestras for various Broadway shows. In the mid/late ‘90s KC toured Japan with both The New York Pops and the New York Symphonic Ensemble. In the spring of 1998 she performed in two concerts with the American Symphony Orchestra in Sao Paulo, Brazil. KC was a member of the orchestra of the Sarasota Opera Association during the 2000 and 2001 seasons. Now residing in the Bay Area of CA, KC is a Traditional and Suzuki Violin and Viola teacher at Holy Names University, The Crowden Center, and Sycamore Strings Academy. KC was also the 2009 Summer Programs Coordinator at Crowden. As a member of the Fairfield Orchestra, KC can be heard on the ECM recording of internationally known pianist and composer Keith Jarrett. She can also be heard on the Nonesuch recording of The Desert Music by Steve Reich with the Brooklyn Philharmonic.

Shelley Holland-Moritz
Laura Mount
Leslie Tomkins
Louis Day


Melanie Feld, principal
William Meredith

Marc Goldberg, principal
Maureen Strenge

Donald Batchelder, principal
John Dent

Brian Brown, principal

Emily Wong, principal