Historical Artists Artists

CHARLES WINES – Renaissance musician

Charles Wines is a versatile performer on early woodwinds including recorder, shawm, baroque oboe, dulcian, baroque bassoon, and historical bagpipes. He earned the Bachelor of Music degree in oboe at the University of Central Missouri, the Master of Music in historical oboes at Indiana University, and is currently finishing a...READ MORE

Elisabeth Wright, harpsichord

Elisabeth Wright has performed as a soloist, chamber musician, and continuo improviser at numerous festivals and concert series around the world, including the Boston and Berkeley Early Music festivals, Tage alter Musik, Tanglewood, Mostly Mozart Festival, Aston Magna, Lufthansa of London, Santa Fe, Sydney, Early Music Vancouver, Festival de Musica...READ MORE

SALOME SANDOVAL – GUITAR. LUTE, VOCALIST

Salomé Sandoval sings and plays lutes, as well as early and classical guitars. A native of Venezuela, she holds a Graduate Performance Diploma in Early Music voice and lute thanks to a scholarship awarded by Longy School of Music in Cambridge, MA. She also completed a Master’s in Arts with...READ MORE

Alma Coefman, flute

Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Alma Coefman has performed and taught the flute in Argentina, Italy, Japan, Canada, and the United States.  She was a member of the Philharmonic Orchestra of Buenos Aires (Colón Theatre), the Youth Orchestra of the National Radio of Argentina, the Orchestra of the Catholic University,...READ MORE

Alejandro Rutty, composer, piano, bass guitar

Alejandro Rutty’s compositional output includes orchestral, chamber and mixed-media music, arrangements of Argentine traditional music, and innovative outreach musical projects. A unique feature of Rutty’s music is its affection for textures suggested by modern recording processing techniques, and the use of Tango – a genre he performs as a pianist-and...READ MORE

Lorena Guillén, soprano

Lorena Guillén has been described as a “delicate soprano” by The Washington-Post, The Classical Voice of North Carolina has said that “(she) produces a notably Latin sound, rich and full of expression””sheer perfection” and The Buffalo News has commented about her tango performances in the following terms: “… sung with...READ MORE

Debra Reuter-Pivetta, flute

Hailed for her breathtaking technical skill, intoxicating musicality and deep interpretational understanding, flutist Debra Reuter-Pivetta enjoys a diverse career as soloist, chamber artist, orchestral player, and teacher. A winner in the 1999 Concert Artists Guild Competition, she was the first ever recipient of the Community Concerts Performance Prize. Her other...READ MORE

Sheila A. Browne, viola

A dynamic and versatile artist with American and Irish citizenship, violist Sheila Browne has concertized in many of the world’s major halls as soloist, chamber musician, and as principal of several orchestras, including the Juilliard, Mainz, Freiburg, German-French, and Madrid’s Queen Sofia chamber orchestras; the Kiev Philharmonic; and the New...READ MORE

Paige Whitley-Bauguess/ Stage Director – SERSE

Baroque dancer Paige Whitley-Bauguess interprets, recreates, and performs Baroque theatre dance in venues all over the world as a soloist and with her dance partner Thomas Baird. 2009-2010 performance highlights included a new program created with Thomas Baird for REBEL titled Harlequin Unmasked and a solo program performed with Atlanta...READ MORE

Allison Edberg Nyquist, violin and viola

Allison Edberg Nyquist’s violin playing has been described by The Chicago Sun Times as “impeccable, with unerring intonation and an austere beauty.” She is concertmaster of the Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra and a member of Ensemble Voltaire, The Vivaldi Project, and Baroque Band (Chicago). She performs frequently with Chatham Baroque and...READ MORE