Mark Edwards

Mark Edwards

Mark Edwards First prize winner in the 2012 Musica Antiqua Bruges International Harpsichord Competition, Canadian harpsichordist and organist Mark Edwards is recognized for his captivating performances, bringing the listener “to new and unpredictable regions, using...
Anna March

Anna March

Anna Marsh Anna Marsh, baroque bassoon was highlighted by Philadelphia’s Broad Street Review: “…memorable solos for Anna Marsh…a perfect evocation of a flowing river” and Boulder’s Daily Camera: “the real highlight may have...
Charles Metz

Charles Metz

Charles Metz Charles Metz studied piano at Penn State University, beginning his harpsichord studies through private lessons with the legendary Igor Kipnis.   In the process of earning a Ph.D. in Historical Performance Practice at Washington University in Saint Louis...
Greg Ingles

Greg Ingles

Greg Ingles Greg Ingles attended high school at the Interlochen Arts Academy and went on to graduate from the Oberlin Conservatory and SUNY Stony Brook. Before his career in early music, Greg was the Solo Trombone in the Hofer Symphoniker. He enjoys unearthing rarely...
Claire Happel Ashe

Claire Happel Ashe

Claire Happel Ashe Harpist Claire Happel Ashe enjoys a varied career playing 17th century triple, 18th century single-action, and modern double-action harps. Based in Chicago, she plays with ensembles ranging from the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra to Trio Speranza....