Michelle Myers Lundy is a professional harpist who performs throughout the Washington, DC area. She has performed at the Kennedy Center, Strathmore Hall and Mansion, the Capitol, Supreme Court, National Archives, Lyceum Museum, Alden Theatre and several of the Smithsonian Museums. Ms. Lundy is currently principal harpist with the McLean Orchestra, Arlington Philharmonic and the New Orchestra of Washington. She has subbed with the National Philharmonic, Amadeus Orchestra and Maryland Symphony Orchestra.  She has been a featured soloist with the Mclean Symphony.  Ms. Lundy is a founding member of the Beau Soir Ensemble (BSE), a flute and harp duo formed in 2007.  In the summer of 2008, the duo recorded "Debut" and in the fall of 2009, recorded their second CD "Intermezzo." The duo also recorded an hour long nationally and internationally aired broadcast for the "Hope Network" in the winter of 2008.   In 2011, the ensemble added a violist to bring forth a more contemporary and diverse repertoire. Ms. Lundy completed music studies at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor where she received a Master in Music degree.



Wes Nichols, oboist, holds a Bachelor and Master degree in oboe performance from The Manhattan School of Music in New York where he studied with Henry Schuman, Elaine Douvas and Joseph Robinson. He is a former member of the Springfield Symphony (Massachusetts), The Group for Contemporary Music and the New Music Consort (NYC).  After moving to the Virginia/DC area in 1993, he began to freelance extensively and became principal oboist of the Arlington Symphony (now the Arlington Philharmonic) in 1995, the Amadeus Orchestra in 1996, and the McLean Orchestra in 2007. He plays often at Wolftrap and the Baltimore Chamber Orchestra.

Carrie Rose is a flutist, composer, and teacher

in the Washington, DC area.​  She is producer, composer, and performer for the Origins Concert Series in Silver Spring, Maryland—a hub for adventurous music seekers that features a world premiere of her compositions on each concert.  Her work has received numerous grants from the Maryland State Arts Council, the Arts and Humanities Commission of Montgomery County, and the American Composers Forum.   She is a member of inHale - a flute collective with Lisa Cella and Jane Rigler - three flute players on a mission to bring classical music of our time into the world.  Her new music CD, Books of Flutes, released by 11 West Records, features solo and ensemble music and was broadcast it in its entirety by WMUA in Amherst, Massachusetts.  In DC’s City Paper, she was named a “favorite local composer”.  In addition to the premiers at the Origins Concert Series, her compositions have been featured at the University of DC and Goucher College, played by the DC Youth Orchestra, and performed at Strathmore Mansion.  Rose earned Master and Bachelor of Music degrees from the Cleveland Institute of Music, where she studied with Joshua Smith, principal flutist of the Cleveland Orchestra.  www.rosearts.org