Meredith Hall

Soprano Meredith Hall delights audiences on both sides of the Atlantic with her ‘lustrous sound and fluent legato’ (San Francisco Chronicle). She has appeared frequently with the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra (San Francisco), Tafelmusik of Toronto, Apollo’s Fire, Boston’s Handel and Haydn Society, Boston Baroque and The Toronto Symphony. Ms Hall’s …

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Sylvain Bergeron

Sylvain Bergeron, archlute and codirector, is a native of Quebec City. An accomplished performer on plucked instruments, he plays nearly 100 concerts per year throughout North America. He has collaborated with such artists as Emma Kirkby, James Bowman, Jordi Savall, David Daniels, Magdalena Kozená, Michael Chance, Charles Daniels, Karina Gauvin, Susie …

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La Nef

Founded in Montreal in 1991 and currently directed by Sylvain Bergeron and Claire Gignac, Ensemble La Nef produces concept programs in both the early-music and world music arenas. Inspired by sources such as history, literature and painting, the ensemble collaborates with artists from diverse disciplines. La Nef’s skill in bringing …

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Elena Ruehr

Elena Ruehr was born in rural Michigan, was taught the piano by her mother, and began composing as a child. Having studied composition with William Bolcom at the University of Michigan and with Vincent Persichetti and Bernard Rands at Juilliard (where she earned her doctorate), her music reveals a wide …

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Julian Wachner

Born in Hollywood, California and raised in New York City, Julian Wachner is one of North America’s most exciting and versatile musicians, sought-after as conductor, composer, and keyboard artist. In his new position as the inaugural Director of Music and the Arts at New York’s historic Trinity Wall Street, Wachner …

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