Junhan Choi, baritone

Praised for his “splendid baritone voice, rich and rounded”, baritone Junhan Choi, a native of South Korea, has performed in numerous operas, oratorios and concerts with such companies as Boston Lyric Opera, Teatro Nuovo, Odyssey Opera, Boston Opera Collaborative, MassOpera, Upper Valley Baroque and Naples Philharmonic. 
He is a prize winner in the 54th Viñas International Voice Competition(Spain), the Berliner 
International Music Competition(Germany), Talents of the World International Voice Competition, Mass Opera’s Vocal Competition, Rochester International Vocal Competition and St. Botolph emerging Artist Grant for excellence in music(USA). 

Mr. Choi hold a Master’s degree and a Graduate Diploma with a Presidential Scholarship from New England Conservatory of Music.


Clemens Teufel, pianist 

Born in Germany, Mr. Teufel's piano education was influenced by both the German and Russian piano traditions.  Mr. Teufel studied at the University of Music "Franz Liszt" in Weimar, Germany under Professor Peter Waas. Upon graduating, Mr. Teufel completed his graduate studies as a student of Professor Lev Natochenny at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Frankfurt, Germany. 

Currently, Mr. Teufel performs and provides masterclasses across the globe. He has performed in venues including Lincoln Center, Newport Music Festival, Rockport Music, Longy's School of Music Pickman concert hall, Cité des arts in Paris, Summit Music Festival New York, and the Beijing Conservatory besides many others. 

Mr. Teufel has recorded his first solo album with American piano music of Howard Hanson and George Gershwin, which is available at iTunes, Spotify and Amazon or in the shop on this website.

Daesik Cha, pianist/organist/music director  

Daesik Cha, a native of South Korea, has been establishing himself as a ‘renaissance’ musician, whose professional work encompasses concertizing, directing, teaching, and music scholarship. 

He has appeared as pianist in several prominent concerts across continents. In the US, he was featured as a chamber musician with the Irving Fine Society at Harvard’s Sanders Theater, and performed as a soloist in the Franz Liszt bicentennial at Brandeis University. In addition, he has been invited several times as a musical artist to the Covington Art Club in KY, giving lectures and recitals. Recently he performed a piano recital at the Killian Hall in MIT and a lecture recital at the SMI international music conference in Belfast, Northern Ireland. He also appeared in several prominent chamber music recitals in the Boston area. His other performances include recitals at the Frederick Collection, concerts as a guest pianist at the 2007 Lucca Opera Festival in Italy, and a solo recital which he was honored to give at the Bechstein Hall in the Master Musician Series of Bilthoven, Netherlands. 

He holds a PhD degree in musicology at Brandeis University and two Master’s degrees in music history and literature and in piano performance.

Elzbieta Brandys-O'Neill, flutist 

 A native of Poland, Dr. Elzbieta Brandys-O’Neill is described as a flutist, musician, and artist “who is able to uniquely meld elegant tone, artistic sensibility and a solid mastery of technique.” She gives recitals internationally, is a member of CK Ensemble, and performs with prominent orchestras in the New England area including Albany Symphony Orchestra, Atlantic Symphony Orchestra. Her performance venues include Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall and Town Hall, the Kennedy Center, Boston’s Symphony Hall, and Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas. 

In 2013, Dr. Brandys-O’Neill received her Doctor of Musical Arts from Boston University, College of Fine Arts. In addition, she attended the Accademia Musicale Chigiana in Siena, Italy, where she studies with renowned flutist, Patrick Gallois. Dr. Brandys-O’Neill has won first prize in Chamber Music Foundation’s International Ensemble Competition, among others. The Saint Botolph Club Foundation in Boston, MA awarded Elzbieta with 2008 Emerging Artist Award. In 2011 Dr. Brandys-O’Neill achieved an honor and invitation of becoming a member of the national music honor society, Pi Kappa Lambda. In addition to her performing career, Elzbieta has active teaching private teaching studio, Boston Flute Lessons, where she teaches and inspires the next generation of young musicians.