The English Concert American Fellows
Since its establishment in 2014, the Fellowship, initiated by The English Concert in America, has been awarded to twenty-four graduate musicians from Juilliard's Historical Performance program.
Hugo Abraham, Double Bass
Hugo Abraham began his involvement with music as a child, playing the violin and the viola da gamba. His passion for jazz led him to switch to the double bass. After completing his undergraduate studies in Paris. . .
Madeleine Bouissou, Cello
Hailed for her “refined musicality and her clear, singing tone” (Danbury News Times), cellist Madeleine Bouissou has a vision to redefine the purpose of performing on classical instruments among her peers and pupils. From a young age, she displayed an unorthodox curiosity toward life. . .
keiran campbell, cello
Keiran Campbell, cellist, received his undergraduate degree from Juilliard with Darrett Adkins and is pursuing his masters in Historical Performance at Juilliard with Phoebe . . .
david dickey, oboe
David Dickey recently completed his master’s degree from the Juilliard School where he focused primarily on historical oboes. A native of Bowie, Maryland, he received his bachelor's degree in both oboe and voice . . .
annie gard, violin
Heralded as “a star in the making,” Annie Gard is the 2016 recipient of the Eleanor Sophia Wood Bequest Travelling Scholarship and and The James Witheford Foundation Prize for Historical Performance . . .
Caroline Giassi, a native New Yorker, began playing music at the age of three with a Cracker Jack box as a violin. Eventually, she graduated to a real, wooden instrument, and later switched to the modern oboe . . .
jeffrey girton, VIOLin
An avid lover of both the contemporary and antique, Oberlin graduate Jeffrey Girton is an active modern as well as baroque and classical violinist in the greater New York City area. . .
Stephen Goist, Viola
A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Stephen Goist holds a Master of Music degree in Historical Performance from the Juilliard School as well as Bachelor and Master of Music degrees in viola performance from the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music. . .
Joseph Jones, Bassoon
Jones began studying the bassoon at age twelve, when his piano teacher suggested, "Joey, you might be good at the bassoon." Several years and many concerts later Jones has performed with ensembles across the U.S. He is a recent graduate of the Juilliard School. . .
Sarah jane Kenner, Violin
Born and raised in New Rochelle, New York, violinist Sarah Jane Kenner is currently based in New York City. Kenner has performed with a number of ensembles and is a 2018 winner of Juilliard's Historical Performance concerto competition. . .
augusta mckay lodge, violin
Winner of Juilliard’s Historical Performance concerto competition, Augusta McKay Lodge has been praised as “the real thing, a true virtuoso” and “an exceptional violinist.". . .
Kamila marcinkowska-prasad, bassoon
Kamila Marcinkowska-Prasad is a bassoonist who performs historical music on period instruments including dulzian, baroque and classical bassoons. She finished her bachelors degree at the Royal Conservatory . . .
kyle miller, viola
Violist Kyle Miller is a graduate of the Juilliard School's Historical Performance program, in which he was a student of Cynthia Roberts and Monica Huggett. Performance highlights from Kyle's studies include . . .
caroline nicolas, cello
Canadian-born baroque cellist Caroline Nicolas has performed in North America, Europe, and Asia with such eminent musicians as Monica Huggett, Elizabeth Blumenstock, and Robert Mealy . . .
Kevin Payne, Lute
Lutenist Kevin Payne is active as a recitalist, accompanist, and continuo player in the New York area. Recent ensemble work includes performances with Tempesta di Mare, il Giardino d’Amore, Juilliard415, Artek, the Orchestra of St. Luke’s . . .
ADRIANE POST, VIOLIN
Adriane Post, who has been described as one of North America’s “brightest and best,” performs throughout the U.S. She has appeared as concertmaster and soloist with Juilliard415 and leads New Trinity Baroque as concertmaster and soloist . . .
Ignacio prego, harpsichord
Praised for his “overwhelming elegance,” Ignacio Prego is considered one of the leading Spanish harpsichordists of his generation. Most recently, Prego released a recording of Johann Sebastian Bach's Goldberg Variations. . .
Ruiqi Ren, Violin
Modern and baroque violinist Ruiqi Ren has appeared as a soloist in Europe, the United States, and Asia. As a baroque violinist, she has collaborated with La Risonanza in Italy, Bach Collegium Japan in Germany, Arcangelo in Hong Kong, and Poland Baroque in San Francisco. . .
Chiara Fasani Stauffer, Violin
Swiss violinist Chiara Fasani Stauffer enjoys playing music ranging from the Baroque to the twenty-first century and has had the privilege of performing across three continents. Since relocating to the United States in 2012. . .
Oliver Weston, Cello
Beginning his musical journey in rural North Carolina, Oliver Weston has gone on to complete a master's degree in the Historical Performance program at Juilliard, studying baroque cello with. . .
Rachell Ellen Wong, Violin
Performing with “unerring beauty” (The Classical Music Network), international prize-winning violinist Rachell Ellen Wong is recognized as an “emerging artist to watch and seek out” (Early Music America). . .
Alana Youssefian, Violin
A native of New Jersey, baroque and modern violinist Alana Youssefian has forged a reputation as an engaging and spirited soloist, chamber musician, and orchestral musician. Hailed for her “incredible poise,” “sensitive dynamics,” and “plangent emotional involvement”
Beiliang Zhu, Cello
Beiliang Zhu won First Prize and the Audience Award at the XVIII International Bach Competition 2012 as the first string player to have received this honor on a baroque instrument. . .
Jude Ziliak is a New York-based violinist and graduate of Juilliard Historical Performance whose activities have ranged from consort music of the sixteenth century to four dozen world premieres. . .