2016-17 Artists Artists

Jonathan Randazzo, trombone

In October of 2010, Jonathan Randazzo was appointed Assistant Principal Trombone of the North Carolina Symphony while in pursuit of his Bachelor of Music Degree in performance at the New England Conservatory of Music. Graduating in May of 2011, Jonathan studied with Norman Bolter, former Second Trombonist with the Boston...READ MORE

Alex Fioto, trumpet

Alex Fioto enjoys a multifaceted career as a professional trumpet player in Raleigh, NC. He received a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Michigan and a Master of Music degree from Rice University where he studied with William Campbell and Marie Speziale, respectively. Alex has performed with the...READ MORE

Loretta O’Sullivan, cello

Ms. O’Sullivan who performs on Baroque, Classical, and modern cello is one of America’s most honored and valued continuo players and is equally admired for her poetic and refined interpretations of the solo cello repertory from its earliest days through the 19th century. She has played key roles in chamber...READ MORE

Cameron Britt

N. Cameron Britt is a composer, percussionist and instrument builder from Raleigh, NC. His current preoccupation is the vibraphone, and using technology to make it do things it can’t naturally. To that end, he invented the EMvibe, a hybrid electronic/acoustic instrument that affords unprecedented control over the acoustic properties of...READ MORE

Jessica Kunttu

Bassoonist Jessica Kunttu holds degrees from UNC-Chapel Hill (B.M., B.A.) and Stony Brook University (M.M., D.M.A.). Her primary teachers include Mark Popkin, John Pederson, and Frank Morelli. As a performer, Jessica plays regularly with the North Carolina Symphony, the Hamptons Festival Orchestra, and the North Shore ProMusica, as well as...READ MORE

Andrew Warwick

Andrew Warwick is an active performer and educator in central North Carolina and beyond.  As an orchestral musician, he has played with the North Carolina Symphony, Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle, North Carolina Opera and Ballet.  As a chamber musician, Andrew has been recently featured as a “Young Artist” at...READ MORE

Richard Seraphinoff, horn

A native of Detroit, Michigan, Richard Seraphinoff holds degrees in horn performance from Wayne State University and Indiana University. Among his horn teachers are Lowell Greer, Philip Farkas, Meir Rimon, Francis Orval, Michael Hatfield, Myron Bloom and Eugene Wade. In September of 1986 he was appointed to the faculty of...READ MORE


CELESTE HOLLER-SERAPHINOFF earned undergraduate and graduate degrees from the Indiana University School of Music studying horn, viola and early music performance and MBA coursework through the IU School of Business. She was an associate instructor under Thomas Binkley, founder of the IU Early Music Institute. She has performed with numerous...READ MORE

Kenneth Slowik, cello, viola da gamba, baryton

Artistic Director of the Smithsonian Chamber Music Society, Kenneth Slowik first established his international reputation primarily as a cellist and viola da gamba player through his work with the Smithsonian Chamber Players, Castle Trio, Smithson String Quartet, Axelrod Quartet, and with Anner Bylsma’s L’Archibudelli. Conductor of the Smithsonian Chamber Orchestra...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