b'FACULTYEric Klaxton (jazz piano, composition, audio engineering) performs frequently with many notable ensembles,BIOGRAPHIESincluding The Soggy Po Boys, Sojoy, OurBigBand, and composes and arranges for a number of his own groups. He earned his BA in Saxophone Performance at the University of New Hampshire where he studied jazz harmony with Mark Shilanksy, arranging with Mike Annicchiarico, and worked with such inspiring visiting artists as Clark Terry, Frank Wess, Terell Stafford, Jimmy Heath, and Stjepko Gut. Eric enjoys the arts across a broad spectrum, seeking inspiration from the works of great philosophers, classical composers, modern authors, directors, and visual artists.Eric Klaxton Robert J. Kruskol (trombone, euphonium, brass ensembles) has performed with the NH Philharmonic, Nashua Symphony, New York Philharmonic, Boston Lyric Opera, New England Brass Quintet, Monadnock Chorus Orchestra, New Jersey Chamber Symphony, and Gramercy Brass of NY. Rob received his B.M. and M.M. from the Juilliard School where he studied trombone with Edward Herman, Jr. and chamber music with Gerard Schwarz. His former faculty positions include Notre Dame Community Music School and the 92nd Street Y School of Music in New York.Matt Langley (saxophone, jazz ensembles) has performed and/or recorded with Ron Carter, Gene McDaniels, John Medeski, Matt Wilson, Tiger Okoshi, Roswell Rudd, Dave Douglas, and Ben Allison, among many others. He hasRobert J. Kruskolrecorded with the Charlie Kolhlhase Quintet, his own group Color, with pianist Pandelis Karayorgis group System of 5, and with Mike Effenbergers weirdturnpro. Matt has studied with Stan Strickland, David Baker, and Ted Dunbar. He also teaches at the Shaker Road School and the Portsmouth Music and Arts Center. Matt enjlys helping students find their unique voice on the saxophone by erasing instrumental barriers in a fun and inspiring way and sharing the joy of Matt Langley lifelong musical discovery. Steven Lundahl (recorder, trombone, baritone/euphonium, tuba) has performed with Boston Baroque Orchestra, the Boston Camerata, Boston Handel and Haydn Society, Calliope, Boston Shawm and Sackbut Ensemble, Ensemble Project Ars Nova, Tafelmusik, Smithsonian Chamber Orchestra, Waverly Consort and other ensembles. He can be heard on recordings with Angel/EMI, Erato, Harmonia Mundi, Telarc, and other labels. Steve holds a B.A. in Music Education from the College of St. Scholastica, and has taught at several community music schools in the Boston area. Jazimina MacNeil (voice) has performed at Marlboro Music, Tanglewood, the Aspen Music Festival, and at CarnegieSteven LundahlHall. Since moving to New Hampshire, she performs often with Apple Hill, Electric Earth Concerts, Music on Norway Pond, and Firelight Theater Workshop. Jazimina received her Bachelor of Music degree from the Manhattan School of Music and Master of Music from the Curtis Institute of Music. Her teaching style focuses on freeing the body and breath to free the voice. No matter what kind of day her students are having, she strives to have them leave their Jazimina MacNeil lesson feeling lighter, more energized, and inspired by their own capabilities.25'