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Liz Faiella (folk, jazz, & popular music department chair, fiddle, folk ensembles) received her B.A. summa cum laude from Dartmouth College. A Music School alumna, she performs Celtic and New England music with her brother, guitarist Dan Faiella, at premier New England folk venues including Club Passim, the Boston Celtic Music Festival, the New England Folk Festival, and the Acadia Trad Festival. Liz has shared the stage with celebrated New England folk musicians including David Surette, Dudley and Jacqueline Laufman, Matt and Shannon Heaton, and Grammy winner Dan Zanes, among others. In 2015, the NH State Council on the Arts selected her to conduct fieldwork on New Hampshire’s contradancing history.
Judy Seaton (violin) graduated from Duquesne University with a B.S. in Music Education, with additional studies in string pedagogy at the University of Wisconsin and New England Conservatory. Her primary violin and pedagogy teachers include Richard Goldner, Raymond Montoni, Mimi Zweig, Mimi Bravar, and Marylou Speaker Churchill. With her husband David, Judy co-directed the Pittsfield Community Music School (Mass.) and taught violin, viola, recorder, and Orff-Kodaly classes. She joined the CCMS faculty in 1984 as its first String Department chair, teaching violin, viola, and ensembles. A member of the St. Paul’s School music faculty for more than 20 years, Judy has performed with the NH Philharmonic, the Concord Chorale, Manchester Choral Society, and Lakes Region Symphony.
Scott Kiefner (bass) is a Music School alumnus who graduated from McGill University's 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. He has since returned to New England, where he performs as an in-demand bass player with Jonathan Lorentz, Jim Dozet, Chris Klaxton, and many others throughout New England.
Matthew Dickey (violin) earned a Master of Music from the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music in 2015 studying with Piotr Milewski. He has performed widely in the Midwest with orchestras such as The Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, the Dayton Philharmonic, and the Queen City Opera Company; he was also on the faculty at the Toedtman School of Music and the Northern Kentucky School of Music. Mr. Dickey has also served as Concert Master of the Booth-Tarkington Theater in Indianapolis and as Assistant Concertmaster on tour with the New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players.
Hyun Min Lee (cello, string ensembles) earned her DMA degree from Boston University (BU) and her Master’s degree and Artist Diploma from Yale University, with additional degrees from Seoul National University and the Cleveland Institute of Music. Her major teachers have been Marc Johnson of the Vermeer Quartet and Aldo Parisot. Min has appeared in recitals, chamber music and orchestral concerts, festivals, and master classes throughout North America, Europe, and Asia in such venues as Carnegie Hall, Leipzig Gewandhaus, and Seoul Arts Center. Former faculty positions include the Bay Chamber Music School; she currently teaches at the BU Tanglewood Institute and at Boston University.
Bozena O’Brien (string department chair, violin, string ensembles), originally from Poland, received her training at Tanglewood, Boston University, and with Marylou Speaker Churchill of the Boston Symphony. She holds a Suzuki Book 1 Certificate, and has taught at St. Paul's School, Plymouth State University, Holderness School and Kimball Union Academy. She performs with the NH Music Festival, Vermont Symphony, Handel Society of Dartmouth and many other choral and orchestral ensembles as an active freelance violinist throughout New England.
Kate Jensik (cello, string ensembles) is a graduate of Ithaca College with a bachelor’s degree in Music. She received an Artist Diploma from Brandeis University and a master’s degree from the Boston Conservatory, studying with renowned 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.
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