b'FACULTYBIOGRAPHIESJordan Tirrell-Wysocki (fiddle, folk ensembles) grew up playing dances and concerts around New England. At age 12, he was the youngest member of the NH delegation at the Smithsonian Folklife Festival. He performs frequently with own band, the Jordan TW Trio, has toured nationally with bands in various genres, performed across Ireland, and released multiple recordings of Celtic music. He has also written soundtracks for audiobooks and television and appeared as a guest on over 75 albums. In 2013, Tirrell-Wysocki was awarded the title of Master Artist by the NH State Council on the Arts, and named Best Fiddler 2016 by NH Magazine. JordanAnita Yu (piano) has performed throughout the U.S. and in Vancouver, B.C., and is a former faculty member of the Tirrell-Wysocki Community Music Center of Boston, St. Pauls School, and the New School for Music Study. Anita holds a B.M. from the University of B.C. and an M.M. in Piano Performance and Pedagogy from Westminster Choir College. Her major teachers include Louise Goss, Phyllis Lehrer, Ena Barton, and Michael Lewin. She enjoys preparing students for statewide, regional, and national piano competitions and certificate programs. Anita believes, Learning to play the piano is a process. My goal is to give each student the proper technical and musical foundation so that they improve each year. Nothing motivates a student more than the confidence they get from improving. Anita Yu30'