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Karlos Rodriguez


Karlos Rodriguez made his orchestral debut at the age of thirteen to great audience and critical acclaim. Karlos has since been an avid recitalist and chamber musician appearing at many of our important musical venues including Carnegie Hall, Merkin concert hall, Avery Fisher Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Philadelphia’s Kimmel center, and Radio City Music Hall. Karlos has also had the honor of working with distinguished artists such as the Beaux Arts Trio, American, Cavani, Cleveland, Emerson, Guarneri, Juilliard, Miami, Orion, Tokyo, and Vermeer String Quartets; Janos Starker, Lynn Harrell, and Steven Isserlis. His teachers have included Richard Aaron, Peter Wiley, and David Soyer. Karlos has attended and been a guest artist at the ENCORE School for Strings, Sarasota, Aspen, and Kneisel Hall chamber music festivals, Cleveland Chamber Music Society, and the Philadelphia Orchestra Chamber Music Society. Karlos is a top alumnus of the Sphinx Competition and veteran faculty member of the Sphinx Performance Academy.

Mari-Liis Pakk


Mari-Liis has participated in many national and international competitions. As the 1st prize winner in the European String Teachers Association competition (2003), Mari-Liis was invited to perform a solo program in Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Paris during the ESTA conference. Mari-Liis is the two-time winner of a full scholarship for the international master class, The International Holland Music Sessions – (2002), with Eduard Schmieder and Gyorgy Pauk, and in 2003 with Anatoly Resnikovsky. She has performed solo with orchestras in Estonia and with the Meadows Symphony in Dallas as the winner of the concerto competition. As a soloist and chamber musician, Mari-Liis has performed in Finland, Germany, Holland, Austria, France, Israel and the United States. In 2006, she took part in the 1st International Chamber Music Festival in Eilat, Israel as a member of the iPalpiti chamber orchestra. 

A native of Minneapolis, Ms. Meichels completed a Master's degree at Rice University in 2008, where she was the recipient of the Distinguished Fellowship of Violin award, studying with Kathleen Winkler. She received a Bachelor's degree in music performance from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a School of Music Scholarship, studying under Vartan Manoogian . Ms. Meichels lives in the Twin Cities with her husband Jeremy and their little dog, Madi, where she teaches at the Augsburg College Suzuki Talent Education Program and performs around the twin cities.

Carl Larson


Carl Larson plays regularly in the Miami area as a member of many ensembles, including the West Virginia Symphony, Concert :Nova, Miami Opera. Public performance includes Carnegie hall NY, live broadcast in WGUC cincinnati classical Radio.Glen McDaniel.

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