Kathryn Montoya appears with a variety of orchestral and chamber music ensembles, including the Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra, Tafelmusik, and Apollo’s Fire. She received her degrees at Oberlin Conservatory and Indiana University School of Music, Bloomington. While at IU she received the prestigious Performer’s Certificate and was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to study in Germany.
Kathryn teaches historical oboes at Oberlin Conservatory and has been on the faculty of Longy's International Baroque Institute, the Baroque Performance Institute at Oberlin, SFEMS workshops, and has given masterclasses in the US and China.
She enjoys a varied musical career performing for the Grammy award-winning recording of Charpentier's La Couronne de Fleurs with BEMF and Tony award-winning production of Twelfth Night and Richard III on Broadway with Shakespeare’s Globe of London.
Kathryn can regularly be found in Hereford, England converting an 18thth century barn into a home with her husband, James.
Peter Lim focuses his artistic studies in historical keyboards, and historical oboe, and historical flutes. He is currently enrolled at The Juilliard School for his master’s degree in harpsichord performance. Lim holds his bachelor’s degree in historical keyboards, historical oboe, and recorder performance at the Historical Performance Department at Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussels. Previously, he attended Oberlin Conservatory of Music in Oberlin, Ohio. Peter Lim was an early music enthusiast since very young age, and continues to explore the revival of the early music of today.
Anna Marsh, baroque bassoon, is a multi-instrumentalist fluent in Renaissance, Baroque, Classical and Modern styles. Originally from Tacoma, WA, Anna holds a doctorate of music in historical performance from Indiana University and has appeared worldwide with Opera Lafayette, Tempesta di Mare, Folger Consort, Musica Angelica, Tafelmusik, Pacific Musicworks, Voices of Music, Atlanta Baroque Orchestra, and the Washington Bach Consort, among others. She has taught privately & at festivals at the Eastman School of Music, Los Angeles Music and Art School, Amherst Early Music, San Francisco Early Music Society Baroque Workshop the Hawaii Performing Arts Festival & Western Double Reed Workshop. She also has been heard on dozens of recordings & on Performance Today, Harmonia, CBC radio & recorded for Chandos, Analekta, Centaur, Naxos, the Super Bowl, Avie, and Musica Omnia's Grammy nominated album, Handel's Israel in Egypt.