Theresa Salomon

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A native of Germany, Theresa Salomon came to New York in 1993. The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung has described her interpretations as “of the highest standard” and praised her “crystal-clear intonation” and “rhythmic precision.” She has performed in numerous international festivals, such as Festival Presence, Paris; Gulbenkian Festival, Lisbon; Prague Spring Festival; Ostfriesland Festival, Germany; Connecticut Early Music Festival; Staunton Chamber Music Festival, Virginia; and Ostrava Days for New Music, Czech Republic, where she was a soloist with the Janáček Philharmonic.

Ms. Salomon performs on both baroque and modern violin in New York with ensembles such as the Orchestra of St. Luke’s, REBEL Baroque Orchestra, New York Collegium, SEM Ensemble, American Classical Orchestra, Trinity Wall Street Baroque Orchestra, and others. She also directs a new chamber music series at Music Under Construction and plays frequently for the dance wing of the organization, Dance Under Construction. Her teachers include Ulf Hoelscher, Philipp Hirshhorn, Wolfram Koenig, and Todd Philipps. She has recorded for the labels Vandenburg and Tzadik. Theresa is on the adjunct faculty of Montclair State University’s John J. Cali School of Music, teaching historic performance practice and baroque violin.

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.