Cameron Sawzin, Cellist

Cellist Cameron Sawzin grew up playing impromptu concerts with her mother, a jazz singer and her brother, a violinist.  She studied at Juilliard prep. with Channing Robbins and Leonard Rose. While at Juilliard, she refined her skills, playing on recording sessions in New York.  She earned her B.M. and M.M. degrees in cello performance from Oberlin College and the New England Conservatory of Music, studying with Richard Kapuscinsky and Lawrence Lesser. Read More

Claudio Ragazzi

Claudio Ragazzi, Resident composer

Claudio attended Berklee College of Music where he graduated Magna Cum Laude and was the recipient of the prestigious Duke Ellington Master’s Award, receiving the Boston Music Awards that same year. Claudio went on to compose music for feature films, documentaries and television commercials as well as undertaking commissioned works for plays and ballets. Read More

Paul Dulude

Paul Dulude, Music Director and Conductor

Paul began his musical studies at the age of nine. He was a pupil in the Attleboro public schools and was initially a violin student, and then a viola student, of the late Louis Ruggeri. He enrolled in the Music Performance program as a student of Joseph Pietropaolo at the University of Lowell. He graduated with his B.M. in 1981. Paul entered the Graduate program at Lowell with a position as Teaching Assistant and was a student of George Neikrug. Read More


Scott Woolweaver, violist

Scott graduated with distinction from the University of Michigan School of Music before moving to Boston for graduate work with Walter Trampler. He was a founding member of the Boston Composers String Quartet, which won the silver medal at the 1993 String Quartet and Chamber Music Festa in Osaka, Japan, and with the Quartet performed across the United States and Europe. He is violist of the award-winning New England Piano Quartette, Boston’s Handel & Haydn Society, Boston Baroque, and spends summers at the Rocky Ridge Music Center in Estes Park (CO), and Adult Chamber Music Seminars at the Interlochen Arts Camp and Kneisel Hall in Blue Hill (ME). Read More


Gerald Mordis, Violinist

Professional Certificate in Violin Performance, Hartt College of Music. Fellow at Tanglewood Music Center. Violin Studies with Joseph Silverstein, Roger Shermont, Joseph McGauley, Sarah Scrivens, Renato Bonnacini, and Victor Yampolsky. First Violin with the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra, the Boston Ballet, the Boston Lyric Opera, and the Landmark Orchestra. Read More


Nando Michelin, Piano

Born in Montevideo, Uruguay, Nando came to Boston to study at Berklee College of Music where he graduated Summa Cum Laude. His discography includes “Facing south” “Common grounds” for Brownstone, “Art” “Chants” “Live at the AJC” and “When Einstein dreams” for Double Time , “Duende” featuring Esperanza Spalding, for Fresh Sound, and “Reencontro” also with Spalding, independently. Read More