Our Photo Gallery shows many of our musicians and a selection of ensembles that may perform throughout our series. Follow the link below to find out about the musicians that will be performing this season. We hope you enjoy our site and take a moment to drop us a line.
All of our musicians are accomplished professionals. Many of them are graduates of conservatories and colleges such as Juilliard, Eastman, Curtis, and the Boston Conservatory. World-renowned musicians such as Julius Baker, former flutist with the New York Philharmonic, have performed with the Ensemble.
Doansburg musicians perform throughout the year in venues all around the world, in addition to their annual series scheduled by the Doansburg Chamber Ensemble. Many have performed at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall. It is not uncommon to find a number of the musicians on tour throughout the year. Doansburg Chamber Ensemble performances serve Putnam County, Orange County, Dutchess County, Westchester County, Fairfield County, the Hudson Valley, and the New York metropolitan area. Our performances are attended by residents of Carmel, Mahopac, Brewster, Ridgefield, Poughkeepsie, Cold Spring, Danbury and a number of other communities.
Critics have described the Ensemble as deserving credit for providing intelligent, upbeat performances of high quality. The collaboration of well-matched musicians and imaginative programming was noted to have brought vitality, energy and artistry to the music. (Francis Brancaleone, Gannett Suburban Newspapers)
CHRISTINE SMITH, Flutist holds a BFA Degree from SUNY at Stonybrook. She is a 1981 graduate of the Juilliard School of Music, Pre-College Division, and she holds a Master Degree in Education. She has also received a Certificate of Commendation for Meritorious Achievement from the School of Orchestral Studies. Christine has toured England with the Stonybrook Wind Ensemble, and has performed at Paul Hall, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, and the Saratoga Performing Arts Center. She regularly performs as a soloist with the Doansburg Chamber Ensemble, of which she is a charter member. Her solo appearances have also included performances for U.S. Forest Service personnel at the Harding Ice Field in Alaska. She has performed at Grace Church in White Plains on their Noontime Series, as well as performing with the St. Peter’s Chamber Orchestra. Christine is currently conductor of the Putnam Symphony Orchestra, and she is the conductor of a number of vocal ensembles. Her principal teachers have been Alan Cox, Jeff Khamer, Samuel Baron, and Julius Baker.