Byron Schenkman

July 22, 2020

Byron Schenkman believes in the power of music to bring people together for healing and joy. By the time they went to their first music camp at the age of eleven, Byron knew that playing chamber music would be an important part of their life’s work. They have since been a founding member of several […]

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Lindsey Strand-Polyak

July 13, 2020

Praised for her “rococo gracefulness,” Lindsey Strand-Polyak is active throughout the West Coast as a baroque violinist and violist. Nationally, she performs with ensembles such as the American Bach Soloists, Seattle Baroque Orchestra, and Bach Collegium San Diego; and has appeared at the Oregon Bach Festival, Twin Cities Early Music Festival, Corona del Mar Baroque […]

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August Denhard

October 23, 2018

As a performer on lute, theorbo and Baroque guitar, August Denhard has appeared with Baroque Northwest, Seattle Baroque, the Concord Ensemble, Chicago Music of the Baroque, the Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra, Camarata Pacifica Baroque, and many other ensembles specializing in early music. He is an accompanist/coach for 16th and 17th century song at Ars Vocalis Mexico […]

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Shulamit Kleinerman

September 18, 2018

Shulamit Kleinerman is a teacher and musician in Seattle. She maintains a violin studio for children and adults, performs on medieval vielle and Renaissance violin, directs Seattle Historical Arts for Kids and its Early Music Youth Academy, and enjoys occasional forays into scholarly music history through writing and lecturing. Artist Support Program 2006: New New […]

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Amanda Cole

September 13, 2018

Amanda Cole is a compelling and passionate performer specialising in art song, oratorio, chamber music, early music and the avant garde. As a soloist she has performed with some of the premier choirs, orchestras and ensembles in New Zealand, a highlight being the 100th anniversary celebrations of City Choir Dunedin, where she appeared with David […]

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Vicki Boeckman

September 6, 2018

Vicki is an active and passionate performer of all styles of music and plays all sizes of recorders. Her travels and performances have taken her across the United States as well as Canada, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, England, Scotland and Germany. In the Pacific Northwest, Vicki is a returning soloist with the Seattle Baroque Orchestra and […]

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Stuart Wheeler and Jesse Q-T

April 3, 2018

Stuart Wheeler and Jesse Quebbeman-Turley are multi-instrumentalist singer-composers who met in 2014 through the Avant GaRawge – a DIY experimental performing arts series in Provo, Utah – where they both participated as co-curators and frequent contributors. Much of their early friendship was spent driving around, listening to Ensemble Organum’s seminal recording of Guillaume de Machaut’s […]

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Miyo Aoki / sound|counterpoint

August 4, 2017

Established in 2014, sound|counterpoint is charming audiences throughout the Pacific Northwest and beyond with its performances of music of the late Renaissance, Baroque, and 21st century on period instruments. Based in Seattle, this new ensemble has quickly gained a reputation for performances of expressive generosity, spontaneity, vivacity, and virtuosity. sound|counterpoint’s members – Miyo Aoki, recorder; […]

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