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Barry Garman
double bass, conductor

Barry Garman - double bass, conductor

Barry serves on the faculty at Augusta State University as Instructor of Double Bass and String Methods, and teaches strings/ directs orchestras in the Richmond County (Georgia) public schools, He often leads and performs in double bass sections for area professional organizations, including the Augusta Choral Society, the Lyra Vivace Chamber Orchestra, and the Symphony Orchestra Augusta, in which he served as principal from 1981-1988.

He holds degrees in Music Education with an emphasis on string pedagogy, having earned both the Doctor of Philosophy and Master of Music from the University of Miami, and a Bachelor of Music from Augusta College.

Keith Gehle

Keith Gehle - guitar

A native of Augusta, Georgia, classical guitarist Keith enjoys a busy career based in Atlanta as a concert guitarist, recording artist, composer and arranger, and teacher. He is well known among Atlanta event planners and is a top referral for many of Georgia’s finest venues. Keith began his performing career in the late 1980’s with a simple philosophy: advance the art of guitar performance through diverse music appealing to a wide audience. His many musical experiences (from rock, classical, folk and New Age styles) have produced an artist with a perspective and style that is unique in the community of solo/classical guitar.

Keith earned his Bachelor of Music degree in guitar performance from The University of Georgia under the guidance of acclaimed guitar teacher John Sutherland, a protégé of Andres Segovia. In addition to his collegiate studies, Keith was selected to participate in the 1991 master class of Grammy nominated guitarist Christopher Parkening at Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana. There, he was chosen by fellow students as one of six distinguished performers to represent the class in a public concert. Keith’s extensive training with master guitarists has helped him become a sought after teacher in his own right. He currently directs the undergraduate guitar program for Toccoa Falls College in northeast Georgia and teaches privately at The Suwanee Academy of the Arts in metro Atlanta.

John Glaeser
french horn

John Glaeser - french horn

John Glaeser grew up in New Orleans, LA, where he began playing horn at age 12. Upon completion of his undergraduate studies in Music at the University of Southern Mississippi, John joined the Army, playing horn in two different bands in Georgia.

Since leaving military service, he has continued to work as a freelance performer and private teacher in the Augusta area. John received a Master of Music degree in Horn Performance from the University of South Carolina, and he currently teaches horn at the University of South Carolina Aiken.

Katie Glaeser
violin, french horn

Katie Glaeser - violin, french horn

Katie has been an active professional musician for over 12 years. After studying horn performance at the University of Southern Mississippi, she spent over four years performing as an enlisted member of the Army Ground Forces Band, Ft. McPherson, GA, where she completed two tours performing for troops in Kuwait.

After completing her enlistment term, Katie was drawn to pursue a career in music librarianship. She completed a Bachelor’s of Science in Music at Excelsior College and enrolled in the Masters of Library and Information Science program at the University of South Carolina in Columbia. Today, Katie a full-time graduate student and an active member of the Music Library Association, American Library Association and Society of American Archivists.

Katie has a Master’s in Library Science and is an active member of the Music Library Association, American Library Association and Society of American Archivists. She recently served as Senior Library Assistant at Georgia Regents University, and is currently Assistant Professor – Access Services Librarian at Sweet Briar College.

In addition to performing horn and violin extensively as a freelance musician, she plays an active role promoting local music and music education in the CSRA through volunteer activities with several area music organizations.

Dmitry Glivinskiy
piano

Dmitry is a Ukrainian vocal coach and conductor. He is 2019 Glimmerglass Festival Young Artist and serves as pianist and coach. He is a graduate of Mannes College of Music and of the Peabody Institute where, among his teachers, were Genya Paley, Pavlina Dokovska, Boris Slutsky and Scott Jackson Wiley. Dmitry has worked with numerous opera companies as a répétiteur, coach and conductor. Most recently, he was on staff for the revival of Figaro 90210! on Broadway, conducted Eugene Onegin with Utopia Opera in NYC, was assistant conductor for OnSite Opera’s production of Ricky Ian Gordon’s “Morning Star” and returned to Chicago Summer Opera as music director for the company’s scenes program. He is currently on the faculty of Hofstra University as a vocal coach and was recently appointed as Music Director of the Opera Theater at Brooklyn College.

Keith Gregory
vocalist, guitar, songwriter

Keith Gregory, vocalist, guitar, songwriter

Born and raised in Little Rock, AR, Keith “has spent most of my adult my life eating, drinking, and dreaming music.” He is based in Augusta, GA, and like all regional sought-after musicians, drives to cities in the SouthEast to perform for all occasions. A glance at his busy schedule is a glimpse into his versatility as a musician. In one day he can be heard providing comfortable background music during brunch at an elegant restaurant in Augusta, serenading a wedding party in the afternoon in Aiken, and then in the evening adding just the right styles and character to enhance a private social gathering.

When people ask Keith, "how would you describe your music?" his reply is “My music is fast, slow, stop and go; it’s happy, sad, good and bad. It’s new school, old school, alternative, pop, and sometimes it rolls, but mostly it rocks.”

Keith’s performance schedule, song lists, videos, audio clips and links to albums can be found on his website.

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