Sheila Reid,violinist is a Brandeis University graduate, and has a Masters from Harvard University. A member of the Worcester Symphony Orchestra, Thayer Symphony, and the Milford Symphony Orchestra, she has appeared as concertmaster in all of these organizations. Her ensembles include Duo Divertimento, the Classic String Trio, the Classic String Duo, and the Romantic Harp and Violin. Both chamber and orchestral concerts have been heard in Boston's Symphony Hall and Faneuil Hall, Worcester's Mechanics Hall and Hanover Theater. Sheila has also performed in New York, Washington DC, many European cities, and St. Petersburg, Russia.
Brian Clague,violist pursued his undergraduate studies at Montana State and University of New Mexico. An active performer, he frequently records for Boston Public Television at WGBH. As a violinist, he has served as concertmaster of Boston Chamber Ensemble. He has been heard in Symphony Pro Musica, Civic Symphony of Boston, Brookline Symphony, Worcester Symphony Orchestra, and New Philharmonia. Brian has toured the USA, Europe, Russia, Poland, and Japan.
Mary Carfagna, cellist received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from California Institute of the Arts, Masters of Music from St. Louis Conservatory and an Artist's Diploma from Brandeis University. Ms. Carfagna has appeared as soloist with the North Shore Philharmonic, Trinity College Concert Series, and the Elizabeth Carpenter Concert Series. Mary was principal cellist with Boston Civic Symphony and Lexington Sinfonietta. She currently performs with Boston Lyric Opera, Thayer Symphony, Trio Mas Musica, the Classic String Trio, and Classic String Duo.
Carl Kamp, classical guitarist is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts. Solo performances include Clark University, College of the Holy Cross, University of Massachusetts, Worcester Art Museum, WICN-FM, WCUW Channel 13, Higgins Armory Museum, and First Night Worcester. In New York City he was heard in concert at the Baruch College, and the National Arts Club. In addition to the Duo Divertimento, his ensembles include two guitars, guitar and mandolin, as well as flute and guitar. Carl has played in Europe and South America.
Sorana A. Scarlat, harpist, Rumanian born and educated, Sorana holds a B.A. from the Academy of Music in Bucharest. She has participated in World Harp Congresses in Denmark and USA. Sorana has been heard in the Florida Philharmonic Orchestra, Mobile Symphony Orchestra, Symphony of Southeast Texas, and the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra. She has appeared as a soloist with orchestras in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, and New York.