Violinist Sabrina Tabby, from Philadelphia, developed a fondness for chamber music at a very young age, playing regularly with her twin sister. In high school, they were featured on National Public Radio’s From the Top radio series and television show at Carnegie Hall. While at Bard College Conservatory of Music, Sabrina performed across four continents as concertmaster of and soloist with the Conservatory Orchestra, in chamber groups, as well as in various Baroque and New Music ensembles. In addition to her degree in performance, Sabrina also received a Bachelor’s degree in French Studies. While pursuing her Master’s Degree from Northwestern University she continued to be recognized for her fine playing as a soloist and chamber musician.
A founding member (2010) of the NYC-based new music ensemble, Contemporaneous, she is prominently featured on the Innova Recordings album Stream of Stars: Music of Dylan Mattingly. Sabrina continues to travel the world actively seeking to play music of all styles, often with her husband, conductor and violist Ernesto Estigarribia. She made her solo debut in Paraguay in July of 2018 with the Orquesta Sinfonica del Congreso Nacional de Paraguay, the same year she joined the Quad City Symphony Orchestra’s violin section. When not performing, practicing, or teaching, Sabrina’s favorite activity is concocting (and devouring) delicious plant-based creations in the kitchen.
Aaron is a gifted singer-songwriter from Naples, NY who has been a professional musician since age 16.
Anya Wilkening has studied violin since she was 5 years of age and continues her musical engagement as a performer, scholar and teacher of music.
ATLYS is a four-woman, classically trained, unique crossover string quartet.
Canadian violinist Christina Bouey is hailed by The New York Times for playing “beautifully,” described by the New York Post reviewer as having “spun out…[a] shimmering tune.”
From 1999 until its final season in 2013, Mr. Greensmith was a member of the world-renowned Tokyo String Quartet.
Praised as “master of the strong lines,” concert violist Colin Brookes is a native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he made his solo debut with the Pittsburgh Symphony at the age of 17