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Romeo Melloni

Romeo Melloni (piano, composition) was born in Milan, Italy, and attended Milan University, where he studied musicology with Francesco Degrada. He received his Bachelor of Music from Berklee College of Music and his M.M. and honorary Graduate Diploma in composition from New England Conservatory. His teachers include Robert DiDomenica, Theodore Antoniou, and Giacomo Manzoni. Romeo’s compositions include 75 works of symphonic, chamber, and vocal music that have been performed in Europe and in the United States by the Czech Philarmonic Chamber Orchestra, NH Music Festival, Slovak Radio Orchestra, Martinü Quartet, Solati Trio, and many others. Mr. Melloni teaches piano, theory, and composition at the Manchester Community Music School.

william fletcher headshot webWilliam A. Fletcher (theory and composition) earned a B.A. in Choral Music Education and an M.M. in Music Theory and Composition from the University of NH (UNH). He is a former music director of the Concord Chorale, and is recently retired from the faculty at St. Paul’s School. Bill’s compositions, recorded and available on the Parma Records label, include commissioned works for the Christa MacAuliffe Planetarium, Concord Chorale, St. Paul’s School, the Infinities Ensemble, and the Music School. He has produced recordings for Steve Schuch and the Night Heron Consort, Wellspring, femme m’amie, Peggo and Paul, and Holly Outwin-Tepe.

lindsey schust headshotLindsey Schust (percussion and composition) graduated cum laude with a B.A. in Music from Brandeis University and an M.A. in Music Composition from Tufts University. Since then she has studied with African and Afro-Caribbean master drummers from Mali, Nigeria, Guinea, Senegal, Ghana, Trinidad, Haiti, and Cuba, as well as composition with award-winning composers David Rakowski, Yehudi Wyner and John McDonald. In 2006 Lindsey won the Global Rhythm songwriting competition for her Afro-Cuban song “Café Con Leche” and in 2009 was nominated for a Just Plain Folks Independent Music Award for Best Carribean Song for her piece “Mama Lele.”