Musicians

is a graduate of Uenogakuen Junior High and High School Music courses, and College with a B.M. in piano performance. She received the highest honor among the graduating seniors and performed in the 52nd New Professionals Concert Series sponsored by Yomiuri Times in Tokyo. She studied for two years at Biola University, where she received the Outstanding Musician’s Award (1986-87), Outstanding Pianist Award (1985-86), and was chosen to play in the Honors Concerto Concert (1986). 

is a graduate of Uenogakuen Junior High and High School Music courses, and College with a B.M. in piano performance. She received the highest honor among the graduating seniors and performed in the 52nd New Professionals Concert Series sponsored by Yomiuri Times in Tokyo. She studied for two years at Biola University, where she received the Outstanding Musician’s Award (1986-87), Outstanding Pianist Award (1985-86), and was chosen to play in the Honors Concerto Concert (1986). 

is a String Area Coordinator, conducts the Biola Symphony Orchestra, and teaches cello, music history and world music cultures. He is an active performer as a solo cellist, chamber musician, guest conductor and chamber music clinician with performances throughout the U. S., Mexico, Europe, and Asia. For the past 13 years he has performed chamber recitals and conducted concerto concerts with the internationally famed pianist of the Beaux Arts Trio, Menahem Pressler, Biola University’s Distinguished Artist-in-Residence.

is a String Area Coordinator, conducts the Biola Symphony Orchestra, and teaches cello, music history and world music cultures. He is an active performer as a solo cellist, chamber musician, guest conductor and chamber music clinician with performances throughout the U. S., Mexico, Europe, and Asia. For the past 13 years he has performed chamber recitals and conducted concerto concerts with the internationally famed pianist of the Beaux Arts Trio, Menahem Pressler, Biola University’s Distinguished Artist-in-Residence.

graduated in 1986, with a Master’s Degree in Performance and Literature in Trumpet, and was awarded the coveted Performer’s Certificate for outstanding performance. Currently Mr. Feller is the Head of Winds and Percussion at the Biola University Conservatory of Music. Most recently, he was a guest soloist for an orchestral solo and recital tour to China and has a standing invitation to return every year.

graduated in 1986, with a Master’s Degree in Performance and Literature in Trumpet, and was awarded the coveted Performer’s Certificate for outstanding performance. Currently Mr. Feller is the Head of Winds and Percussion at the Biola University Conservatory of Music. Most recently, he was a guest soloist for an orchestral solo and recital tour to China and has a standing invitation to return every year.

is Director of Biola’s Conservatory of Music, and a graduate of the Eastman School of Music, holding a doctorate of musical arts in piano performance and literature. He has appeared as soloist with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Boulder Chamber Players, Alfred University Orchestra and Houghton College Philharmonica. He has collaborated with members of various major orchestras, including the Boston Symphony Orchestra, St. Louis Orchestra, Rochester Philharmonic and the Chinese National Orchestra. 


is Director of Biola’s Conservatory of Music, and a graduate of the Eastman School of Music, holding a doctorate of musical arts in piano performance and literature. He has appeared as soloist with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Boulder Chamber Players, Alfred University Orchestra and Houghton College Philharmonica. He has collaborated with members of various major orchestras, including the Boston Symphony Orchestra, St. Louis Orchestra, Rochester Philharmonic and the Chinese National Orchestra. 

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