Malin Broman is highly sought after as a soloist, artistic director, chamber musician, teacher and orchestral leader. Over the past two decades she has performed as soloist with numerous orchestras. In 2008 Malin was appointed concertmaster of the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Laurel Jenkins is from Vermont. She was a member of the Trisha Brown Dance Company from 2007–2012, and she continues to perform, teach, and restage Brown’s work.
Joseph Kaiser is recognized by audiences for his beauty of tone, intelligence of programming, and innate sense of style and elegance. The Canadian singer is internationally acclaimed as one of the most gifted artists of his generation and enjoys success in opera, oratorio, and concert throughout North America and Europé.
Simon O'Neill, a native of New Zealand who has established himself as one of the finest helden-tenors on the international stage. He is a principal artist with the Metropolitan Opera, the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Teatro alla Scala and both the Bayreuth and Salzburg Festivals, appearing with a number of illustrious conductors including Riccardo Muti, Valery Gergiev and Daniel Barenboim.
Ksenija Sidorova started to play the instrument aged eight in her hometown of Riga. Her quest for more exposure to both classical and contemporary repertoire took her to London and the Royal Academy of Music.
Joshua Stewart has been praised for his big, warm, confident voice and interpretive conviction. Displaying compelling artistry and versatility, he is quickly making a name for himself in the world of opera without losing touch with his jazz roots.
Davóne Tines is building an international career commanding a broad spectrum of opera and concert performance. The 2015/16 season offered breakout performances on both sides of The Atlantic: the Dutch National Opera presented his company debut and he received excellent revues for his performances at the Ojai Music Festival.
Violeta Urmana was born in Lithuania and is one of the most highly sought-after singers of dramatic German and Italian repertoire. At the very beginning of her career, she made a name for herself worldwide as a highly acclaimed Kundry in Parsifal and as Eboli.