Korean-born flutist, Hye Sung Choe is currently pursuing a doctoral degree at the Eastman School of Music studying with Bonita Boyd. After completing her Bachelor's degree at Seoul National University she received Master of Music degree and the Performer's Certificate with unanimous vote from the Eastman School She has won numerous awards and competitions, including Byron Hester Solo Flute Competition, Korean National Flute Association Competition, Dong-ah Music Competition, Chosun Music Competition, and Korean National Woodwind Competition, and she is currently an alternate finalist in world-renowned Haynes International Competition. She has also appeared in many recitals in Seoul, Rochester, and Houston. And performed with numerous orchestras such as Seoul Arts Orchestra, Seoul National University Trombone Ensemble and Seoul Civic Youth Orchestra. Her performance with Grammy Award winning Ying Quartet in Sanibel Island Music Festival was broadcasted nationally through FM radio. She has held the principal flute position in Seoul Civic Youth Orchestra, Eastman Philharmonia, Eastman Wind Ensemble and served as guest principal flutist in Euro-Asian Orchestra in summer of 2005. Jeffrey Stephenson, oboist, has performed across the United States and Canada as a soloist, orchestral performer and chamber musician. Currently a senior at the Eastman School of Music as a student of Richard Killmer, he will receive the Bachelor of Music Degree and Performer's Certificate and will further his studies at Rice University, in pursuit of his Master of Music Degree. Mr. Stephenson currently performs as the youngest member of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, playing primarily second oboe and occasionally solo English horn and acting principal oboe. Originally from Columbia, South Carolina, he has performed with the South Carolina Philharmonic Orchestra and the Greenville Ballet, and was the first prize recipient of the 2000 Southeastern Young Artist Competition. He has participated in the Norfolk and Sarasota Chamber Music Festivals, the National Orchestral Institute, the Banff Music and Sound Program, and festivals in Brevard, North Carolina and Sewannee, Tennessee. Johannes Müller-Stosch received his DMA from the Eastman School in Rochester, New York where he studied conducting and organ. After winning the coveted Strader Organ Competition in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1997, he received two Master of Music degrees in organ performance and orchestral conducting at the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) on full-tuition scholarship. In 2001 he became the conducting assistant to Paavo Järvi at the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and to James Conlon at the Cincinnati May Festival. Since then he has worked as guest conductor and member of the conducting and coaching staff of the Opera Theatre in Lucca, Italy. His interests in early music led him to study with Ton Koopman in Ottobeuren, Germany and concert tours as soloist and collaborative artist took him throughout Germany, Italy, Chile and Japan.