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HSM 15th Anniversary

Celebration Concert

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Tuesday August 23 | 7:00 pm

Lutheran Church of Our Savior Fellowship Hall

Corner of Wayne Ave & Wood Lane, Haddonfield

The faculty and professional colleagues of HSM present a performance spanning hundreds of years of music. From classical to jazz, rock, pop, Celtic and Broadway, there will be something for everyone to enjoy.

Come out for an evening of music of every genre presented by some of the area's finest musicians and friends of the arts! Click here to meet the performers

Tickets:

  • Admit One: $10.00

  • Unlimited Family & Friends Pass: $20.00 (Bring as many guests as you'd like!)

 

Performers

 

Robert Bradshaw, Violin

Rob is a violinist, conductor, composer, public speaker and teacher. He is a graduate of Rowan University, where he was first violin and later principal second violin of the Rowan University Orchestra and String Ensemble.

 

Currently a member of the South Jersey Pops Orchestra, he has also performed with The Garden State Pops Orchestra, The Jubilate Deo Chorale and Orchestra, numerous musical theater pit orchestras, The Haddonfield Strings and is a former member of the Joseph A. Ferko String Band.

 

He has appeared at venues such as Carnegie Hall, The Kimmel Center in Philadelphia, Lincoln Center in New York, EPCOT Center in Walt Disney World, Universal Studios in Orlando, The Scottish Rite Auditorium, The Wells Fargo Center and The Spectrum.

Director

Shaina Lore, Piano

Shaina holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Westminster Choir

College with a specialization in piano pedagogy.

 

She has been teaching music for over ten years in both classroom

and group settings, having coached and educated adults and children alike.

 

As both a pianist and vocalist, she has performed venues such as New York's Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall as well as the Trenton War Memorial and The New Jersey Performing Arts Center.

 

She has received prestigious awards from The National Federation of Music Clubs and The National Guild of Piano Players.

Piano Department Chair

Nathaniel Wiseley, Guitar

Nat Wiseley is a performer, instructor, coach, producer, composer and arranger. He is the Guitar Department Chair at the Haddonfield School of Music, having developed a program that boasts unparalleled performance opportunities for aspiring musicians. He holds a degree in Jazz Performance from Rowan University and performs with several area bands, including The Wretched (a tribute to Nine Inch Nails) and his original band The Division, where he composes and performs with Lillian and Reid.

Guitar Department Chair

Jill Bradshaw, Voice

Jill is a graduate of Rowan University with a bachelors in music and music education with a concentration in vocal studies. She is a full-time elementary music teacher for the West Deptford school district. This past year was musical director of the Spotliters production of "The Wizard of Oz."

She is an avid musical theater actress. Some of her favorite roles include Sherrie Christian in "Rock of Ages," Molly Jensen in "Ghost the Musical," Maureen Johnson in "RENT," and Mary Jane Wilkes in an American Sign Language production of "Big River." Other productions include "Les Miserables," "25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee," "Legally Blonde," "Once Upon A Mattress," "Footloose," "Little Shop of Horrors," "Footloose" and several others.

Naomi Gray, Cello

Naomi Gray is an active performer and teacher in the Philadelphia area. Associate Principal Cellist of the Delaware Symphony and section cellist in the Harrisburg Symphony, she also frequently appears with the Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra,
Lancaster Symphony, and Ensemble Chamber Music Now! Ms. Gray has performed under Sir Roger Norrington, the late Sergiu Commissiona, and Stéphane Denève and has also led the cello section of the Pacific Music Festival Orchestra
under the direction of Valery Gergiev.
Concerto appearances include those with National Repertory Orchestra and the Endless Mountain Music Festival Orchestra.
Ms. Gray was a teaching assistant at University of Southern California and has coached chamber music at the National High School Music Institute at Northwestern University. 

Morgan Huie, Voice

Morgan holds a Bachelor's Degree in Vocal Performance from Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, Washington.

 

While living and performing in Seattle, Morgan was a frequent artist at PONCHO Concert Hall, performing contemporary, classical and original works.

 

She is a professional instructor, having spent the last seven plus years as a vocal and piano instructor at 4/4 Music School in the Seattle area, a school that is part of the Music Academy Network along with Haddonfield School of Music.

Gozde Tiknaz, Cello

Gozde holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Istanbul University State Conservatory along with a Masters in Music
and a Professional Studies degree from Temple University. Gozde is regularly involved in:
• Philadelphia String Quartet
• Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra
• Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra
• Philadelphia Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra
• Great Hall Chamber Orchestra
• Haverford College Orchestra

Other ensembles include The Orchestra of Northern New York, Temple Symphony and Chamber Orchestra as the Principal Cello, Temple University Opera Theater as the Principal Cello, Cemal Resit Rey Symphony Orchestra in Istanbul, Istanbul Symphony Project, Isik University Symphony Orchestra and Istanbul University State Conservatory Orchestra as the Principal Cello.

Zachary Wiseley, Piano

A graduate of Rutgers University in New Brunswick, Zach currently works freelance for the University of Pennsylvania's Theatre Arts Program. He has performed musical theater at Society Hill Playhouse in Philadelphia and at Player's Theater and Dixon Place in New York.

 

In addition to teaching theater at The Haddonfield Theater Arts Center, Zach has worked as musical director for the all of Collingswood's youth and community musical theater programs as well as the Philadelphia School of Dance Arts, and has performed theater for children at Philadelphia Plays and Players and the Garden State Discovery Museum.

 

He is a founding member of Pilot Light Theatre Company and works as a choral accompanist.

 

Finally, he is one-third of the improv musical group Suggestical which regularly performs totally improvised musical comedies in and around Philadelphia.

Victoria Zajac, Voice

Victoria holds degrees in vocal performance and music education from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia and a Masters Degree in arts and teaching. After graduating, she became a voice tutor at The University of the Arts, teaching university-level vocal diction, ear training, piano and music theory.

We was the music director of Camp Winnewald in Lebanon, NJ, where she conducted youth chorus, drama classes and small group instruction.

She currently performs with Vox Amadeus (www.voxamadeus.org) at the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia as well as providing church cantor service at several Philadelphia parishes.

Lillian Beane, Saxophone

Lillian Beane resides in scenic Lindenwold, NJ with Nat and their two cats, Dusty and Zeus.  She is professional GIS analyst and map maker and enjoys Civil War history.  She has been playing saxophone for 19 years and currently performs as a member of The Division, alongside Nat and Reid. #thedivisionband

Lil is a musical partner with Haddonfield School of Music, having rehearsed and performed with our students at several productions.

Special Guest

Reid Dawson, Electric Bass

Reid Dawson holds a B.A. in English from Rowan University and has been playing bass with the faculty and students of HSM since 2015.  Reid learned to play as an adult and has been performing with The Division for over 3 years.  He is an avid reader and enjoys sharing craft beer, good coffee, and live music.

Reid is a musical partner with Haddonfield School of Music, having rehearsed and performed with our students at several productions.

Special Guest

Jennifer Mullen, Violin

Jennifer is the founder and owner of the Keynote Suzuki School of Music in Medford, NJ. 

She holds a music degree from Rutgers University's Mason Gross School of the Arts and has been performing on the violin for over 30 years. 

She has performed with the Newtown Chamber Orchestra, Haddonfield Symphony, Delaware Valley Philharmonic Orchestra, New Brunswick Chamber Orchestra, Greater Trenton Symphony Orchestra, Jubilate Deo Orchestra and The Haddonfield Strings as well as dozens of musical pit orchestras, having performed at venues such as The Kimmel Center and New Jersey Performing Arts Center.

Special Guest

Robert Muniz, Voice

Robert "PJ" Muniz is a theatre education major with a passion for performing. Some of his credits include playing Drew in Rock Of Ages along side Jill Bradshaw, Link Larkin in HAIRSPRAY, Danny Zuko in Grease and ensemble in RENT and also in Shrek.

Special Guest

Harry Schon, Drums

Harry grew up in Philadelphia and Collingswood, N.J. After high school, he joined the army, retiring in 1998. He then returned to school to study his lifelong passion of music, graduated from Camden County College in 2015. Harry’s been involved in several musical projects in the Delaware Valley, including several musical theatre orchestra pit productions, Company, They’re Playing Our Song, West Side Story, Jekyll & Hyde, In The Heights and Guys and Dolls.

Special Guest

Elizabeth Steiner, Harp

Elizabeth Steiner is a freelance harpist in the Philadelphia area. She has most recently performed as principal harp with the Baltimore Symphony, Delaware Symphony, Lancaster Symphony, Maryland Symphony, and Sarasota Orchestra among others. Elizabeth holds a Master’s Degree in Harp Performance from the Boyer College of Music and Dance at Temple University.

In addition to performing, Elizabeth is the Artistic Coordinator for the Lyra Society, a non-profit organization founded in 2004 to commission new works for the harp and provide high quality instruments and instruction for Philadelphia public school students.

Special Guest

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