b'FACULTYJudy Seaton (violin) joined the CCMS faculty in 1985 as its first String Department chair. A member of the St. PaulsBIOGRAPHIESSchool music faculty for more than 30 years, she previously co-directed the Pittsfield Community Music School (Mass.) with her husband David and has performed with orchestras in NH, MA and WI. She holds a B.S. in Music Education from Duquesne University with additional studies in string pedagogy at the University of Wisconsin and New England Conservatory. Her primary teachers include Richard Goldner, Raymond Montoni, Mimi Zweig, Mimi Bravar, and Marylou Speaker Churchill. Judy says, I view teaching as a collaborative artof getting to understand each student and to draw on their strengths and interests as we share the inspiration and fun of music-making.Judy Seaton Peggy Senter (president, piano) is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of North Carolina; she also holds an M.M. degree in Piano Performance from the University of Wisconsin, with further studies in non-profit management, arts administration, piano pedagogy, and Dalcroze eurhythmics at Harvard, Longy, and New England Conservatory. She has performed as concerto soloist and in recital and chamber music concerts in New England, Wisconsin, and North Carolina, including many premieres of new music with the Composers in Red Sneakers and the Musicians of Wall Street. Former faculty positions include North Shore Community College, Rivers Music School, and St. Pauls School. Among her awards and honors are the 1993 Governors Award for Arts Education, the 1999 Distinguished Alumna Award from University of North Carolina, and the 2007 Citizen of the Year from the Concord Chamber of Commerce. Peggy SenterKathryn Southworth (dean of students and faculty, piano, performance workshops, Canterbury Singers) holds a B.M. in Piano Performance from Oberlin Conservatory and an M.M. in Vocal Accompanying and Coaching from the University of Illinois, where she was staff accompanist under the tutelage of acclaimed accompanist John Wustman. She has been a collaborative pianist for Opera North, Dartmouth College, Plymouth State University, and Boston Ballet, and has also served as a musical ambassador to Costa Rica. Having worked with many theater and choral groups in New England, Kathy is currently music director and organist for Canterbury United Community Church. Former faculty positions include St. Pauls School and Plymouth State University. Kathryns many years of pedagogical study and varied Kathryncollaborations have solidified her belief in a multi-faceted approach to learning that includes a healthy mix of creative Southworth work, playing by ear, and exploring a variety of musical styles through solo and ensemble experiences. David Surette (folk coordinator, folk ensembles, mandolin, folk guitar) has performed widely as part of a duo with his wife, singer Susie Burke, including shows with their daughters in the Burke Surette Family Band. David was a founding member of the Airdance band with fiddler Rodney Miller. In addition to his numerous collaborative albums with Susie Burke, Rodney Miller, and other colleagues, he has released five critically-acclaimed solo CDs. Founder of the March Mandolin Festival, David holds a B.A. in English from the University of NH. He is a sought-after teacher at many summer music camps and festivals, including Maine Fiddle Camp, the Swannanoa Gathering, and the International Mandolin & Guitar Accademia in Italy.David Surette29'