b'FACULTYBIOGRAPHIES Stephanie Ratt Jenkins (clarinet, woodwind ensembles) performs with Infinities Chamber Ensemble, and has performed with many New England choruses and orchestras, including Great Waters Music Festival, Symphony by the Sea, and Green Mountain Opera Festival. Stephanie received a B.M. in Music Education from the Crane School of Music in Potsdam, NY and an M.M. in Clarinet Performance from Michigan State University, where she studied under Elsa Verdehr. She also teaches applied clarinet and Clarinet Choir at Keene State College, and is on the faculties of St. Pauls School and the SYMS program at UNH.Kate Jensik (cello, string ensembles) is a graduate of Ithaca College with a bachelors degree in Music. She receivedStephanie Ratt an Artist Diploma from Brandeis University and a masters degree from the Boston Conservatory, studying withJenkinsrenowned teacher and performer Rhonda Rider. She also studied at the Janacek Academy of Music in the Czech Republic and has participated in master classes with Yo-Yo Ma, Benjamin Zander, and Paul Katz. Kate has taught at the Powers Music School, the Rivers Music School, Ithaca Talent Education Suzuki School, Ithaca College, and Brandeis University. Kate Jensik Anthea Kechley (flute) is founder of the Boston Flute Quartet and has performed with such ensembles as Sarasota Orchestra, Florida Grand Opera, Cape Symphony, Philadelphia Singers, Berkshire Symphony, Sound Icon, and Philharmonia Boston. Anthea earned a Master of Music degree from Mannes College of Music as a student of Keith Underwood, and a Bachelor of Music degree with honors, from Birmingham Conservatoire in the United Kingdom. She also teaches at Brookline Music School in Massachusetts, and has been on the faculty at Williams College, Miami Music Project, The Harmony Program in New York, and as a flute section coach for Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. Sagar Khatiwada (Himalaya Heritage Music Program) holds a Masters degree in music from the Banaras HinduAnthea KechleyUniversity in Varanasi, India. He was born in Nepal and comes from a very musical family; his brothers play the bamboo flute and sing. He plays the tabla (a double drum with resonating surfaces on the top side) and the madal (a single drum with resonating surfaces on either end). After graduate work, he was on the music faculty of a university in Nepal. In addition to his musical expertise, Mr. Khatiwada studied Sanskrit and is a Hindu priest. (by special arrangement)Sagar Khatiwada Scott Kiefner (bass) has an active performing career throughout New England as a bass player with Jonathan Lorentz, Jim Dozet, Chris Klaxton, Soggy Po Boys, and many others. A Music School alumnus, Scott graduated from McGill Universitys Schulich School of Music in Montreal, QC, where he studied with Fraser Hollins and Chris McCann. After college, he was selected for additional studies at the School for Improvisational Music Intensive workshop in New York City.Scott Kiefner24'