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Jasna Radonjic

Artistic Director and Producer

Jasna Radonjic is an artistic administrator and producer with over ten years of experience working for large, mid size and small arts and educational organizations in New York City.

Karl Kramer


The New York Times wrote of [Karl’s] performance of Milton Babbitt’s Around the Horn: “essentially a stand-up routine for a virtuoso soloist, excellently communicated by Karl Kramer.”

Barry J. Crawford


Flutist Barry J. Crawford, enjoys an active and varied career as a flute soloist, chamber player, recording artist, flute teacher, and orchestral musician. The New York Sun recently reported, “Mr. Crawford is a young musician with guts. He found the quirky spirit of Prokofiev’s mercurial melodies and brought a robust flute sound”.

Airi Yoshioka


Airi Yoshioka has concertized throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, and Canada. Deeply committed to chamber music, Ms. Yoshioka is the founding member of the Damocles Trio and Modigliani Quartet and has performed and recorded with the members of the Emerson, Brentano, and Arditti Quartets.

Bill Trigg


William Trigg has been performing, composing, and conducting new music for over 25 years. He has premiered solo works by Babbitt, Bouchard, Dlugoszewski, Kupferman, Shapey, & Volans, and was solo marimbist in the New York City Ballet’s premiere production of Michael Torke’s “Echo”.

Moran Katz


First Prize winner of the 2009 Freiburg International Clarinet Competition in Germany, clarinetist Moran Katz performs extensively throughout the United States, Europe and Asia as a soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician.

Alexis Gerlach


Cellist Alexis Pia Gerlach has been lauded by the press for the "gripping emotion" and "powerful artistry" of her interpretations; qualities which have led to a career striking for its wide range of artistic collaborations.

Damian Norfleet

Damian Norfleet is an interdisciplinary performing artist, creator, and collaborator who “brings a full range of emotions” (Boston Globe) and commands the stage with a strong presence,  powerful singing, and "rubber-limbed dancing" (New York Times). Across spoken word, poetry,  and art songs, his output explores language and phonemic awareness.