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Robert Huw Morgan

Fellow, Royal College of Organists. Studied with Carole Terry, Peter Eros, Melvin Butler, Nicolas Kynaston, Nigel Allcoat. Special interests: 19th- and 20th-century repertoire, especially French. Assistant Conductor, U. Washington Symphony Orchestra/Opera; Conductor, U. Washington Summer Chamber Orchestra. Recitals in U.S., Germany, Wales, Australia, Norway, Sweden, England.

Murray Low

Held previous teaching positions at University of California Berkeley and the Jazzschool in Berkeley. Guest lecturer at Stanford, San José State, Cal State Monterey Bay, University of Wisconsin/Madison, Cal State Sonoma, Jazzcamp West, and the Monterey Jazz Youth Program. Twenty-six years of perfomance, teaching, composing and arranging experience. Grammy nomination in Latin Jazz category with Macheté Ensemble 2003. Multiple appearances at major jazz festivals such Monterey, Concord, Stanford, San Francisco, San José, Big Sur, Mt.

Jarosław Kapuściński

Composer, pianist, and intermedia artist.

Studied with Wlodzimierz Kotonski, Jan Ekier, Bronislawa Kawalla, Rand Steiger, Miller Puckette, Roger Reynolds, Brian Ferneyhough, and Joji Yuasa; additional courses with Iannis Xenakis, Louis Andriessen, Tristan Murail, François-Bernard Mâche, and George Lewis.

Selected prizes: UNESCO Film sur l’Art Festival in Paris (1992), VideoArt Festival in Locarno (1993), Manifestation Internationale Vidéo et Art Électronique in Montréal (1994), and International Festival of New Cinema and New Media in Montréal (2000).

Thomas Grey

Special fields: Wagner, 19th-century opera, history of musical aesthetics and criticism, Romantic music and visual culture.

Laura Dahl

Specialist in chamber music and vocal coaching.

Performances throughout U.S. (including Carnegie Hall), Germany,and England.

Founding member of the Harmida Piano Trio.

Artistic Director: Jess Shenson Recital Series at Stanford and the Music by the Mountain summer festival in northern California.

Kumaran Arul

Special fields: historic recordings and performance styles, late 19th and early 20th century performance practice.

Studies with Louis Nagel and Marc Silverman. Historical performance studies with Edward Parmentier, Ken Cooper, and Will Crutchfield. Chamber music studies with Anton Nel, Michael Tree, and Daniel Avshalamov.

Solo, chamber, and concerto performances throughout U.S., Canada, England, Hungary. Solo and ensemble performances on harpsichord.
 

Giancarlo Aquilanti

Studied composition with Paolo Ugoletti, Glenn Glasow, Wayne Peterson, and Jody Rockmaker.

Numerous compositions, including songs for voice and various combinations of instruments, several orchestral, choral and band pieces, string quartets, and the operas La povertà, Lot’s Women, and Oxford Companions.

Recipient of the Walter J. Gores award for excellence in teaching (2003-04), Stanford's highest award.

Mark Applebaum

Applebaum received his Ph.D. in composition from the University of California at San Diego where he studied principally with Brian Ferneyhough.  His solo, chamber, choral, orchestral, operatic, and electroacoustic work has been performed throughout North and South America, Europe, Africa, Australia, and Asia with notable performances at the Darmstadt Sessions. 

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