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About Sean Frenette:
Whether it’s Carnegie Hall, a street corner, a mountaintop, a school, or the grocery store, Sean loves playing music anywhere, anytime. A graduate of New England Conservatory, Sean is a classically trained guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, composer and teacher. He has performed for 17 years within many different musical genres, and has created new music with his innovations—the 3 string and electric classical guitars. Sean has studied Indian classical music since 2003, primarily as a vocal student of Warren Senders and Michael Stirling. He has also studied sitar with Peter Row and renders this ancient art (as well as music inspired by it) on his 3 string guitar. Sean has performed three times at Carnegie Hall: in 2006 with “Chamber-Grass” pioneers Edgar Meyer and Mike Marshall, in 2009 with master Indian musician Zakir Hussain, and in May of 2010 with composer John Adams and Julliard’s Ensemble ACJW. On the west coast, he has performed with ‘The Everyone Orchestra,’ ‘Shantala,’ Dave Stringer, and as a soloist.
About Lindsey Stormo:
Originally from Montana, Lindsey grew up singing in jazz bands, performing in theater, and studying classical vocal technique. She studied vocal jazz in New York City and graduated from ‘The New School’s Jazz and Contemporary Music Program.’ While in New York City, Lindsey performed at Carnegie Hall, the modern music venue, ‘The Stone,’ and in Lincoln Center’s ‘Wordless Music Series.’ In New York, she sang in David Moore’s new music ensemble, ‘Bing and Ruth,’ the experimental jazz band ‘Myk Freedman Suit,’ and performed compositions by classical contemporary composer, Ayaka Nishina. Lindsey studied theater at ‘Interlochen Arts Academy’ in Michigan, classical voice at the ‘University of Montana,’ and recently acted in several independent short films.