DONGMYUNG AHN
Viola

DONGMYUNG AHN

 

Period violinist Dongmyung Ahn is a performer, educator, and scholar, whose interests span from the twelfth to eighteenth centuries. She is co-founder of Guido’s Ear and regularly performs with the Sebastians, TENET, Early Music New York, Green Mountain Vespers, Pegasus, Clarion, and Bach Vespers. She has also played the rebec in the The Play of Daniel at the Cloisters. A dedicated educator, Dongmyung is the director of the Queens College Baroque Ensemble and has taught music history at Vassar College and Queens College. She is a Ph.D. candidate in musicology at the Graduate Center, CUNY, and has published an article on medieval liturgy in the Rodopi series Faux Titre.

 

Beth Beauchamp

Having worked as a professional musician, a music-educator, and the Executive Director of a number of non-profit arts organizations, Beth has over 10 years of experience in catering to the unique needs of artists. Beth believes that the talent, education, and skill-sets of her clients have inherent worth. As a passionate artist advocate, she aims to help her artists improve the quality of their own lives by encouraging them to honor the value of their own work, and by creating materials which allow them to champion their art with confidence. Equally interested in building community, Beth aims to create a roster of artists who are excited to support and collaborate together. 

PRISCILLA HERREID
Winds

PRISCILLA HERREID

Priscilla Herreid plays recorders, period oboes, and a multitude of renaissance wind instruments with some of the finest ensembles in the US and abroad. She appears regularly with Piffaro, The Handel + Haydn Society, Trinity Baroque Orchestra, Hesperus, Tempesta di Mare, Boston Baroque, and The Sebastians, and can often be seen with Portland Baroque, Tenet, Philharmonia Baroque, Ex Umbris, The Waverly Consort, New York Baroque Inc., and The City Musick. Priscilla was part of the onstage band for the Shakespeare on Broadway productions of Twelfth Night and Richard III, starring Mark Rylance. Priscilla's playing has been called “downright amazing” by the Philadelphia Inquirer, and the New York Times has praised her “soaring recorder, gorgeously played...” She is a graduate of Temple University and The Juilliard School.

 

Beth Beauchamp

Having worked as a professional musician, a music-educator, and the Executive Director of a number of non-profit arts organizations, Beth has over 10 years of experience in catering to the unique needs of artists. Beth believes that the talent, education, and skill-sets of her clients have inherent worth. As a passionate artist advocate, she aims to help her artists improve the quality of their own lives by encouraging them to honor the value of their own work, and by creating materials which allow them to champion their art with confidence. Equally interested in building community, Beth aims to create a roster of artists who are excited to support and collaborate together. 

ROBERT MEALY
Violin

ROBERT MEALY

One of America’s leading historical string players, Robert Mealy has recorded and toured a wide variety of repertoire with many ensembles both here and in Europe, including Les Arts Florissants, Tafelmusik, Sequentia, the Boston Camerata, and the American Bach Soloists. Mr. Mealy is principal concertmaster at Trinity Wall Street and the orchestra director of the Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra; he received a Grammy for his work with the festival. A devoted chamber musician, he co-directs the acclaimed 17th-century ensemble Quicksilver. He recently completed a series of concerts surveying the obbligato sonatas of J.S. and C.P.E. Bach in Washington at the Smithsonian, and directed and programmed a series of medieval programs exploring secular lyric for TENET. Committed to education as well as performing, he directs Juilliard’s Historical Performance program, where he joined the faculty in 2009. From 2003 to 2015 he taught at Yale University, directing the postgraduate Yale Baroque Ensemble and the Yale Collegium Musicum. Prior to that, he taught at Harvard for over a decade and founded the Harvard Baroque Chamber Orchestra. In 2004, he received Early Music America’s Binkley Award for outstanding teaching and scholarship. He has recorded over 80 CDs on most major labels. 

 

Beth Beauchamp

Having worked as a professional musician, a music-educator, and the Executive Director of a number of non-profit arts organizations, Beth has over 10 years of experience in catering to the unique needs of artists. Beth believes that the talent, education, and skill-sets of her clients have inherent worth. As a passionate artist advocate, she aims to help her artists improve the quality of their own lives by encouraging them to honor the value of their own work, and by creating materials which allow them to champion their art with confidence. Equally interested in building community, Beth aims to create a roster of artists who are excited to support and collaborate together.