A native of Detroit, Michigan, Andrew Madej earned a B.M. from Oberlin College and an M.M. from the New England Conservatory of Music where he studied with renowned performers and pedagogues Wesley Jacobs, James DeSano, Ronald Bishop and Mike Roylance.
Colombian guitarist, arranger and educator, Daniel Gaviria, left the Andes Mountains for the Green Mountains of Vermont, and is excited to be sharing his love and knowledge of music with fellow musicians, audiences and guitar students. While studying classical guitar at the Central University in Bogota, his musicality and virtuosic playing brought him national acclaim as the winner of several competitions, such as the Luis Angel Arango Young Interpreters’ Competition, the Fernando Sor Guitar Festival Competition.
Jason is currently a member of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago, and is finishing up a Graduate Certificate in Percussion Performance at DePaul University.
Faculty members at New England Music Camp are carefully chosen for both their achievements as professional performers and their recognition for excellence in teaching. We live in a close knit community where we dine family style and many of our faculty enjoy joining the campers on the recreation fields.
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Christopher Brigham is an American horn player currently living in Germany. Christopher first obtained his bachelor's degree from the Hartt School of the University of Hartford in 2013, where he studied with David Wakefield and Susan Spaulding.
Mr. Larsen holds a Bachelor of Music in trumpet performance from Old Dominion University, studying with Dr. William Bartolotta, and a Master of Music in trumpet performance from Rice University, studying with Armando Ghitalla. Mr. Larsen regularly performs with the New Haven Symphony, Waterbury Symphony, Ridgefield Symphony, Wallingford Symphony, Nutmeg Symphony, and Berkshire Jazz Orchestra.
Pianist Sehee Lee, a native of Korea, is a collaborative pianist and chamber musician. She is Lecturer of Piano and Collaborative piano at Texas A&M University -Kingsville. Dr. Lee has appeared as a collaborative pianist and soloist in a variety of venues across the United States, Germany, Luxembourg, Mexico and Korea.