Santa Fe Desert Chorale

Founded in 1982 by Lawrence “Larry” Bandfield, the Santa Fe Desert Chorale is one of the longest continually performing professional music organizations in New Mexico, as well as one of the most distinguished. In his review of the “American Voices” program, Scott Cantrell of The Dallas Morning News wrote “The …

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Felipe Scagliusi

Born in the city of São Paulo, Brazil, Felipe Scagliusi began his studies with Professor Márcio Petroni and later with Paulo Gori (winner of the prestigious Queen Elizabeth Competition) with whom he continued to work for eight years. In 1996 Scagliusi received the Degree in Conducting at the School of …

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Mark Davis Scatterday

The fourth conductor of the Eastman Wind Ensemble, Mark Davis Scatterday joined a prestigious line of conductors in the past 60 years of this famed ensemble: Donald Hunsberger, Clyde Roller and Frederick Fennell. In 2004, he led the EWE in a tour to East Asia, and in 2005, a highly …

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Kathryn Schulmeister

Bassist Kathryn Schulmeister brings radiant energy and rigorous expression to her performance of musical repertoire ranging from classical to experimental. With a fearless curiosity for collaborative environments, Kathryn actively seeks opportunities to integrate improvisation, movement and theater into her musical performance with performances in festivals and venues around the world. …

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Gerard Schwarz

American conductor Gerard Schwarz, born to Viennese parents in 1947, has been Music Director of the Seattle Symphony since 1985 and of the RLPO since 2001. A graduate of The Juilliard School, he began his conducting career in 1966, and within ten years was appointed Music Director of the New …

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