vadim lando, clarinet Praised by the New York Times for his “consistently distinguished, vibrant and virtuosic playing”, clarinetist Vadim Lando has won top prizes in many international competitions including the Gold Medal at the National Festival of Music Competition in Canada. As soloist, he has performed with numerous orchestras in the U.S. and Canada. Mr. Lando’s recitals and chamber music concerts include performances at virtually every major performing landmark in New York City, the Israel Philharmonic’s Chamber Music Series at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art in Israel; the Summer Concert Festival in Martha’s Vineyard; and on the Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series in Chicago.  His concerts are often broadcast on radio stations such as WQXR New York, WFMT Chicago and National Public Radio.  Mr. Lando performs and records regularly as the principal clarinetist with the Jupiter Symphony Chamber Players. Former faculty of the Rutgers University, Mr. Lando holds a Master of Music from Yale University and a Doctorate of Musical Arts from SUNY at Stony Brook, where he studied with the virtuoso clarinetist Charles Neidich.  Mr. Lando is the Co-Director of the Great Neck Music Conservatory in Great Neck, New York.

vadim lando, clarinet

Praised by the New York Times for his “consistently distinguished, vibrant and virtuosic playing”, clarinetist Vadim Lando has won top prizes in many international competitions including the Gold Medal at the National Festival of Music Competition in Canada. As soloist, he has performed with numerous orchestras in the U.S. and Canada. Mr. Lando’s recitals and chamber music concerts include performances at virtually every major performing landmark in New York City, the Israel Philharmonic’s Chamber Music Series at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art in Israel; the Summer Concert Festival in Martha’s Vineyard; and on the Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series in Chicago.  His concerts are often broadcast on radio stations such as WQXR New York, WFMT Chicago and National Public Radio.  Mr. Lando performs and records regularly as the principal clarinetist with the Jupiter Symphony Chamber Players.

Former faculty of the Rutgers University, Mr. Lando holds a Master of Music from Yale University and a Doctorate of Musical Arts from SUNY at Stony Brook, where he studied with the virtuoso clarinetist Charles Neidich.  Mr. Lando is the Co-Director of the Great Neck Music Conservatory in Great Neck, New York.

MILA HENRY, PIANO Lauded for her “sublime” playing (Feast of Music) and heralding orchestral scores of “incredible range and color” (OperaPulse), pianist Mila Henry is delighted to be joining the staff of the Oyster Bay Music Festival. An integral member of New York’s contemporary opera community, she frequently collaborates with Beth Morrison Projects, the PROTOTYPE festival, American Lyric Theater and American Opera Projects, where she is Head of Music for their Composers & the Voice program and was Assistant Conductor for the premieres of As One (BAM) and The Blind (Lincoln Center Festival). She has performed at LA Opera (Thumbprint), Opera Philadelphia (We Shall Not Be Moved, September 2017) and the Library of Congress (OPERA America’s Fierce Grace: Jeannette Rankin); served as Vocal Director for Ripe Time’s Obie-winning The World is Round (BAM); and appeared on VisionIntoArt’s FERUS Festival, National Sawdust’s Spring Revolution Festival and the New York Musical Festival. Mila enjoys coaching vocalists of all ages, and has previously worked with young adults at Interlochen Arts Camp, New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players Youth and the New York Children’s Theater Festival. She holds degrees from the Manhattan School of Music and Elizabethtown College. A native of the Philadelphia area, she lives in Brooklyn. VISIT milahenry.com FOR MORE INFO.

MILA HENRY, PIANO

Lauded for her “sublime” playing (Feast of Music) and heralding orchestral scores of “incredible range and color” (OperaPulse), pianist Mila Henry is delighted to be joining the staff of the Oyster Bay Music Festival. An integral member of New York’s contemporary opera community, she frequently collaborates with Beth Morrison Projects, the PROTOTYPE festival, American Lyric Theater and American Opera Projects, where she is Head of Music for their Composers & the Voice program and was Assistant Conductor for the premieres of As One (BAM) and The Blind (Lincoln Center Festival). She has performed at LA Opera (Thumbprint), Opera Philadelphia (We Shall Not Be Moved, September 2017) and the Library of Congress (OPERA America’s Fierce Grace: Jeannette Rankin); served as Vocal Director for Ripe Time’s Obie-winning The World is Round (BAM); and appeared on VisionIntoArt’s FERUS Festival, National Sawdust’s Spring Revolution Festival and the New York Musical Festival. Mila enjoys coaching vocalists of all ages, and has previously worked with young adults at Interlochen Arts Camp, New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players Youth and the New York Children’s Theater Festival. She holds degrees from the Manhattan School of Music and Elizabethtown College. A native of the Philadelphia area, she lives in Brooklyn. VISIT milahenry.com FOR MORE INFO.

dale stuckenbruck, violin Dale Stuckenbruck is a violin soloist, concertmaster, chamber musician, recording artist, and teacher. Studies with Erick Friedman, appearing with him as soloist, in recording and in chamber music. Soloist/ Concertmaster/Guest artist with the Brooklyn Philharmonic, Philharmonia Virtuosi, New York Virtuosi, New York String Ensemble, Tchaikovsky Chamber Orchestra, Taipei City Symphony Orchestra, Music at St. Ignatius, Dance Theater of Harlem, Queens Symphony, Masterworks, Lincoln Center Chamber Music Society, and the Long Island Philharmonic. Recorded the violin concerto by Lou Pelosi on CRI. Recordings for countless commercial labels, and for over one hundred films. Received international acclaim with Steve Margoshes for “Sawing to New Heights,” and for his performances of the “Divination by Mirrors” by Michael Levine with the New Century Chamber Orchestra and the New York Virtuosi. Received Grammy nomination for “Ancient Voices of Children” by George Crumb for Bridge Records. As a mandolinist he has appeared at the MET, NYC Opera, ABT, with Paula Robison at the Metropolitan Museum and in a recording with the Charleston Symphony. He has been featured in Strings Magazine, Korean Monthly Music Magazine, Newsday, Sarasate and the New York Times. Guest lecturer for the Juilliard School of Music and the Long Island Guitar Festival. Founder of Long Island’s conductorless-string ensemble, Kammermusik, the Long Island Vegetable Orchestra, and ECO orchestra of the Waldorf School of Garden City. He wrote and recorded the soundtrack for “Shadows” by Ed Lachman and Slater Bradley, shown at the Whitney Museum for five months, and “Vegetable Man”, by Ben Hagari. Since 1975 he has performed with Heawon Kim, his wife, in recitals in Asia, Europe and South America amassing a large repertoire. Guest for “Melody for Dailogue,” sponsored by UNESCO. He has a member of the music faculty at LIU Post since 1986. Music Director at the Waldorf School of Garden City. D.M.A. from Manhattan School of Music, 1984. Visit Violin-Saw.com for more info.

dale stuckenbruck, violin

Dale Stuckenbruck is a violin soloist, concertmaster, chamber musician, recording artist, and teacher. Studies with Erick Friedman, appearing with him as soloist, in recording and in chamber music. Soloist/ Concertmaster/Guest artist with the Brooklyn Philharmonic, Philharmonia Virtuosi, New York Virtuosi, New York String Ensemble, Tchaikovsky Chamber Orchestra, Taipei City Symphony Orchestra, Music at St. Ignatius, Dance Theater of Harlem, Queens Symphony, Masterworks, Lincoln Center Chamber Music Society, and the Long Island Philharmonic. Recorded the violin concerto by Lou Pelosi on CRI. Recordings for countless commercial labels, and for over one hundred films. Received international acclaim with Steve Margoshes for “Sawing to New Heights,” and for his performances of the “Divination by Mirrors” by Michael Levine with the New Century Chamber Orchestra and the New York Virtuosi. Received Grammy nomination for “Ancient Voices of Children” by George Crumb for Bridge Records.

As a mandolinist he has appeared at the MET, NYC Opera, ABT, with Paula Robison at the Metropolitan Museum and in a recording with the Charleston Symphony. He has been featured in Strings Magazine, Korean Monthly Music Magazine, Newsday, Sarasate and the New York Times. Guest lecturer for the Juilliard School of Music and the Long Island Guitar Festival. Founder of Long Island’s conductorless-string ensemble, Kammermusik, the Long Island Vegetable Orchestra, and ECO orchestra of the Waldorf School of Garden City. He wrote and recorded the soundtrack for “Shadows” by Ed Lachman and Slater Bradley, shown at the Whitney Museum for five months, and “Vegetable Man”, by Ben Hagari. Since 1975 he has performed with Heawon Kim, his wife, in recitals in Asia, Europe and South America amassing a large repertoire. Guest for “Melody for Dailogue,” sponsored by UNESCO. He has a member of the music faculty at LIU Post since 1986. Music Director at the Waldorf School of Garden City. D.M.A. from Manhattan School of Music, 1984. Visit Violin-Saw.com for more info.