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Amelia Roosevelt


Amelia Roosevelt is a founding member of Repast Baroque Ensemble, which performs regularly in New York and tours nationally. Described by The New York Times as a “virtuoso duelist,” she performs with the Carmel Bach Festival Orchestra, the Washington Bach Consort, the Aradia Ensemble, the American Classical Orchestra, and Musica Sacra. She has toured throughout Europe, Scandinavia, and South Asia with many ensembles including Musica Antiqua Köln, Concerto Köln, and La Cappella de’ Turchini. Her recording credits include Naxos, MDG, New Classical Adventure, and MSR Records. A New York City native, Amelia received an undergraduate degree with honors from Swarthmore College, graduate degrees from the Manhattan School of Music and the Sweelinck Conservatory in Amsterdam, and a doctoral degree in violin performance from Stony Brook University. She has given numerous workshops and master classes at universities including Rutgers, Columbia, SUNY Purchase, and Smith College. Amelia's baroque violin was made in London by Richard Duke in 1773.

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Katie Rietman


Katie Rietman has performed as a baroque cellist on over 45 CD recordings and numerous concerts and radio broadcasts with notable baroque and classical period instrument ensembles worldwide. Her performing career has taken her to 19 countries in Europe, North America and South America. Currently residing in New York City, she performs there regularly with ensembles such as the Clarion Society, Rebel, Concert Royal, the Trinity Choir and St. Thomas Boys Choir. Other American groups that she regularly works with are the Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra, Musica Angelica, Philadelphia’s Buxtehude Consort, Tempesta di Mare, Aradia and the Toronto Chamber Orchestra. She has coached baroque and modern string players at Yale University, Bard College, Catholic University of Peru, and University of Alabama.

Stephanie Corwin


Praised for her “warmth and composure” (Wichita Eagle), bassoonist Stephanie Corwin enjoys a varied career playing modern, classical, baroque and renaissance instruments. Based in New York City, Stephanie performs with ensembles throughout North America, including Handel and Haydn Society, Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Apollo’s Fire, Tafelmusik, American Classical Orchestra, Trinity Baroque Orchestra, as well as chamber ensembles Kleine Kammermusik and Repast. Stephanie was the inaugural winner of the Meg Quigley Vivaldi Competition and has received prizes at various chamber music competitions. A graduate of Davidson College, Stephanie earned degrees from Yale and Stony Brook University, where she studied with Frank Morelli. Her interest in early music led her to continue her studies with Michael McCraw at Indiana University, where she received a Performer Diploma in historical bassoons. Stephanie can be heard on recordings by the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Handel and Haydn Society, Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra, Opera Lafayette, Chamber Orchestra of New York, and Kleine Kammermusik. 

Gabe Shuford


Harpsichordist Gabe Shuford performs throughout North America and abroad, and is the recipient of several awards, including the 2011 Baron Prize from Stony Brook University and second prize at the 2007 Mae and Irving Jurow International Harpsichord Competition. He is a member of Repast Baroque Ensemble and has been a frequent guest of others, including A Far Cry and the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. The New York Times called his performance with Speculum Musicae of Elliott Carter’s Sonata “assured, polished and beautifully nuanced.” Gabe earned a doctorate from Stony Brook University, where he studied with harpsichordist Arthur Haas. He has served on the faculties of Luther College and Sarah Lawrence College.