張以利 - 巴洛克小提琴
張以利，台灣高雄人，巴洛克小提琴家演奏家，為國立台灣師範大學小提琴博士以及美國 Longy School of Music of Bard College 巴洛克小提琴碩士。在台小提琴先後師事蘇顯達、陳沁紅教授。2013年赴美追隨巴洛克小提琴家 Dana Maiben 習琴，亦追隨大鍵琴Vivian Montgomery、Avi Stein 以及古提琴 Jane Hershey、Sarah Cunningham 學習古提琴。曾獲 Honors Competition at Longy 以及 Roman Totenberg Award 等獎項。在美期間以波士頓為主要城市並於各地表演，曾獲北美古提琴協會(Viola da Gamba Society of America)以及 Harpsichord Clearing House之邀請於波士頓古樂節(Boston Early Music Festival) Fringe Concert系列音樂會演出。
Yi-Li Chang - baroque violin
A native of kaohsiung, Taiwan, Yi-Li Chang has been recognized by Boston Musical Intelligencer as a baroque violinist with “confident virtuosity, deliver with fluid and engrossing flair and serious acuity, and blend as necessary, adding a rich warmth to the group’s sound.”
A well-rounded musician, Yi-Li’s knowledge of music goes beyond the modern, baroque violin and keyboard. Yi-Li received Graduate Performance Diploma, and Master of Music degree in Early Music from the Longy School of Music of Bard College, studying under baroque violinist Dana Maiben. In addition to baroque performance, her interests extend to harpsichord, which she has studied with Vivian Montgomery and Avi Stein; and viola da gamba, which she has studied with Jane Hershey. During her studies at Longy she was the winner of the Honors Competition at Longy and granted the prestigious Roman Totenberg Award. Yi-Li has received the Master of Music and Doctor of Music in modern violin performance from the National Taiwan Normal University.
Yi-Li was the faculty at Arlington Public School music program and New School of Music in Massachusetts, and the staff accompanist at Longy School of Music of Bard College. Yi-Li is now the full time senior lecturer at University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.