Through the Summer of 1999, these dedicated students worked
tirelessly to bring you the RealAudio performances on this site. We
are forever grateful to them for their generosity and hard work.
Many of these players are availible for musical engagements (i.e.,
weddings, receptions, parties, etc.) in the Washington, D.C. area,
and they can be contacted
through the Music Chamber.
Laura Carr was and integrate part of our recordings this year. She
plays the violin. She traveled to Africa this summer to help build
buildings and teach. She has enjoyed recording all of this music.
She is also a member of the Platinum Quartet consisting of Michael Wilber, Debdeep Maji, and
Hazel Cheilek was an immense help in critiquing these recordings.
And whenever help in the viola department was necessary,
Mrs. Cheilek was always willing to lend a helping hand.
Justin Chen plays the violin, and was one of our talented
violinists throughout the summer. He helped play a majority of the
difficult pieces and was exemplary in his production. He is a
graduating senior who will attend Yale University next
Miki Cloud was also one of our talented violinsts. Though she left
for Aspen, Colorado on a musical journey. Before leaving she
recorded a few pieces for us. During the school year she is the
concertmistress for the Thomas Jefferson High School Symphonic
Charles Han was one of the Music Chamber creators on Team 27110. Charles Han recorded severeal
pieces this year. He plays the cello very well. He was one of the
few members to attend the recordings everyday.
Sean Hardesty is a talented violist. He played many of the more
difficult pieces written for the viola. He contribution to this
site is greatly appreciated.
Margot Herrman played the violin this summer. She works really hard
and is a dedicated violinist. She hopes to one day play in the
National Symphony Orchestra and many of her friends think that she
will be able to complete this endeavor.
Albert Ho, a bassist, was fundamental in recording the Piano Quintet in A, D.667 "Trout", which
features a bass. Albert is not only a talented bassist, but also a
talented cellist. He intends to continue playing music throughout
The Music Chamber was very grateful for having Mee-Jung be a part
of the team. This talented violinist showed off her many varied
gifts during the recording sessions.
Jeffrey Klein, a violist, added his much needed to skills to the
Music Chamber arsenal. His talents provided a welcome addition to
our already superb staff.
Stephanie provided excellence in both cello and piano. Her many
talents helped us to accomplish the recording of our multitude of
pieces before the deadline.
Moses Lei plays the violin. He is a rising sophmore with many
gifts. We thank him for all that he has recorded and we hope that
he has had a great summer.
Alvin Lin was a Music Chamber creator on Team 27110. He played the piano and the
violin. He also recorded a few solo pieces that can be found
throughout our website.
Sandi Lin plays the cello. We appreciate her work for our site. She
is a graduating senior who is attending MIT next year.
Debdeep Maji is one of the Music Chamber's creators on Team 27110. He played the viola in a few
pieces this summer. We thank his efforts.
Sarah Poulsen was one of our talented cellist. She recorded
numerous pieces this summer. She is a rising senior and has a great
deal of potential. We greatly appreciate what she has done for
Emily Schelstrate played teh violin for us this summer. She is a
talented young player with a great deal of potential. As a
freshmen, she was teh principal second violinist in the Thomas
Jefferson High School Symphonic Orchestra.
Stephen Schuresko played the piano for us this summer. He played
immacualtely in a few pieces. We greatly appreciate his work and
thank him very much.
Jennifer Tom played the violin in a few pieces this summer. She is
a rising sophmore and was concertmistress of the Thomas Jefferson
High School Advanced Orchestra. We greatly appreciate her playing
Michael Wilber is a talented violinist who played in several pieces
this summer. He is a rising junior with a great deal of potential.
We greatly appreciate the great amount of time that he contributed
in order to make this site a success.
Roger Yu is a rising sophmore violist. He played in a few pieces
this summer. He is well-liked guy by all his colleagues and a
valuable asset to any orchestra. We appreciate the work that he has
contributed to this site.