b'FACULTYAbigail Charbeneau (piano) holds a B.A. in Music from Skidmore College and an M.M. in Piano Performance andBIOGRAPHIESPedagogy from the University of Illinois. She has studied with Pola Baytelman, William Heiles, Arkady Aronov, Adaleina Krivosheina, Kenneth Drake, and Reid Alexander. She is the organist at South Congregational Church and Artistic Director and pianist for the Grace Coolidge Musicale Series in Plymouth, Vermont. Abby has held faculty positions at Millikin University and the University of Illinois and currently teaches at St. Pauls School.Victoria Cole (Alexander Technique) received her Certification in Alexander Technique from the Boston Conservatory/Berklee Center for Alexander Technique. She is founder and music director of the White Mountains Camerata, and Abigail Charbeneau teaches voice and Alexander Technique in the North Country. Victoria holds an M.M. in Vocal Performance from Carnegie-Mellon University and has served on the voice faculties of the Music Theatre program at Point Park University, Carnegie-Mellon University, and at Plymouth State. Teaching singing and Alexander work is about honoring the expressive potential in every human soul, Cole says. Its about more than building a voice: its about the whole individual. (on leave from the voice faculty)Zeb Cruikshank (jazz, blues and rock guitar) performs and teaches in musical genres ranging from blues and classicVictoria Colerock to acoustic fingerstyle, jazz, and classical guitar. Most recently he was a full-time guitar faculty member at MacPhail Center for Music in Minneapolis. He holds a Bachelors in Guitar Performance from McNally Smith College of Music, with further studies in their advanced Artist Diploma program. Zeb has recorded 5 albums, and opened for national acts such as Maceo Parker, Living Colour, Semisonic, Firehouse, and Chris Duarte. In Minneapolis he was known for his original jazz fusion project The Zeb Cruikshank Band, his acoustic duo Jess & Zeb, and classic rock band The Brute Squad.Zeb Cruikshank Matt Davis (trumpet) is the director of instrumental music at Bow Memorial School, where he teaches concert band, jazz band, and string ensemble. He was named 2017 Outstanding Young Band Director of the Year by the NH Band Directors Association. He performs throughout New England in classical, jazz, and musical theater ensembles, including Freese Brothers Big Band as lead trumpet. Matt holds bachelors and masters degrees in music education from the University of Southern Maine and from Plymouth State University, studying with Betty Rines and Trent Austin. Matt believes that all students have the ability to play and perform. With hard work by the student and the guidance of a teacher, students can bring high levels of performance and confidence to themselves and their ensembles.Matt DavisMatthew Dickey (violin) has performed widely with orchestras such as The Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, the Dayton Philharmonic, and the Queen City Opera Company, serving as concertmaster of the Booth-Tarkington Theater in Indianapolis and as assistant concertmaster with the New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players. Matt earned a Master of Music from the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music in 2015, studying with Piotr Milewski, and served on the Matthew Dickey faculty of the Toedtman School of Music in Cincinnati and the Northern Kentucky School of Music.21'