Love in Venice

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  • KATHIE STEWART, baroque flute

    Hailed as a virtuoso by the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Kathie Stewart is a founding member and principal flute of Apollo’s Fire: The Cleveland Baroque Orchestra. An advocate of the baroque flute as a mainstream instrument, Stewart serves as Teacher of Baroque Flute at the Cleveland Institute of Music, Kulas Visiting Artist at Case Western Reserve ... Read more

  • OLIVIER BRAULT, violin

    from Terrebonne, Québec, brings communicative enthusiasm and scholarship to concerts throughout Canada, Europe and the United States. In addition to directing the ensemble Sonate 1704, he performs as musical director with Les Goûts Réunis in Luxembourg, as a member of Four Nations Ensemble in New York, and as soloist with many Montréal-based ensembles including Ensemble ... Read more

  • OWEN MCINTOSH, tenor

    Acclaimed as a “lovely, tender high tenor” by the New York Times, Owen McIntosh has enjoyed a diverse career of chamber music and solo performance ranging from bluegrass to reggae, heavy metal to art song, and opera to oratorio. A native of remote Northern California, Mr. McIntosh has shared the stage with the country’s finest ... Read more

  • ERICA SCHULLER, soprano

    Praised for her lively personality, abundant charm, and luscious vocalism (Chicago Tribune), soprano Erica Schuller is a versatile performer, bringing committed artistry to a broad musical repertory. Her particular affinity for Baroque repertoire has brought her increasing attention from some of the country’s finest Early Music ensembles. Upcoming engagements include roles with The Boston Early ... Read more

  • AMANDA POWELL, soprano

    is praised for her “inspirational and expressive singing” (Classical Candor) and “abundant vocal technique” (ClevelandClassical.com). She enjoys a diverse performance career including classical, folk, jazz and global music. She holds a degree in vocal performance with an opera concentration from Shenandoah Conservatory and a certificate in jazz improvisation from the Jazz in July Institute (University ... Read more