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Michael Resetar,

Michael Resetar is an accomplished performer and teacher. He is a graduate of the Juilliard School in New York, as well earning a degree from the Haute Ecole de Musique in Lausanne, Switzerland. He has performed extensively in the U.S., Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. Michael’s performances with the Roma Trio have been broadcast on WFMT classical radio station in Chicago, as well as chamber performances streamed live on WQXR in New York City. He studied under famed soloists Toby Appel and Gilad Karni. He has served as teaching assistant to his first teacher, Susan S. Starrett, who herself was a protégé of esteemed Hungarian violinist and pedagogue Paul Rolland.

Annija Kerno,

Annija Kerno is an active teacher and performer in the New York area. She received her master’s degree in viola performance from Northwestern University and was a member of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago for three years after graduating. She has also performed multiple ensembles in the United States and Europe, including the Baltic Sea Philharmonic, which recorded a CD, as well as toured around Northern and Eastern Europe. A passionate educator, Annija is a violin teacher through the Harmony Program, coaches chamber music at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, and has a private studio of violinists and violists.

Nicholas Alexander Wilson,


Nicholas is a graduate of George Mason University with a degree in violin performance. He has studied the subtleties of music as a healing art and incorporates many holistic and mindfulness practices in his teaching style, including breath work, visualization, and performance psychology. Nicholas also has a private practice using sound as prescribed wellness, incorporating tuning forks, violin, vocal toning, and crystal/Tibetan bowls among other instruments. He is also an active composer, singer/songwriter, dancer, and wellness consultant in NYC.

Antonio Truyols, ,

As an internationally performing pianist and composer, Antonio Truyols has enraptured audiences across four continents from an incredibly young age. His performance credits include multiple appearances at the French Embassy in Washington D.C., and feature performances in Switzerland, Italy, Spain, France, and across the United States in the jazz and classical genres. His work, whether it be in jazz, popular music, film music, or concert composition, reflects the unique blend of his Spanish, Peruvian, and Puerto Rican heritage.

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