Isidora Nojkovic is a recent graduate of Manhattan School of Music, where she studied with Philippe Muller. She has performed internationally as a chamber musician and as a soloist, with appearances at Harpa Music Festival in Iceland, Chamber Music at Brahms’ Place Series in Austria, Ottawa Chamberfest, and Scotia Festival of Music with Lynn Harrell in Canada. Isidora was an associate member of the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra from 2013-2015, a national finalist at the Canadian Music Competition in 2006 and 2008, and was a 2016 winner of the British Columbia Arts Council Scholarship Award. She has also been a fellow at several prestigious summer festivals, including Spoleto Festival USA, International Soloist Academy in Austria, and Music Academy of the West. Isidora’s teaching experience includes co-founding the Yukon Cello Project, an introductory cello summer camp for kids in northern Canada.
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Isidora Nojkovic, Cello
Tia Allen, Viola
Tia Allen has performed at Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Radio City Music Hall, The Metropolitan Museum, Royal Opera House of Muscat, and the Teatro Nacional in Santo Domingo. She has also performed as a member of the Dayton Philharmonic as part of the diversity fellowship program. As an educator, she teaches with the Harmony Program and has held an educational quartet residency at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell with Quatuor Mahogany.