Smiliana Lozanova: Violinist Smiliana Lozanova is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music with a Doctor of Musical Arts. An accomplished performer, her solo and chamber music recitals have earned critical acclaim in her native Bulgaria. Smiliana has soloed and appeared as concertmaster with orchestras on both continents, Europe and North America. A passionate chamber music ambassador, she was one of the founding members of Classical Revolution Cincinnati. She has shared the stage with celebrated artists such as Itzhak Perlman, Kiri Te Kanawa, Orli Shaham, 2Cellos, Igudesman and Joo, Rod Steward, Michael Buble, and Trans-Suberian Orchestra among others, and has performed under the direction of conductors as Paavo Jarvi, Gerard Schwarz, and many others. Smiliana has been featured on the Bulgarian National Radio and Television, as well as WYSU and the WV Public Radio stations both as a chamber and orchestral musician. Dr. Lozanova is currently working on her debut CD.
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Recently relocated to Cincinnati, Greg Noland still plays regularly as a violist with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. Greg performed with the Naples Philharmonic Orchestra. After studying in both Paris and Belgium, Noland received his Master's of Music degree from Butler University. Noland is an active freelance violist in the Greater Cincinnati area where he lives with his wife and two cats.
Miks was born in Riga, Latvia and moved to Kalamazoo, Michigan when he was eight where he began playing the viola. Miks earned a Bachelor of Music degree from Western Michigan University. He later attended the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati where he received his Master of Music degree and Artist Diploma. Miks has attended the Aspen Music Festival as well as the European Music Masterclasses of Nancy, France, and Rencontres Musicales Internationales des Graves. He regularly plays with area orchestras and is a member of the Lexington Philharmonic.
An active performer and teacher in the Cincinnati area, Amy began studying music in the Suzuki violin program in the Cincinnati Public Schools. Her love for music is now a life-long passion, and Amy dreams of performing in one of the world’s great orchestras someday.
Amy is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Music Arts in Viola Performance at the College- Conservatory of Music, where she studies with Masao Kawasaki and Dr. Catharine Carroll. She feels fortunate to have studied with great teachers for all of her life, and aims to incorporate all of their influences into her unique style of teaching. Amy also studies conducting, and has performed chamber music throughout the United States and Europe.
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violin and viola, plays regularly in the Cincinnati area as a member of many ensembles, including the West Virginia Symphony and Concert:Nova.
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Starting at age 7, Kaylie has been enthusiastic about the cello. She earned her BM in music from Butler University in 2003, the MM degree in cello in 2005, and was a doctoral fellow at the University of California, San Diego, focusing on contemporary musical studies. Kaylie is active in the greater Cincinnati music community, performing with groups such as the Kentucky Symphony, the Hamilton-Fairfield Symphony, the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, the Middletown Symphony, and summer appearances with the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra. She has also played with musical wonders such as Josh Groban, Vanessa Williams, and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. She is on faculty at the Center for the Arts (Wyoming), and also has a private studio for teaching. Kaylie has been playing weddings and social events for more than 10 years, and enjoys the chamber music settings
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