Featured Members

Greg Bartholomew

The music of award-winning American composer Greg Bartholomew is frequently performed across the United States and in Canada, Europe and Australia by such highly-regarded instrumental ensembles as Third Angle New Music Ensemble, Alaska Brass, and the Mexico City Wind Quintet, and such acclaimed choral ensembles as Seattle Pro Musica, the Oratorio Society of Minnesota, Austin Vocal Arts Ensemble, and the Pink Singers (London). NPR classical music reviewer Tom Manoff called Bartholomew "a fine composer not afraid of accessibility."

Donivan Johnson

Donivan Johnson received his Master of Arts in Composition from California State University, Northridge. He serves as the only K-12 music instructor for the Selkirk School District. He was on the roster for the 2010 – 2012 Humanities Washington Inquiring Mind Speakers Bureau. In October 2011 he presented his interactive lecture entitled Listen Up! What Is Modern Music? in Redmond and Moses Lake. In September 2011 Johnson was selected as classical music correspondent for The Spokesman-Review.

Rachel Matthews

Pianist and composer Rachel Matthews has made her home in Seattle for 15 years. Her performances have been described as follows: "compelling mastery and artistry" (Seattle Times); "thrilling chamber music performances" (Seattle Weekly); "[B]rilliant. Matthews enriched every phrase she played with a sure sense of.… style and technical finesse" (Winston-Salem Journal).

David Reeves

David Reeves was born in Minneapolis in 1973. He studied percussion performance at the University of Washington (BM ’03). His teachers were Tom Collier, Mike Crusoe and Tim Salzman. Prior to his time at UW Reeves studied composition at Indiana University. His composition teachers were Don Freund and Claude Baker.