Artists’ Round Table: Baroque Chamber Ensemble

Artists’ Round Table: Baroque Chamber Ensemble



Performers from our 2021 Baroque Chamber Series will discuss their instruments, training, score study, and rehearsal processes through a Zoom panel discussion moderated by Princeton musicologist Kyle Masson. The Round Table is a behind-the-scenes glance at the joys and challenges of creating compelling performances.

Presented in partnership with The Princeton Festival Guild

Wednesday, June 9, 7:00 pm

Chiara Fasani Stauffer

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. She is the co-founder of Time Canvas and a member of the Cramer Quartet.

Joshua Stauffer

Joshua Stauffer is a restless creative who performs music from over four centuries on a variety of plucked instruments. He holds degrees from the Juilliard School (lutes), Cleveland Institute of Music (classical guitar), and UARTS (jazz guitar).

Caitlyn Koester

Caitlyn Koester is a harpsichordist equally engaged in solo and continuo repertoire of the 17th- and 18th-centuries. A recent graduate of SFCM and Juilliard, she aspires to expose and nurture a love of this repertoire among wider audiences in the US.

Kyle Masson

Kyle Masson is a singer and doctoral candidate in Historical Musicology at Princeton University. From 2013 – 2015, Kyle was the Associate Director and then Director of the Education and Outreach Team, Castleton Opera Festival in Virginia.