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Brant Roberts is a percussionist and music educator based in Highland Park. He recently obtained his master's of music in percussion performance from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University and holds a bachelor's degree in music education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He is an active member of the Bravura Philharmonic, where he serves as principal percussionist/timpanist, and accompanies modern dance at Rutgers University and the Martha Graham School, New York.

Grace Heeeun Lim began her classical music training at the age of four. She earned her Bachelor and Master of Music degree in performance from Manhattan School of Music (MSM) where she was under the tutelage of Daniel Avshalomov and Isaac Malkin. While attending MSM, she was a recipient of Dean's List and scholarship. Ms. Lim is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Musical Arts at Rutgers University.
Musicologist and conductor Brian V. Sengdala is an inter-disciplinarian whose research interests and public work include modern practices in musicking, music and identity, and music as a sacred text. His paper on Ma and Liminality in Arvo Pärt was presented at the Sounding the Sacred Conference hosted by the Arvo Pärt Project and the Sacred Arts Initiative at Fordham University in May of 2017. He is also a contributor to several publications on choral music and choral pedagogy.

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Peruvian-American tenor Christopher Sierra is recognized for his artistic sensitivity and versatility in repertoire ranging from Handel, Mozart, and Donizetti to Popov, Morrison, and contemporary premieres. He has performed with Santa Fe Opera, Opera New Jersey, Spoleto Festival USA, Princeton Festival Opera, Long Island Opera, and New York Lyric Opera Theater, among many others.