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  1. Andrew Mille

    Andrew Mille


    Andrew Mille began his cello studies in the USC Strings Project in Columbia S.C. at the age of eight. He played for both the South Carolina Youth Philharmonic Orchestra and All State Orchestra during his high school years, and in 2000 was awarded the Harry Lightsey Cello Scholarship to study at the College of Charleston, […]

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  2. Ben Weiss


    A native of Indiana, violist Ben Weiss attended the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music.  During his eight years of study there Mr. Weiss completed his Bachelor of Music degree and Performer Diploma in violin as well as a Performer Diploma in viola. While at Indiana University he was a member of the Richmond Symphony Orchestra, Terre […]

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  3. Chris Teves


    Christopher Teves has performed throughout the United States as a recitalist and as a soloist with orchestras. His career highlights include the Dame Myra Hess Series in Chicago, the Guitar Foundation of America International Festival in Charleston, the Society of Composers Inc. National Conference in Iowa City, the Piccolo Spoleto Festival, performances in New York, […]

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  4. Esther Senft

    Esther Senft


    Esther Senft is from Germany and began learning the recorder and violin at the age of six. Ms. Senft later went on to win two prizes in the national “Jugend Musiziert” music competition as a soloist performing the recorder as well as playing violin as a member of an early music ensemble. She has performed […]

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  5. Gina Litchfield


    Gina is from South Carolina and began studying piano at the age of 7. She continued to pursue music and  received a Bachelor of Music degree from Mercer University in Macon, Georgia with an emphasis in piano performance and music education. For the past 20 years Gina has taught music in public and private schools […]

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  6. Mayumi Nakamura


    Mayumi Nakamura began studying the violin at the age of nine. By age twelve, she was a featured soloist on a live radio broadcast with the Hiroshima Symphony Orchestra. She has performed extensively as a soloist and chamber musician throughout Japan, South Korea, and the United States. Mayumi gave her New York City recital debut […]

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  7. Terry Muir


    Terry Muir has performed as soloist, chamber musician, orchestral member, jazzer and rocker for nearly twenty-five years. As a soloist, Muir has appeared with orchestras in the concertos of Schumann, Dvorak, Haydn, Saint-Saens and Victor Herbert. As chamber musician, Terry co- founded the Hengst Studio Concerts in Seattle with visual artist Jeff Hengst, and the […]

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  8. Regina Yost


    Regina Helcher Yost is currently in her 17th season as Second Flute of the Charleston Symphony Orchestra and 20th season as Assistant Principal Flute/Piccolo of the Colorado Music Festival in Boulder, Colorado.  She also serves as the Adjunct Professor of Flute at Charleston Southern University and core flutist for Chamber Music Charleston.  Mrs. Yost received her Bachelor […]

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