Eileen Kosasih is a pianist, violinist, and artist. She has a B.A.Music (violin), M.Music (orchestral conducting), piano diploma, and is an MFA candidate. Eileen is principle 2nd violin of Symphony of the Kootenays. She was concertmaster for the Rocky Mountain Symphony for two seasons. As a crossover freelance musician, she has performed all over North America. Eileen directed Calgary Arts Orchestra, her two-year creative project. She is the accompanist for UUphonia, and was resident accompanist for Calgary Multicultural Choir, Suzuki Talent Education Society, and Calgary Girls Choir. She is a clinician for the Youth Orchestra Symposium at the Banff Centre. Eileen was host and programmer for “Casual Classical” at the King Eddy and currently hosts Classical Revolution Calgary. She and composer Anthony Czarnecki have a jazz-inspired instrumental ensemble called Czarkologie.
Sam Tidd is an organist/pianist hailing from Middle-of-Nowhere, Nova Scotia. Sam has been at a keyboard of some sort since age four, playing for churches, opera companies in both Winnipeg and Calgary, music festivals, and various other gigs. When they’re not playing music, they can be found in the back corner of a pipe organ chamber tinkering around to make sure everything’s in tune.