Brian Kay Named Artistic Leadership Fellow Reply

Brian Kay luteBrian Kay (BM ’13, MM ’15, Lute) has been named the first artistic leadership fellow for Apollo’s Fire. Kay’s responsibilities in 2018-19 center on serving as co-director of the five new Baroque Bistro performances. In addition to his work as a leadership fellow, he will perform on plucked instruments in several AF subscription programs.

Brian Kay Accepts New Positions Reply

Brian KayBrian Kay (BM ’13, MM ’15, Lute) was recently appointed Instructor of Lute in the Historical Performance Dept. at Case Western Reserve University. Kay was also just made a core member of Apollo’s Fire, part of the Cleveland Baroque Orchestra, an ensemble he has guest-directed several times.

Helen-Jean Talbott Featured in Washington Post Reply

Consort AnonHelen-Jean Talbott (MM’ 09, Recorder Performance), a composition student of Judah Adashi (MM ’02, DMA ’11, Composition) and previously a recorder student of Gwyn Roberts, was featured in a Washington Post article about the Maryland Renaissance Festival. Ms. Talbott directs Consort Anon. Cynthia Sutton (MM ’17, Musicology) joined the ensemble last year; she and Ms. Talbott met in Professor Roberts’ Recorder Consort at Peabody.

Amy Domingues and Sonnambula Ensemble Appointed Ensemble in Residence Reply


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Amy Domingues (MM ’12, Viola da Gamba) is a founding member of the early music ensemble Sonnambula, which has been appointed Ensemble in Residence for the 2018-19 season at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Domingues served as faculty at the Madison Early Music Festival in 2017 at the University of Wisconsin,  and at the Viola da Gamba Society of America Conclave in 2018.