The New Baroque Soloists
Joel Pitchon, violin, is an Associate Professor of violin and chamber music at Smith College in Massachusetts.  He is the former concertmaster of the Barcelona Symphony and the EOS Chamber Orchestra (NY) among others.  The New York Times has called him "superb."  To read more about Mr. Pitchon, please use the following link:
Gregory Hayes, organ and harpsicord, has participated regularly in the New England Bach Festival and the Marlboro Music Festival, and on the Mohawk Trail Concert series in Massachusetts.  He has played keyboard continuo with the Springfield, Vermont and Albany Symphony Orchestras, as well as with the Orchestra of St. Luke's.  A resident of Goshen, Massachusetts since 1991, he has taught piano and occasionally harpsicord, at Dartmouth University.  To read more about Mr. Hayes, please visit the following link:
Ronald Feldman, cello, a West Stockbridge resident, now devotes his musical energies to conducting (The Berkshire Symphony) and chamber music.  Prior to that, he was a distinguished member of the Boston Symphony, having been the youngest cellist to join the orchestra.
Douglas Myers, trumpet and horn, Artistic Director, has been solo trumpet in orchestras in the United States, Europe and Asia, before turning his attention to a career as soloist and chamber musician.  He specializes in the newly invented corno da caccia, or piccolo French horn.  The New York Times says he "played with sheer musicianship...beautiful sound."  To read more about Mr. Myers, please use the following link:
Ellen Katz Willner, oboe, is one of the country's leading oboists.  She is a member of the American Ballet Theatre orchestra and performs as oboe soloist with The New Baroque Soloists as well as with many other distinguished chamber music groups.
Ben Woodward, keyboards, is active in the New York area as organist, pianist, conductor, ccoach, teacher and musicologist.  Ben is a graduate of Trinity College, Cambridge in the UK,  and recently received the an Honorary Masters degree from his alma mater.
Yuko Naito, violin, a native of Japan performs throughout the world as a soloist and chamber musician.  She has performed at the Aspen Music Festival, Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, Tanglewood and the Piccolo Spoleto festival.  Earlier, Miss Naito was a member of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.
Greg Whitaker, trumpet and horn, performs regularly with the Boston Pops, The Boston Symphony, the Boston Classical Orchestra, the Boston Lyric Opera, the Boston Ballet, the Handel and Haydn Society and the Bach Orchestra at Emmanuel Church.  He has performed with many of the world's leading composers, including Seiji Ozawa, James Levine, Kurt Masur, Sir Simon Rattle, Michael Tilson Thiomas, Trevor Pinnock, Christopher Hogwood, John Williams and many more.