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Andrew Grishaw

Violist Andrew Grishaw is committed to performing a repertoire of all styles and genres. Originally from Turlock, California, Mr. Grishaw is currently pursuing a Masters Degree in Music and is also the Graduate Teaching Assistant in the studio of Jodi Levitz at the Frost School of Music at the University of Miami. In addition, he is a fellow in the Henry Mancini Institute Orchestra. Mr. Grishaw earned a Bachelor of Music degree from the Lamont School of Music at the University of Denver where he studied under Basil Vendryes, as well as a Professional Studies Diploma from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music while studying with Jodi Levitz.

Jonathon Winter

A native of the Midwest, violinist Jonathon Winter has performed as soloist, chamber, and ensemble musician across the United States and Europe. Recently, Jonathon has performed with the Joffrey Ballet, Palm Beach Symphony, AIMS Festival Orchestra, and has performed as soloist with the Oneota Valley Orchestra and the Eurasia Chamber Orchestra of Berlin. Additionally, Jonathon has worked extensively with artists such as Laura Bossert, Kyoko Hashimoto, and Csaba Erdélyi, and has performed in masterclasses with Henning Kraggerud, Judith Ingolfsson, and Zakhar Bron.

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Katarzyna Cieślik 

Polish-born violinist Katarzyna Cieślik began her musical training at the age of 7 at the State Music School in Bialystok. Later she graduated from the Frederic Chopin University of Music with a Masters degree in Violin Performance and Pedagogy.  She was a member of the award-winning Podlaska Philharmonic Orchestra for over 20 years in which she played an average of 80 performances annually and toured through most of Europe, the former Soviet Union, China, and the U.S. (Carnegie Hall). 

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Kylla Murphy

Kylla from Suzuki StringsA Florida native, Kylla began her music studies at age 6. She quickly became involved with Tampa Bay’s youth orchestras and had the opportunity to perform with them in Morsani Hall, Ruth Eckerd Hall, as well as Carnegie Hall. Kylla received her Bachelor’s degree from The University of South Florida where she discovered her love of teaching and the Suzuki philosophy. She continued her education at The Pennsylvania State University where she was awarded the Graduate Assistantship. She assisted in a String Method course to undergraduate music education majors to give them the skills necessary to teach cello in public school programs. 

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