Past Competitions


2013 National Vocal Competition




Division I
From Right to Left
Rachel Policar "1st Place"
Erika Baikoff "2nd Place"
Mary Claire Curran "3rd Place"




Division II
From Right to Left
Kathryn Leemhuis "1st Place"
Melinda Whittington "2nd Place"
Jonathan Hare "3rd Place"




From Left to Right
Samantha Dwyer "1st Place"
Samantha Park "2nd Place"
Galen Otten "3rd Place"



National Finals

Round III




(In alphabetical order)


Hansini Bhasker
Jordan Costa
Samantha Dwyer
Matthew Laude
Melissa Lubars
Galen Otten
Nicholas Parrillo
Samantha Park
Chelsea Schwartz
Caroline Zhao


Erika Baikoff
Mary Claire Curran
Shana Grossman
Joyce Jin
Nini Marchese
Ema Mitrović
Erin Mor
Rachel Policar
Lauren Rosas
Erin Schwab


Lacey Jo Benter
Halley Gilbert
Liana Brooke Guberman
Jonathan Hare
Joel Herold
Kathryn Leemhuis
Alexandra Loutsion
Katherine Tombaugh
Laura Virella
Melinda Whittington



JUDGES FOR REGIONAL DIVISIONS (in alphabetical order)



“A voice of astonishing power and beauty.”Newcastle Journal, England. Andrea DelGiudice, has enjoyed a full career in Europe and the United States as a leading international soprano. Venues include the Scottish National Opera, Munich State Opera, Liege Opera, Opera Bonn, Edmonton Opera, Austin Lyric Opera, DiCapo Opera Theater and Arizona Opera. Her verismo roles include the Puccini and Verdi heroines alongside renowned artists such as Placido Domingo, Johan Botha, Sherill Milnes, Alexei Steblianko, and Nicola Martinucci. She has been featured as a concert soloist at Boston’s Jordan Hall with some of Boston’s foremost instrumental soloists, Brockton Symphony Orchestra and WGBH's “Morning Classics” in Richard Strauss’ Four Last Songs and original works including Shema by composer Simon Sargon. Her diverse talents led to numerous international recording contracts in over 200 major films and animated features in Rome, Italy with Walt Disney/ Buena Vista, RAI television and Sundance Films. Ms. DelGiudice currently serves as Artistic Development Director at Dicapo Opera Theater for the Resident Artist program in New York City; Artistic Advisor and Voice Faculty at the Tuscia Opera Festival in Viterbo Italy, and Voice Faculty at the Neighborhood Playhouse of the Theater in New York City.



President of Randsman Artist Management, Peter Randsman is one of the top opera agents in New York, responsible for over 50 thriving international opera careers. Among the many artists he has managed include: Deborah Voigt, Allan Glassman, Brian Montgomery, Stephen Powell, Delores Ziegler, David Malis, and Cheryl Parrish. His performance experience includes: Billy Bigelow (Carousel), Tommy (Brigadoon) , Dr. Einstein (Arsenic and Old Babes in Arms),  Clifford Bradshaw (Cabaret),  Charley  (Charley’s Aunt), Dick (Dames at Sea) and Gabey  (On the Town).  After making his move to New York City, he was cast as the “Burger King boy” in a series of National Television commercials, and was featured as Minolta’s “Camera Boy” in dozens of national magazines.  He spent several days filming Brighton Beach with Ruth Gordon and Lee Strassburg.  Mr. Randsman participated in several national tours performing operetta and Gilbert & Sullivan, and enjoyed a special pleasure singing the song, “He’s in love” while touring Kismet with the Metropolitan Opera star, John Reardon.  Appearing on Broadway, he both sang and danced LizaLiza with film legend, Ruby Keeler at a tribute to the Ziegfeld Follies.  Shortly after, he joined the New York City Opera chorus, and for the next three years appeared in many Lincoln Center productions and several national tours.  He sang in a LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER telecast in scenes from Mefistofele with Samuel Ramey, conducted by Julius Rudel, and the great Triumphal Scene from Verdi’s Aida under the direction of Anton Guadagno.


JUDGES FOR NATIONAL SEMI-FINALS (in alphabetical order)



William Hicks, voice coach, conductor, and pianist recently completed a recording of 127 pieces by Victor Herbert to be issued by New World Records, including fifteen piano solos, eleven pieces for cello and piano featuring Jerry Grossman, Principal Cellist of the Metropolitan Opera, and 101 songs with fifteen solo singers.  He also recorded Have a Heart by Jerome Kern with the London Sinfonietta; A Simple Song: Blackbell sings Bernstein and All Through the Night with Harolyn Blackwell; and My Life, My Song with Martha Eggerth Kiepura. He most recently conducted La Boheme and L’elisir d’amore for the Martha Cardona Opera Theatre in Brooklyn, NY. He made his New York conducting debut in 2003 conducting a Mozart/Beethoven concert with members of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra at Alice Tully Hall. From 1995 to 2001, Mr. Hicks served as Assistant Conductor for the Metropolitan Opera, and made his Metropolitan Opera stage debut as the concert pianist Lazinski in Giordano's Fedora. He has also served as Associate Conductor for the Santa Fe Opera, The Canadian Opera Company, the Cincinnati Opera, and the New York City Opera. He prepared the singers, conducted rehearsals, and performed as pianist in Maestro Lorin Maazel's first opera production of Britten's Turn of the Screw at Castleton, Virginia. From 1990 to 1995, he collaborated as repetiteur and pianist for Luciano Pavarotti; he has coached, appeared in recital and on television and in master classes Luciano Pavarotti, Franco Corelli, Renata Scotto, Roberta Peters, Teresa Stratas, Anna Moffo, Regina Resnik, Deborah Voigt and Harolyn Blackwell. In 2009, he prepared Renee Fleming for her recording, Verismo!



Matthew Lobaugh currently resides in New York City where he works as a freelance accompanist and maintains a private vocal-coaching studio. His operatic credits include Chorusmaster for the Virginia Opera (2010) and Assistant Conductor at Cincinnati Opera (2006-2010). Mr. Lobaugh also completed a 2-year residency at Los Angeles Opera under the auspices of the Domingo-Thorton Young Artist Program. He holds a M.M. in Music from the College-Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati, OH and dual B.M. degrees in both Piano and Vocal Performance from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX. Last month, Mr. Lobaugh conducted our Lincoln Center performance of Die Zauberflöte and our Symphony Space performance earlier in the day.


JUDGES FOR NATIONAL FINALS (in alphabetical order)



Ken Benson joined Columbia Artists Management, Inc. in 1986 and for 25 years headed his own division as Vice President. Recently, he has interviewed Jonas Kaufman for the Wagner Society of New York, has given lectures on The "Ring" cycle for the Metropolitan Opera and has given a pre-concert lecture at the Caramoor Festival.  Well-known and respected for his broad knowledge of repertoire and voices, he represented Harolyn Blackwell, Patrick Carfizzi, Rod Gilfry, Marcello Giordani, Thomas Hampson, Jerry Hadley, Lucas Meachem, Susanne Mentzer, Aprile Millo, and Florence Quivar, among many others.  He is presently the Executive Director of the Marcello Giordani Foundation.  Mr. Benson appears frequently as both host and panelist on the Opera Quiz of the Metropolitan Opera's radio broadcasts, and as a writer, he contributes to Opera News and Classical Singer magazines.  He is regularly invited to give classes at Yale, DePaul, Roosevelt, and Indiana Universities, Manhattan School of Music, Mannes College, Hartt School of Music, and U.C.L.A. as well as for many of the Young Artists Programs of major opera companies throughout the U.S. He also offers individual consultations to singers on auditioning techniques and career direction.  This fall he returns for his third season as in-house consultant to the Master’s students of Vocal Arts, Juilliard.  Mr. Benson adjudicates vocal competitions for the Metropolitan Opera, Opera Index, Palm Beach Opera, Astral Artists, and for various foundations including: The George London Foundation, The Richard Tucker Foundation, Licia Albanese/Puccini Foundation, Gerda Lissner Foundation, Giulio Gari Foundation, The Loren Zachary Foundation, and the Liederkranz Foundation.  Since 1996, he has appeared each season on the Metropolitan Opera Radio Broadcasts, on the Opera Quiz, Record Collector’s Roundtables, panel discussions and presenting biographies of great singers.  In 2010-11 he launched the New York City Opera's "Listening Room" series, with recorded material and discussion for each opera in the season's repertoire.



Israeli born-American based mezzo-soprano, Zehava Gal studied voice at the Juilliard School of Music and Piano at the Rubin Academy in Jerusalem. Ms. Gal won prestigious awards such as the Paris and Munich International Voice Competition, and Young Concert Artists in NY. Gal has sung at top opera houses and festivals all over the world, such as La Scala, Paris, Covent garden, Vienna, Glyndebourne, Santa Fe, & Pesaro. Gal sung with conductors such as Von Karajan, Abbado, Mehta, Barenboim with major orchestras such as New York, Israel & Berlin philharmonic, Chicago Symphony. Ms. Gal has appeared in the title role of Carmen in Peter Brook’s Theatre and Film production of La Tragédie de Carmen. Ms. Gal has recorded for major record labels including RCA, CBS, Philips and EMI. Since 1994, Ms. Gal holds a teaching position at the Westminster Choir College, Princeton, N.J., and a private studio in NYC. As an extremely well received master teacher, She has been invited to give Master Classes and Seminars at top conservatories and voice organizations around the world. 



Tenor, Michael Paul's professional students perform in both national and international venues, in opera, oratorio, lied, and musical theater.  Mr. Paul's students perform principal roles regularly at venues such as the Metropolitan Opera, New York City Opera, San Francisco Opera, Los Angeles Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Washington National Opera, Royal Opera Covent Garden, Deutsch Oper Berlin, Teatro San Carlo in Naples, Teatro alla Scala, Teatro Communale in Florence, the Welsh National Opera, Opera Australia, Baltimore Opera, Dallas Opera, The Florida Grand Opera, and the Santa Fe Opera. On Broadway his students have performed leading roles in The Phantom of the Opera, Flower Drum Song, Jane Eyre, Marie Christine, Miss Saigon, Les Mirables, and the Lion King.  Mr. Paul's students have been prize winners in competitions such as the Metropolitan Opera Competition, the Richard Tucker Awards, the Licia Albanese-Puccini Foundation Competition, the Loren Zachary Competition,  the New York Oratorio Society Competition, the Opera Index Awards, and The George London Awards. His students also perform regularly in concert venues such as Alice Tully Hall, Carnegie Hall, Merkin Hall, Town Hall, and many other recital venues and  are accepted regularly into the major American opera apprentice programs. He is on faculty at the Washington Opera's Domingo-Cafritz Young Artist program. 


NATIONAL FINALISTS (in alphabetical order)



Mezzo-Soprano, Lacey Jo Benter is currently enrolled at The Juilliard School pursuing an Artist Diploma in Opera Studies. She is a previous graduate of The Juilliard School and Lawrence University. Roles: Maurya (Riders to the Sea), Zita & La Ciesca (Gianni Schicchi), La Marchande de Journaux (Les Mamelles de Tiresias), Madame de Croissy (Les Dialogues des Carmélites), and Ma Moss (The Tender Land). Upcoming: Donna Elvira (Don Giovanni) and a reprise of Madame de Croissy, both at Chautauqua Institute.



A freshman at Princeton University studying music and romance languages, Erika Baikoff has been studying voice with Sooyeon Kim.  While attending LaGuardia High School, she studied with Lorraine Nubar.  Most recently, she competed in the 2012 Classical Singer convention and the 2013 Mondavi Center Young Artists Competition as a national finalist in both. Ms. Baikoff  has also been invited to perform in this year’s Bouchaine Young Artists Concert at the Napa Valley Festival del sole, which will include world-renowned artists Jessye Norman and Audra McDonald.



Soprano, Mary Claire Curran is a first year graduate student at the University of Miami's Frost School of Music. This year, she has originated the role of Janice in Charles Mason's world premiere opera Entanglements, she has sung Erste Dame in Frost Opera Theatre's Die Zauberflöte, was Sally Brown in You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown and has sung in concert recitals. She has been a Masterclass participant for Darren K. Woods, Dean Anthony, Sylvia Greenberg, Denyce Graves and Barbara Bonney. This summer she will be a Young Artist at SongFest in Los Angeles.


SAMANTHA DWYER (Pre-college Division)

Soprano, Samantha Dwyer is currently a senior at Centereach High School in NY and will attend the Aaron Copland School of Music in Fall, 2013.  Roles: Santuzza (Cavelleria Rusticana), Mrs. Nolan (The Medium), Fantine (Les Misérables Student Edition), Mimi (Scenes from La Bohème), and Mrs. Potts (Beauty and the Beast Jr.).  Honors:  2012 All State Women’s Chorus, 2013 All-Eastern Mixed Choir, and Stony Brook Pre-College Performances at Stony Brook University Staller Center.



Soprano, Halley Gilbert graduated from Eastman School of Music where she sang the roles of La Fee (Cendrillon) and Arminda (La Finta Giardiniera). Recent credits include Adina cover (L’elisir D’Amore) with the Opera Company of Brooklyn and Opera For Humanity, Queen of the Night (Die Zauberflöte) with Harrisburg Opera Associate, La Fée cover (Cendrillon) with New York Lyric Opera Theater; Lucia cover (Lucia di Lammermoor) and Gianetta (L'elisir D'amore) with Opera For Humanity. This summer, she will be covering Fortuna/Damigella (L'incoronazione di Poppea).



New York native soprano, Shana Grossman attended the Diller-Quale School of music where her passion for performing emerged.  She was accepted and attended the prestigious Peabody Conservatory of Music, where she earned her undergraduate degree in vocal performance in 2012. Ms. Grossman is currently pursuing her Masters at Brooklyn College where she most recently performed the role of Nanetta in Verdi's Falstaff.  Her upcoming performance will be at Brooklyn College where she will be singing the title role in Stravinsky's Le Rossignol.



Born in New York City, Liana Brooke Guberman is pursuing a Professional Studies Diploma at Mannes College. Her roles include Parasha in Stravinsky’s Mavra, Donna Anna in Don Giovanni, Thérèse in Les Mamelles de Tirésias, Puccini's Suor Angelica, and Pamina in Die Zauberflöte.  She received a Master’s of Music from Purchase College Conservatory and a Bachelor of Music from Boston University. She attended the Castleton Artist Training Program, “Si parla, Si canta,” the Franz-Schubert-Institut in Baden bei Wien, Austria, and Chautauqua.



Baritone, Jonathan Hare is a graduate of the Manhattan School of Music. Roles: Schaunard (La Bohème) with the North Shore Music Festival, Papageno (The Magic Flute) with the New York Lyric Opera Theatre and the Marina Arroyo Foundation, Baron (La Traviata) with the New York Grand Opera, Tim (God Bless Us Everyone) with the Dicapo Opera. Upcoming: Silvio (Pagliacci) with the New Rochelle Opera.




According to Opera News, Joel Herold, “showed off a handsome, light baritone and polished stage presence” as Pish-Tush in The Mikado during the 2011 Fort Worth Opera Festival. Upcoming: Apprentice Artist with at Caramoor. He was a national semi-finalist for the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions. Venues/Companies: Santa Fe Concert Association, Opera Memphis, Fort Worth Opera, Lake George Opera, Connecticut Opera, Opera Cleveland. Roles:  Belcore (Elixir of Love), Papageno (The Magic Flute), Antonio (Le Nozze di Figaro), and Frank (Die Fledermaus).


JOYCE JIN (Division I)

Joyce Jin recently graduated from Converse College with a Bachelor’s of Music and a distinction in performance award. She will be pursuing her master’s degree at the Royal Academy of Music in London this coming fall. She received the young artist award at the Hariclea Darclée International Voice Competition in August 2012. Roles: Despina in Così fan tutte with the Converse Opera in 2011 and Barbarina in Le Nozze di Figaro at Operafestival di Roma in 2009. In addition, Ms. Jin has sung in several recitals and concerts in Italy under the Italian conductor maestro Marco Balderi.



Mezzo-soprano, Kathryn Leemhuis recently sang Dorabella in Così fan tutte (Opera Theatre St. Louis), Florence Pike in Albert Herring (Florentine Opera), Amaltea in Mosè in Egitto (Chicago Opera Theater), Zerlina in Don Giovanni (Opera Theatre St. Louis), Suzuki in Madama Butterfly (DuPage Opera).  Venues: Lyric Opera Chicago, Hollywood Bowl, Carnegie Hall, Metropolitan Opera, Tanglewood, Ravinia. Awards: 1st Place (Bel Canto Competition), 2nd Place (Lissner Competition), and 2nd Prize (Florida Grand Opera Competition).



Alexandra Loutsion has recently been seen with Washington Concert Opera as Anna Kennedy in Maria Stuarda, Mother/Witch in Hänsel und Gretel with Pittsburgh Opera, and the cover of Cio-Cio San in Madama Butterfly with Opera Santa Barbara. Additional roles: Title role cover in Tosca (Santa Fe Opera), Anna cover in Maometto II (Santa Fe Opera), Cio-Cio San in Madama Butterfly (Opera on the James, Central City Opera Family Performance), Armida in Rinaldo (Pittsburgh Opera), and Melissa in Handel’s Amadigi di Gaula (Central City Opera Family Performance).



Nini Marchese is a young Soprano from Lisle, Illinois.  She is currently working toward a B.M. in Vocal Performance at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, studying with Cynthia Haymon. In recital and competition, Ms. Marchese has most recently performed works by Mozart, Fauré, Donaudy, and Quilter. In 2011, she appeared as Margot in Franz Lehar’s Die Lustige Witwe with Sinfonietta Bel Canto Opera.



Currently studying with Sondra Kelly, Ema Mitrović holds a BM from New Jersey City University. Roles: Title role (Carmen), Carmen (La Tragédie de Carmen), Le Prince Charmant (Cendrillon), Suzuki (Madama Butterfly), Maddalena (Rigoletto), Martine (Le Médecin malgre lui), Abbess & Monitor (Suor Angelica), third lady (Die Zauberflöte), first witch (Dido Aeneas), Mrs. Gobineau (The Medium), The Mother (Amahl and the Night Visitors), third lady (The Magic Flute). Awards: NJ NATS ‘13, 1st Place Division 9; 8th Annual Peter Elvin’s Vocal Competition, Semi-finalist.


ERIN MOR (Division I)

Tenor, Aaron Mor is a second year student at Juilliard, where he studies voice with Marlena Malas. Earlier this year, Mr. Mor was seen as a super in the Juilliard production of Così fan Tutte. Last summer he was able to study and perform at Chautauqua Institution. He graduated Great Neck South High School where he performed in numerous productions, including the title roles in Les Contes d’Hoffmann, Gianni Schicchi and Phantom of the Opera. Mr. Mor is also a graduate of the Juilliard Pre-College Division.


GALEN OTTEN (Pre-college Division)

Galen Otten, a junior at Fairview High School in Boulder, Colorado has been active in youth theater for 9 years.  Highlights of recent performances include: Cassie in 13: The Musical, Regional Premier with Broadway in Boulder, Hodel in Fiddler on the Roof with Center Stage Theater Co., Brooke Wyndham in Legally Blonde at Fairview High School, Classical Soloist in Fairview’s POPs Show, Soloist in Calling All Dawns  at the Temple Buell Theater.  She is a student of Lauren Sawyer at Boulder Classical Voice and plans to pursue her education in opera.


SAMANTHA PARK (Pre-college Division)

Currently a senior at Suffern (NY) High School, Samantha Park will be attending Eastman School of Music in the fall to pursue a B.M. in Vocal Performance as a recipient of the Hanson Scholarship Award.  Ms. Park began classical voice training in 2010 and earned perfect scores at NY All State Voice competitions in 2011 and 2012. Recently, she has received 1st place college scholarships in local competitions and was a national finalist of the Bacardi Fallon Music Competition.



Soprano, Rachel Policar has recently been seen as the title character in the world premiere of Liebovar  with the Brooklyn Philharmonic at St. John the Divine Cathedral and as Young Molly Pitcher in the world premiere of The Boston Tea Party Opera. She will join the Janiec Opera Company at Brevard this summer, performing Valencienne in The Merry Widow and covering Nannetta in Falstaff. She is a semi-finalist in the Classical Singer Competition and a finalist in the Ladies Musical Club of Seattle Competition



Lauren Rosas is a current undergraduate soprano of Westminster Choir College. Ms. Rosas has performed in Guys and Dolls and in Warren Martin's The True Story of Cinderella as Cinderella. Sacred music works include: Arvo Pärt Gloria, Schubert Mass in G, and Vivaldi Gloria. She recently placed 1st in the voice awards scholarship in Westminster Choir college. She is currently still working on her Bachelor’s degree for Voice Performance at Westminster Choir College under the study of her voice teacher, Carolann Page.


ERIN SCHWAB (Division I)

Erin Schwab is in her final year at Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Arts. Roles: Nanetta (Falstaff), Noémie (Cendrillon), Lucky Lockitt (The Beggar’s Opera).  She has also performed in Carmen at the Castleton Festival and La Bohème at the Royal Opera House Muscat in Oman, both conducted by Lorin Maazel. Sacred works include: Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass, Fauré’s Requiem, Gabrieli’s In Ecclesiis, Mendelssohn’s Hear My Prayer (O for the Wings of a Dove), and Haydn’s Heiligmesse.



Kate Tombaugh recently made her Carnegie Hall solo debut upon winning the Barry Alexander International Vocal Competition. Roles: Lucette (Cendrillon), Angelina (La Cenerentola), Meg Page (Falstaff), Meg (Little Women), Papagena/Second Lady (Die Zauberflöte). Venues: Santa Fe Opera, Utah Opera, Opera Omaha, Madison Opera, Opera Theatre of St. Louis, Santa Fe Concert Association, Utah Symphony. Upcoming: Rosina in The Barber of Seville, Hansel in Hansel and Gretel, Flora in La Traviata, Amelie in The Grand Duchess, solo debut with the Jackson Symphony.  



Mezzo-Soprano, Laura Virella is known for her compelling performances. The summer of 2012 in Austria marked her debut as Octavian with Kammersängerin Linda Watson in the Rosenkavalier finale, under the baton of Volksoper Wien’s Gerrit Prieβnitz. A few days later she was named First Runner-Up (2nd to Patricia Racette) for Best Actress in Opera in the DC Theatre Scene Awards for her portrayal of Luisa Fernanda. She holds degrees from the Peabody Conservatory and Manhattan School of Music, apprenticed with Dicapo Opera, and continued studies in Italy, Berlin and Graz.



Melinda Whittington was a National Semi-finalist in the Metropolitan Opera National Council competition, after winning first place at the South Carolina district and the Southeast regional competitions. Upcoming: Donna Elvira (Don Giovanni) at Green Mountain Opera Festival and  Lauretta (Gianni Schicchi) with Opera Carolina.  She was Merola young artist at San Francisco Opera, performing scenes as the title role in Anna Bolena and Vanessa. Additional roles: 2nd Lady (Magic Flute, Opera Carolina), Violetta (La traviata, Brevard), and Alcina (Alcina, Brevard).






Hansini Bhasker
Kendall Brighton
Jordan Costa
Samantha Dwyer
Sarah King  
Matthew Laude  
Melissa Lubars  
Samantha Park  
Nicholas Parrillo
Chelsea Schwartz  
Victoria Stempel
Caroline Zhao


Seung-Hyeon Baek
Erika Baikoff
Kristin Behrmann
Ashley Bell  
Lacey Benter
Joseph Beutel  
Daniel Byerly
Zion Byun
Jordan Campbell  
Danielle Davis
Angela Dinkelman
Eric Downs  
Anna Farysej  
Sarah Gardner
Justin Gordon
Olanna Goudeau
Zoya Gramagin
Shana Grossman
Liana Guberman
Christina Hager
Jonathan Hare
Ashley Harrington  
Joel Herold  
Deena Hower
Scott Ingram
Joyce Jin
Manna KnJoi
Quentin Lee
Kathryn Leemhuis  
Christy Lombardozzi  
Alexandra Lutsion  
Ema Mitrovic
Rachel Montoya
Aaron Mor  
Christopher Nelson
Rachel Policar
Lauren Rosas
Erin Schwab  
Laura Virella
Melinda Whittington


Morgan Brennan


Jihyun Kim  
Sam Jew Kim
Megan Liles
Jackline Madegwa
Nini Marchese
Yoosun Na
Bethany Stiles
Kate Tombaugh  
Heather Youngquist


Virginia Barefield
Maria Zoller


Marie Claire Curran
Ginett Delara
Carl Dupont
Shirin Eskandani  
Omari Hardy
Rebecca Henriques
Alexey Kukhaskiy
Katie Kupchik
Eric McConnell
Kunya Rowley
Hillary Trumpler
Claudio Valverdi  
Alejandro Viera  
Jeffrey Williams


Galen Otten
Halley Gilbert
Annie Gill  
Ewa Plonka