Debra Nagy, recorder and double reeds, is in demand as a soloist and collaborative musician on both coasts. One of the country's top baroque oboists, Debra is the founder and director of Les Délices, whose debut CD was named "One of the Top Ten Early Music Discoveries of 2009" by NPR's Harmonia. Debra maintains her interests in late-medieval music as a member of Ciaramella, and is a regular guest artist with the Newberry Consort and Blue Heron. Debra received her doctorate from Case Western Reserve University, where she has directed the Collegium in programs spanning the 14th-17th centuries and taught Medieval and Renaissance notation. She makes her home in Cleveland, OH, which awarded her a 2010 Creative Workforce Fellowship.