Dan Faiella

Dan Faiella (folk ensembles) is a guitarist specializing in traditional Celtic music. Trained as an accompanist through years of playing for New England contra dances and alongside Irish fiddlers, he has performed at venues and festivals around the country with numerous traditional music groups, as well as in a duo with his sister and longtime … Read more

Mike Stockbridge

Mike Stockbridge (banjo, guitar, mandolin, ukulele) started his professional journey in music over twenty five years ago. He has attended both Berklee College of Music and the University of Maine at Augusta, receiving a Bachelors of Music in Jazz and Contemporary Music from the latter. Mike has continually worked as an in-demand music educator all … Read more

Jennie O’Brien

Jennie O’Brien (voice-soprano) is a graduate of Boston University with Bachelor of Music, one in Vocal Performance and the other in Music Education and a Master’s in Education from University of Massachusetts Boston specializing in teaching students with visual impairments. A soloist for several area churches, Jennie has also performed with Newton Choral Society, Longy Chamber … Read more

Jan Fuller

Jan Fuller (cello) is a Concord New Hampshire resident and began his studies at the age of five. Fuller has performed across the east coast as a soloist, chamber and orchestral musician, performing at prestigious halls such as Jordan Hall, Sanders Theater, Symphony Hall, Alice Tully, and Carnegie Hall. Fuller has participated at festivals such … Read more

Natalie Talbot

Natalie Talbot

Natalie Talbot (flute) developed an interest in Historical Performance while studying under Christopher Krueger at UMass Amherst. She holds a B.A. and an M.M. in modern flute performance (UMass) as well as a Masters of Music in Historical Flute Performance (Oberlin College). While studying under Michael Lynn at Oberlin, Natalie gained performing experience Baroque flute … Read more

Peter Furlong

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Peter Furlong (voice) “A magesterial tenor…” is how The New York Times’ Anthony Tommasini described Peter Furlong’s voice. An accomplished Heldentenor with dark hues and powerful ring to his voice, Peter has appeared to plaudits on stages around the world including Germany, Italy, Ireland, Scotland, Canada, and the USA. Upcoming performance is as Siegfried with … Read more

Olga Patramanska-Bell

Olga Patramanska-Bell (string department chair, violin) was born and raised in Ukraine, where she received her musical education. After finishing her Bachelor’s degree at the R.M. Glier Kyiv State Higher Music College and studying a few years at the National Musical Academy of Ukraine, she came to Boston to continue her education at the Longy … Read more

Jared Steer

Jared Steer (percussion) is an active performer/educator based in central NH. He received a BA in Music Performance from Plymouth State College. There he studied drum set and percussion with Tim Gilmore, Eric C. Hughes and Craig Fahey. After receiving his degree he continued studies with Rakalam Bob Moses, Bob Gullotti, Jeff Ballard, Dave Dicenso, Steve Michaud, Thierry Arpino, Jerry … Read more

Zsanett Szi-Miklós

Zsanett Szi-Miklós (piano) was born in Hungary and lived there for 25 years. She holds a B.A. in Classical Instrumental Music Performance (Piano) and a M.A. in Teacher Education (specifically in piano teaching) through the University of Debrecen in Hungary. Zsanett’s principal teachers were Sándor Dobos, Ljubomér Borscs, Attila Pless, and Péter Lakatos. In addition … Read more

Anita Yu

Anita Yu (piano) earned a B.M. from the University of British Columbia and an M.M. in Piano Performance and Pedagogy from Westminster Choir College of Rider University. Her major teachers include Louise Goss, Phyllis Lehrer, Ena Barton, and Michael Lewin. Anita has performed in Boston, Florida, New York, New Jersey, and Vancouver, B.C., and has … Read more