Laura Woyasz, recently seen on Broadway in For The Girls, singing alongside Kristin Chenoweth.
Laura made her Broadway debut as Glinda, in Wicked. Off Broadway: The Marvelous Wonderettes (Missy Miller) Attack of the Elvis Impersonators (Prissy Bordeaux) at the Lion Theatre. My Life With Albertine at Playwrights Horizons & Come Blow Your Horn at TACT. National Tours: Cheers Live On Stage, (Diane/ Carla US) Thoroughly Modern Mille, (Mille US) Wicked, (Glinda US) Hello Dolly, (Minnie Faye)
Mark Nuccio, Clarinet
Critics have praised clarinetist Mark Nuccio for his solo, orchestral, and chamber appearances, describing him as “the evening’s highlight”, full of “mystery and insight” and “shaping his phrases beautifully with a rich, expressive tone.” (NY Times)
Amy Lee, violinist
Violinist Amy Lee enjoys a varied performing and teaching career, equally at home in both orchestral and chamber music settings. Currently, Ms. Lee is the associate concertmaster of The Cleveland Orchestra, a post she has held since 2008. She is also an Artist-in-Residence at Kent State University in the Hugh A. Glauser School of Music. Ms. Lee spends her summers as a faculty member at the Kent Blossom Music Festival in Kent, Ohio and performs at various festivals, including the Marlboro Music Festival in Vermont.
Joanna P. Zakany, Violist
Hailed for “stunning, expressive, remarkable” playing and “exemplar of grace and technical skill”, Joanna Patterson Zakany is a member of The Cleveland Orchestra and enjoys an active orchestral, chamber music and teaching career in the United States and abroad.
Tanya Ell, Cellist
Cellist Tanya Ell, enjoys a varied career as a chamber musician, soloist, and member of The Cleveland Orchestra. Since winning the position in 2006, she has been privileged to tour the world's greatest concert halls with the orchestra, including Carnegie Hall, Vienna's Musikverein, Suntory Hall in Tokyo, Royal Albert Hall, and Avery Fisher Hall. With TCO, she has also taken part in many prestigious festivals, including the BBC Proms, the Salzburg Festival, the Lucerne Festival, and the Edinburgh Festival.
Yun-Ting Lee, Violinist
Taiwanese-American violinist Yun-Ting Lee is a member of the Second Violin section of The Cleveland Orchestra. He has appeared as soloist with orchestras from Spoleto Festival USA, Music Academy of the West, Cleveland Institute of Music, National Repertory Orchestra, and the Phoenix Symphony. More recently he was invited to perform solo with the Sullivan County Chamber Orchestra and the Phoenix Youth Symphony. Mr. Lee’s performances have been broadcasted on WCLV in Cleveland, WFMT in Chicago, and NPR’s “Performance Today”.