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Orlando Pandolfi

Orlando Pandolfi (French horn, trumpet) holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Orchestral Performance from The Juilliard School, where he was the recipient of the E. and W. Naumberg Scholarship, the Jerome Greene Fellowship, and was a teaching fellow for Juilliard professor Mary Anthony Cox. As a horn player, he has performed extensively throughout the United States and Europe, as well as in China, Japan, Hong Kong, South Korea, and Maccau, performing with ensembles such as Orpheus Chamber Orchestra Winds, Nova Filarmonia Portuguesa, the Gotham City Wind Quintet, Orchestra Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, the Oregon Symphony, Boston Festival Orchestra, Boston Civic Symphony, Berkshire Symphony, New Haven Symphony, and many others. Mr. Pandolfi has taught at the Tabor Academy, Deerfield Academy, Amherst College, and Williams College and is currently the director of the Music Program at St. Paul’s School.

stef-burkStefani Burk (wind department chair, oboe, woodwind ensembles, scholarship woodwind quintet) attended the University of Iowa, where she received a B.A. in Music Education and an M.A. in Oboe Performance. Oboistfor the Portland Symphony and PORTopera, she has also performed with the New Hampshire Music Festival, Opera North, Indian Hill, and with many other orchestras and chamber music festivals throughout New England. Ms. Burk has taught at Bowdoin College, Indian Hill Arts, Bates College, and UNH’s Summer Youth Music School, and is currently on the faculty at St. Paul’s School.

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Maria Isaak (bassoon, Purple Finches, chamber ensembles, Creative Arts Camp) received a master’s degree in Bassoon Performance from the New England Conservatory and studied at the International School for Kodály Studiesin Hungary, where she earned her Kodály Specialist Certificate. As a bassoonist, she has performed with the Portland Symphony, Indian Hill Symphony, Nashua Symphony, and the NH Philharmonic, and has been a concerto soloist with orchestras in San Francisco, Chile, and China.

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Steven Lundahl (recorder, trombone, tuba) holds a B.A. in Music Education from the College of St. Scholastica. He has performed with the Boston Camerata, Calliope, Boston Baroque, Boston Shawm and Sackbut Ensemble, Ensemble Project Ars Nova, Tafelmusik, Smithsonian Chamber Orchestra, Waverly Consort, and the Boston Handel and Haydn Society. Mr. Lundahl can be heard on recordings with Angel/EMI, Erato, Harmonia Mundi, Telarc, and other labels. He has taught at community music schools in Belmont and Brookline (MA) and the Dedham Country Day School.

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Stephanie Ratté Jenkins (clarinet, woodwind ensembles) received a B.M. in Music Education from the Crane School of Music in Potsdam, NY and an M.M. in Clarinet Performance from Michigan State University, where she studied under Elsa Verdehr. She performs with the Great Waters Music Festival, Chorus North Shore, Symphony by the Sea, Granite State Choral Society, and the Keene Chorale, as well as Infinities Chamber Ensemble, which has performed throughout Massachusetts as a member of Young Audiences. Mrs. Jenkins has also performed with Granite State Symphony Orchestra, Hanover Chamber Orchestra, Green Mountain Opera Festival, Granite State Opera, Pro Musica, Portland Symphony, and Nashua Symphony. She is on the faculty at Keene State College where she teaches the clarinet studio and conducts the Clarinet Choir.

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Jennifer Yeaton-Parris (flute, chamber music ensembles) earned her B.A., summa cum laude, in Music History and B.M. in Flute Performance from the University of New Hampshire and her M.M. in Performance from Boston University. She has performed with the New Hampshire Music Festival, Granite State Orchestra, Concord and Manchester Chorale Societies, and the Cornell Festival Orchestra. She has given solo recitals at St. Gaudens, the Balsams, Dartmouth College, and Keene State College. She is a former adjunct faculty member of the University of New Hampshire, Plymouth State University, and Cornell University.