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    • Creative Business
    Massachusetts
    Primary Discipline: 
    Music - Solo / Recital
    • Artist
    Massachusetts
    Primary Discipline: 
    Music - Solo / Recital
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Artist (Individual)

    Cellist Rebecca Hartka has concertized for over a decade in venues throughout the United States with international appearances in Cuba, Italy, Vietnam and Thailand.

    • Artist
    Vermont
    Primary Discipline: 
    Music - Solo / Recital
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Performing Groups
    • Artist
    Massachusetts
    Primary Discipline: 
    Music - Solo / Recital
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Artist (Individual)

    improv piano

    • Cultural Nonprofit
    Maine
    Primary Discipline: 
    Music - Solo / Recital
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Fairs / Festivals
    • Artist
    Massachusetts
    Primary Discipline: 
    Music - Solo / Recital
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Artist (Individual)

    Following her London debut at Wigmore Hall, Israeli-born pianist Sally Pinkas has garnered universal acclaim for her performances as soloist and chamber musician.

    • Artist
    Vermont
    Primary Discipline: 
    Music - Solo / Recital
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Performing Groups
    • Artist
    Maine
    Primary Discipline: 
    Music - Solo / Recital
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Artist (Individual)

    Sean is an acclaimed guitarist whose performances specialize in solo finger-style and jazz guitar fused with modern dance. Workshops feature improvisation, stylistic technique and injury prevention.

    • Artist
    Vermont
    Primary Discipline: 
    Music - Solo / Recital
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Performing Groups
    • Artist
    Massachusetts
    Primary Discipline: 
    Music - Solo / Recital
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Performing Groups

    The New York Times wrote, "With a bow and fingers as light as feathers Stephen Katz makes a cello bring out meanings you might not have suspected were there." 

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