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Herbert Myers

Member of The Whole Noyse; former member, New York Pro Musica Antiqua. Recorded for Columbia, Orion, Intrada, and Musical Heritage Society. Articles and reviews in Early Music, The American Recorder, Journal of the American Musical Instrument Society, The Galpin Society Journal and Journal of the Viola da Gamba Society of America. EMA Performance Guides.

Bruce Moyer

Teaching experience includes: San José State University, California; Concord Academy, Concord, MA; and Tufts University, Medford, MA.

Anthony Martin

Doctoral studies at Boston University. Violin studies with Joseph Silverstein and Berl Senofsky; chamber music with Eugene Lehner. Founding member of, and numerous recordings with, Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra; Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, San Francisco; Orchestra of the 18th Century, Amsterdam; Smithsonian Chamber Players, Washington, DC; Aston Magna, New York; The Bach Ensemble, New York; American Bach Soloists; Artaria Quartet; Novello Quartet; and String Circle.

Stephen Harrison

Studied with George Neikrug, Andor Toth, Jr., Margaret Rowell, Eugene Lehner.

Member, Ives String Quartet. Cellist, Stanford String Quartet (1983-1997).

Solo cellist, San Francisco Contemporary Music Players.

Former principal, the Chamber Symphony of San Francisco, New England Chamber Orchestra, The Opera Company of Boston.

Faculty member the Rocky Ridge Music Center and the San Diego Chamber Music Workshop Centrum/Port Townsend Chamber Music Workshop.

Dawn Harms

Dawn Harms leads an active musical life as a violinist, violist, chamber musician and conductor. For ten years, Dawn was first violinist with the Harrington String Quartet, winners of the Grand Prize at the prestigious Fischoff and Evian International chamber music competitions. She played first violin for five years with the Santa Fe Opera. A member of the San Francisco Opera Orchestra, and the New Century Chamber Orchestra. Dawn holds the position of co-concertmaster with the Oakland Symphony, and concertmaster of the Santa Fe Pro Musica Chamber Orchestra.

Debra Fong

Debra Fong, violinist, has been a Lecturer in Violin and Chamber Music at Stanford University since 2004. She is Principal Second Violinist of the San Francisco Chamber Orchestra and a first violinist with The Santa Fe Opera Orchestra. An active chamber musician, Ms. Fong has performed at Toronto Summer Music; Bay Chamber Concerts in Rockport, Maine; the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival; Yellow Barn Chamber Music Festival; and Yale/Norfolk Chamber Music Festival. She has been a guest artist with the St.

Charles Ferguson

Studied with Oscar Ghiglia, Rodrigo Riera, Andres Segovia, Jose Tomas; workshops with Leo Brouwer, Abel Carlevaro. Guest soloist, Rosa Montoya Bailes Flamenco. Solo recitals in U.S., Canada, Venezuela.

John Dornenburg

Studied performance with Wieland Kuijken and Nikolaus Harnoncourt. Fulbright recipient. Solo performances in United Kingdom, Ireland, The Netherlands, Poland, Lebanon, Turkey, New Zealand, Australia, and USA. Over 30 CDs on all sizes of viola da gamba featuring music by J.S. Bach, Marais, C.P.E. Bach, Handel, Telemann, Abel, Hume, Schenck, Telemann, St. Colombe and others for Centaur, Meridian, Dorian, Koch, BBC, etc. Instructor in violone, UC Berkeley.

Tony Doheny

Anthony Doheny was born in Rockhampton, Queensland. After graduating from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music with a Diploma of Music, he spent six years as a member of the first violin section of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. In February 1966, he commenced a Master of Arts in music at the University of Iowa. Upon completing this degree in June 1967, he was then awarded a Fellowship Grant to undertake doctoral studies in music at Stanford University.


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