Maria Flurry

A versatile percussionist, Maria Flurry treats audiences to a blend of consummate musicianship and captivating performance style. Ms. Flurry is an award-winning concerto performer and juried Roster Member of the Arizona Commission on the Arts.

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Peter Mueller

Peter Mueller currently works as an Adjunct Instructor and Staff Accompanist for Yavapai College. Prior to moving to Prescott, he taught music theory, music appreciation, world music, counterpoint, and applied trombone at the University of West Georgia and the University of Arizona.

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Jackson Nichols

Student musician Jackson Nichols’ resume is impressive, from education to performance participation and any number of awards.  However, it is his summary of “Future Plans” that gives you an idea of just what music means to him.

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Scott Richardson

Scott Richardson is a native of Las Vegas, Nevada. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 1983 where he studied with former Boston Symphony bass clarinetist Felix Viscuglia.

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Ryan Gastonguay

Born and raised in the Prescott area, Ryan began piano lessons at the age of four and later picked up the French Horn in middle school when he noticed there was a need in the concert band.

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David Wise

Originally from New Haven, CT, Dave is a multitalented musician and violist with a lively passion for music; classical, folk, hiphop, jazz, and anything else you can dance to.

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LeAnne Lawhead

LeAnne is a former member of the Flagstaff Symphony and currently performs with the Prescott Pops Symphony, the Prescott Chamber Orchestra and the Verde Valley Sinfonietta. LeAnne also enjoys playing with other local chamber groups and ensembles throughout the year.

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Evelyn Parker

Evelyn has played with the Yavapai College Orchestra and was a founding member of the Prescott Chamber Players Society. She is currently playing with the Prescott POPS Symphony and the Prescott Chamber Orchestra.

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Mathew Lanning

Mathew Lanning established an interest in classical music at the age of five when he began studying the piano. The scope of his interest expanded two years later when he began studying the cello and again with an introduction to the oboe while still in junior high.

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Sharon Keene

Sharon studied with Edward Seferian at the University of Puget Sound, while playing under Harry L. Davidson of Tacoma Community College Orchestra. This led to the National Symphony Orchestra of the Dominican Republic,

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