CHIARA FASANI STAUFFER, CONCERTMASTER
JUAN-CARLOS ZAMUDIO, ARTISTIC CONSULTANT
MANAMI MIZUMOTO, VIOLIN/VIOLA
MORGAN LITTLE, CELLO
CAITLYN KOESTER, HARPSICHORD
JOSHUA STAUFFER, PLUCKED INSTRUMENTS
Our Baroque series returns with two unique live stream and in-person concerts from Princeton’s beautiful and historic Morven Museum and Garden. The Princeton Festival Baroque Orchestra presents historically informed performances on period instruments of music by J.S. Bach, Antonio Vivaldi, Heinrich Biber, Girolamo Frescobaldi, and more.
Live Stream Link: $25 per concert, per household
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.
New York native Manami Mizumoto is passionate about exploring different approaches to music making in history to transform the way audiences relate to music of the past. She is a recent Master’s graduate of the Juilliard School.
Accomplished cellist Morgan Little recently graduated as a full-tuition scholarship student at the Juilliard School, where he maintained an active role as a chamber and orchestral musician. Little is now doing the same thing, but in the professional world.
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.
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).