New York Summer Music Festival

November 28, 2015
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James Fellenbaum, Orchestra Conductor Session II

James Fellenbaum joined the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra during the 2006-2007 season as a Guest Conductor. His title changed to Resident Conductor in 2008. Read full bio…

Thomas McCauley, Wind Ensembles Conductor Session I

Thomas McCauley is the Director of Bands at Montclair State University where he conducts the Montclair State University Wind Symphony and Symphonic Band. He comes to New Jersey from the University of Indianapolis where he held the position of Director of Bands and Instrumental Activities. Read full bio…

Wesley Broadnax, Wind Ensembles Conductor Session II

Wesley J. Broadnax is in his first year as Assistant Professor of Music & Director of Bands at Drexel University. Prior to Drexel, Dr. Broadnax served as Director of Bands/Instrumental Music Education on the faculties of California State University East Bay and Michigan State University. Read full bio…

Timothy Newton, Chorus Conductor Session I

Dr. Tim Newton, Associate Professor of Music at SUNY Oneonta, conductor of the Chamber Singers and conductor/coach for opera and musical theater, teaches a number of courses in history, theory, conducting, and voice. Read full bio…

David Crone, Chorus Conductor Session II

Dr. David Crone is in his 8th season as Music Director for the Pro Arte Chorale in Bergen County, New Jersey. He has prepared this chorus for performances with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra of works including Mozart’s Requiem, Orff’s Camina Burana, and Beethoven’s Symphony no. 9. Read full bio…

Sherrie Maricle, Jazz Conductor Session I

For musician Sherrie Maricle, her drum set is a real-life metaphor of her career. Just as playing the drums requires coordinating four limbs at the same time, Maricle’s career coordinates successes as a jazz artist, composer, teacher and music director. Read full bio…

JC Sanford JC Sanford, Jazz Conductor Session II

Trombonist/composer/conductor JC Sanford is a musician of rare breadth, deeply rooted in the traditions of Jazz and Classical music, yet constantly pushing at their boundaries Read full bio…

Ayako Tsuruta, Piano Sessions I and II

Pianist AYAKO TSURUTA has given numerous concerts throughout North America, Europe and the Middle East. A musician with special interest in promoting chamber music, she is the Artistic Director of the Plowman Chamber Music Competition and is also the Music Director for the Odyssey Chamber Music Series in Columbia, Missouri. Read full bio…

Emi Kagawa, Piano Sessions I and II

A native of Osaka, Japan, pianist Emi Kagawa has been active as both a soloist and a chamber musician, and has performed extensively throughout the United States, Canada, Italy, and Japan. The Salt Lake Tribune described her performance as “a picture in the form of a 1, 000 piece puzzle, with each piece being a master piece.” Read full bio…

Jesse Stacken, Jazz Piano Session I

Pianist / composer / improviser Jesse Stacken has been teaching music for fifteen years. He began playing piano at the age of ten and quickly developed a passion for jazz improvisation. Read full bio…

Randy Ingram, Jazz Piano Session II

Randy Ingram (pianist/composer) has been hailed as “gifted” (Jazz Times), “one of the best up-and-coming pianists” (Icon), “astute” (The New York Times) and “formidable” (The San Francisco Chronicle). “He’s got a crystalline sound, rich and wide open, and knows how to state a melody with spacious chords” (Jazz Weekly). Read full bio…

Changhee Lee, Staff Pianist Sessions I and II

Changhee Lee is majoring in piano performance at the Eastman School of Music with Douglas Humpherys, and his past teachers include Alexandra Nguyen and Troy Slocum. Read full bio…

Hyerim Song, Staff Pianist Sessions I and II

Hyerim Song, a native Korean, is an active collaborative pianist and vocal coach in the US and South Korea. She has been acclaimed for possessing a shimmering, sparkling playing that is highlighted by her exquisite artistry and an engaging stage presence Read full bio…

Priscilla Yuen, Staff Pianist Sessions I and II

Priscilla Yuen is currently working at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY as a staff pianist and at the Harley School as a choral accompanist. She received her Master of Music degree majoring in Piano Accompanying & Chamber Music under the tutelage of Dr. Jean Barr at the Eastman School. Read full bio…

Ann Fontanella, Violin Session I

Ann debuted with the Philadelphia Orchestra at age 10. For the next five years, Ann was the protégé and final student of Erick Friedman, Heifetz’s own protégé. Erick Friedman was the only violinist with whom Heifetz ever recorded on equal footing. Read full bio…

Source: nysmf.org
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