Passion, excitement and innovation are the hallmarks of internationally acclaimed violinist NADJA SALERNO-SONNENBERG’s artistry. Praised for her compelling performances, daring interpretations and electric stage presence, she is renowned for her work on stage and in the recording studio.

Having served as Resident Artist at Loyola University, College of Music and Fine Arts, New Orleans to great success for the last two seasons, Salerno-Sonnenberg now adds the official title of Extraordinary Faculty/ Director of Chamber Orchestra to her storied career. Salerno-Sonnenberg has expanded her career over the past three seasons to share her experience and knowledge as a performing musician in guest residencies at universities throughout the country, building on her recent acclaimed nine-season tenure as music director of the San Francisco-based New Century Chamber Orchestra.  At Loyola, she continues her work with The Loyola Strings, the new conductor-less string orchestra she introduced in her first year of Residency, as well as on/off campus teaching and performances with Loyola students and faculty.

A powerful and creative presence on the recording scene, Salerno-Sonnenberg continues to add to the offerings of her own record label, NSS Music, which she started in 2005. In addition to her over 20 releases on the EMI and Nonesuch labels, Salerno-Sonnenberg has also made several recordings for NSS MUSIC, featuring both concerto and chamber pieces. Her latest release, From A To Z, is an all-commissions CD featuring violin concertos by Clarice Assad, William Bolcom, Michael Daugherty and Ellen Taaffe Zwilich, all commissioned by New Century since Salerno-Sonnenberg joined the ensemble.

Salerno-Sonnenberg’s exceptional artistry is paired with great musical intelligence which, along with her unique personality, have served her well in numerous environments – she has hosted the Backstage/Live from Lincoln Center program for PBS, appeared in the PBS/BBC series The Mind, and with Big Bird on Sesame Street. She was the subject of the 2000 Academy Award-nominated film, Speaking in Strings, an intensely personal documentary on her life, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, was released in theaters nationwide, and subsequently premiered on HBO’s Signatures channel in 1999. On the publishing front, Salerno-Sonnenberg: On My Way, her autobiography written for children discussing her experiences as a young musician building a career, was published by Crown Books in 1989. Salerno-Sonnenberg has appeared in numerous publications ranging from The Strad, Gramophone and Strings to The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Huffington Post.

Salerno-Sonnenberg’s professional career began in 1981 when she won the Walter W. Naumburg International Violin Competition. Among her recent honors is having Saturday, May 20, 2017, declared Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg Day by the Mayor of the City and County of San Francisco in honor of contributions to “the vitality of our City and the dedicated work” she carried out as music director of New Century Chamber Orchestra, and New Orleans Magazine declared her one of its Top Female Achievers in its June 2017 issue. Other recognitions include a 1983 Avery Fisher Career Grant, and being named 1988 Ovations Debut Recording Artist of the Year. In 1999, Nadja was honored with the prestigious Avery Fisher Prize, awarded to instrumentalists who have demonstrated “outstanding achievement and excellence in music.” In May of that same year, she was awarded an honorary Master of Musical Arts from the New Mexico State University, the first honorary degree the university has ever awarded. An American citizen, Salerno-Sonnenberg was born in Rome and emigrated to the U.S. at the age of 8 to study at The Curtis Institute of Music. She later studied with Dorothy DeLay at The Juilliard School.

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Michael Kris returns for his tenth season as second trombone at the Eastern Music Festival. In addition to the Eastern Festival Orchestra, Kris holds the position of Bass Trombone with the North Carolina Jazz Repertory Orchestra and Principal Trombone of the North Carolina Opera Orchestra, Carolina Ballet Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle. He is a former member of the North Carolina Symphony, serving as both Principal Trombone and Second Trombone and has performed with several orchestras throughout the eastern United States.

Apart from his large ensemble work, Mr. Kris is an active soloist and clinician performing and teaching internationally. Most recently, he presented concerts and master classes in London at Kings College Chapel, Universität Mozarteum in Austria, and at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Rostock, Germany. At the University of North Carolina, Mr. Kris is a Senior Lecturer in Music teaching low brass and chamber music. His research focuses on the use of trombone in ensemble music of the late Renaissance and chamber music of the early Baroque.

Mr. Kris attended McNeese State University earning a Bachelor of Music Education followed by a Master of Music in Trombone Performance at the Cincinnati College/Conservatory of Music. His principal teachers are William G. Rose and Tony Chipurn, Principal Trombone (retired) of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.

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Originally from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Meredith Johnson is the Principal Bassist of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, a position he has held since 2004. Meredith began studying the double bass with Edgar Meyer at Vanderbilt University while pursuing a degree in English Literature. He received his Masters in Music Performance from Boston University where he studied with Todd Seeber and Edwin Barker of the Boston Symphony. He was then a fellow of the New World Symphony before moving to Philadelphia to study privately with Hal Robinson, principal bassist of the Philadelphia Orchestra. Meredith has performed across the United States, Canada, and Europe with numerous festival orchestras, the Symphonies of Charleston and Atlanta, and most recently, the prestigious All Stars Orchestra in a series of television recordings for PBS. He has appeared with many of Manitoba’s premier ensembles including Agassiz Chamber Music, Camerata Nova, The Manitoba Chamber Orchestra and The Winnipeg Chamber Music Society. Meredith has been featured on CBC radio’s The Signal; and along with his duties with the WSO, teaches at Memorial University (NL), the University of Manitoba. He has been a member of the EMF faculty since 2001.

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Mr. Decker is currently in his second season as the Assistant Principal Percussionist of the North Carolina Symphony and will begin his appointment in Seattle in 2016. Prior to winning his position at the North Carolina Symphony, Decker was a fellow of the New World Symphony during the 2013-2014 season. His resume also includes concert appearances with the New York Philharmonic,Malaysian PhilharmonicColumbus Indiana Philharmonic and the Battle Creek Symphony in Michigan. With Battle Creek, he made his solo debut in 2009, performing Russell Peck's triple percussion concerto "The Glory and the Grandeur." Mr. Decker was a 2011 fellow at the Tanglewood Music Center and also spent summers at the Music Academy of the West and Round Top Festival.

A native of Seymour, Indiana, he began his musical training with Paul Berns of the Indianapolis Symphony. Mr. Decker studied at the Manhattan School of Music with Christopher Lamb, Duncan Patton and She-e Wu. He also attended Roosevelt University, where he studied with Vadim Karpinos. Mr. Decker has worked with conductors Michael Tilson Thomas, Kurt Masur, Christoph Eschenbach, Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos, Ludovic Morlot and had the privilege of performing in a master class with Yo-Yo Ma. A winner of the 2010 Kerope Zildjian Scholarship and a finalist in the 2009 Atlanta Snare Drum Competition, Mr. Decker is also an avid enthusiast of novelty and ragtime music of the early 1900s with a special interest in the xylophone repertoire of the time.

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Cellist Marta Simidtchieva is an active soloist, chamber musician, and teacher. Dr. Simidtchieva is currently an associate professor of cello at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, where she is also a member of the LeClaire Piano Trio. A native of Bourgas, Bulgaria and graduate of the Bulgarian State Academy of Music in Sofia, she earned her doctorate of music from Florida State University where she was a student of Lubomir Georgiev, a member of the Eppes String Quartet, and principal cellist with the University Symphony Orchestra with whom she also appeared as a soloist several times, most notably performing the Vivaldi Concerto for Two Cellos with vocalist Bobby McFerrin. The recipient of numerous awards and prizes, including the 2002 Florida State Doctoral Concerto Competition, Dr. Simidtchieva has been a member of, or performed with, the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra, New Symphony Orchestra (Sofia, Bulgaria), Orlando Philharmonic, Columbus (Georgia) Symphony, Eastern Festival Orchestra, the Wildwood Opera Festival, and the Bulgarian New Music Festival.

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With unparalleled technical, musical and communication skills, Marika Bournaki is at once, a world class performer, outstanding pianist, vivacious young woman... and the freshest face on the classical music scene. Marika's innovative approach to her art and performance is reflected in her recent collaboration, "Let's Play", with cutting-edge and world-renowned multimedia creative shop, Moment Factory. Her role as Ambassador to the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal's summer event, "A Cool Classical Journey" was an exceptional opportunity to explore new and exciting ways to share her music with the public. Marika not only brings distinctive interpretations to favourite standards, she also extends her passion for music by commissioning works by younger composers and collaborating with artists from various fields.

Recent performances include a recital at the Onassis Cultural Centre in Athens, Greece, a recital at Plaza Hidalgo in Mexico, a benefit recital for the Glenn Gould Foundation at New York's Carnegie Hall, a guest solo appearance in Montreal with the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal, recitals at the National Arts Center in Ottawa, at the Flanders Festival in Belgium, the Konzert Accordate Series in Aachen Germany, the EMMA Concert Association in Florida, Chamber Music Northwest in Oregon, and the Luminato Festival in Toronto. Other engagements include performances with the St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra in Russia, as well as recitals in South Korea, Romania, Italy, Switzerland, and England. Marika holds a Bachelor's degree from the Juilliard School of Music, in New York. She participated in the International Academy Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria, as well as the Internationale Mendelssohn Akademie in Leipzig, playing in master classes for Dmitri Bashkirov, Andras Schiff, Karl-Heinz Kammerling and Arie Vardi.

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With unparalleled technical, musical and communication skills, Marika Bournaki is at once, a world class performer, outstanding pianist, vivacious young woman... and the freshest face on the classical music scene. Marika's innovative approach to her art and performance is reflected in her recent collaboration, "Let's Play", with cutting-edge and world-renowned multimedia creative shop, Moment Factory. Her role as Ambassador to the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal's summer event, "A Cool Classical Journey" was an exceptional opportunity to explore new and exciting ways to share her music with the public. Marika not only brings distinctive interpretations to favourite standards, she also extends her passion for music by commissioning works by younger composers and collaborating with artists from various fields.

Recent performances include a recital at the Onassis Cultural Centre in Athens, Greece, a recital at Plaza Hidalgo in Mexico, a benefit recital for the Glenn Gould Foundation at New York's Carnegie Hall, a guest solo appearance in Montreal with the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal, recitals at the National Arts Center in Ottawa, at the Flanders Festival in Belgium, the Konzert Accordate Series in Aachen Germany, the EMMA Concert Association in Florida, Chamber Music Northwest in Oregon, and the Luminato Festival in Toronto. Other engagements include performances with the St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra in Russia, as well as recitals in South Korea, Romania, Italy, Switzerland, and England. Marika holds a Bachelor's degree from the Juilliard School of Music, in New York. She participated in the International Academy Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria, as well as the Internationale Mendelssohn Akademie in Leipzig, playing in master classes for Dmitri Bashkirov, Andras Schiff, Karl-Heinz Kammerling and Arie Vardi.

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Marc Facci is currently principal double bassist with the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra and the Tulsa Opera Orchestra. He also was associate principal bassist with the former Tulsa Philharmonic Orchestra and has been a member of The Florida Orchestra and the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Facci received his B.S. from the State University of New York at Fredonia and M.M. from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music where he studied with Barry Green. He has also studied with Peter Rofé and Walter Botti. Mr. Facci has been a faculty member at EMF since 1989.

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Professor of Double Bass at the Universidade Federal da Paraíba (Brazil), Luciano Carneiro, received his Doctoral of Musical Arts degree from The University of Iowa, Master of Music from Yale University where he studied with double bass virtuoso Gary Karr. He received his Bachelor of Music degree from the New England Conservatory of Music, and has also attended the Franz Liszt Academy at Budapest and the University of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil).

His major teachers were Diana Gannett, Gary Karr, William Rhein, Zoltan Tibay, and Bela Wurtzler. He has been Principal bass of the Orquestra Sinfônica do Estado de São Paulo, Orquestra Sinfônica do Rio Grande do Norte and The Eastern Philharmonic Orchestra as well as the double bass section of The Virginia Symphony and the Hartford Symphony Orchestra. He has been a faculty member of the Eastern Music Festival since 1989. He is the recipient of the 1996-97 Henry and Parker Pelzer Award for strings.

Mr. Carneiro has appeared as Soloist with many major orchestras in South America, and presented numerous performances in his native Brazil and in the United States.

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Les Roettges has been the principal flute for the Eastern Music Festival since 2002 and also serves as the coordinator for the faculty chamber series. During the year he is the principal flute for the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra. He is also the second flute for Maestro Schwarz’s All-Star Orchestra project.  A native of Ohio, Mr. Roettges became a student of The Cleveland Orchestra's Maurice Sharp at age 15. He holds a bachelor's degree from the New England Conservatory and a master's from The Juilliard School, and he studied for a year in Paris. His teachers include Paula Robison, Julius Baker, Alain Marion, and Robert Stallman. Mr. Roettges was the winner of the first annual James Papoutsakis Memorial Flute Competition. He is a regular participant in the Amelia Island (FL) Chamber Festival, and the Saint Augustine (FL) Festival and has participated in the Colorado Music Festival, the Bowdoin (Maine) Chamber Music Festival, and the Los Angeles Philharmonic Institute. Before taking the position in Jacksonville, he performed as the principal flute for the Philharmonic Orchestra of Mexico City, Solisti New York, the Opera Ensemble of New York, Bel Canto Opera Company of New York, the Boston Philharmonic, and many other freelance orchestras in New York and Boston.

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