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Our 49th Year

Charlie Albright
Edward Alley
Margaret Batjer
Amy Burton and John Musto
Lisa Chavez
Xavier Foley
Anthony Dean Griffey
Dr. Joseph Holt
Melodica Men
Robert Sherman
Todd Thomas
Romm Family Trio
Jason Vieaux
Brad Williams
Kern 1st Prize Winner

Amy Burton and John Musto

Amy Burton and John Musto

The dynamic husband-and-wife duo of Amy Burton and John Musto covers the gamut of music from The Great American Songbook, to the classics and Musto's own compositions. With a voice The New York Times has called, "luminous" and "lustrous," versatile soprano Amy Burton has sung with the Metropolitan Opera, New York City Opera, at the White House, and with major opera companies and orchestras throughout the U.S., Europe, UK, Japan and Israel, as well as in recital and cabaret. She has recently joined the vocal arts faculty of The Juilliard School.

Composer and pianist John Musto is that rare example of a classical composer whose work is both critically acclaimed and widely performed, and has also distinguished himself as an instrumental soloist and chamber musician. His activities encompass virtually every genre: orchestral and operatic, solo, chamber and vocal music, concerti, and music for film and television. He has won numerous awards for his compositions including a Pulitzer Prize, and two Emmys and his works have been recorded on numerous labels.