In 2010 Molly had her concerto debut with the Holyoke Civic Symphony.
A great proponent of new music, Molly has collaborated with numerous award-winning composers, performing chamber and solo works on such series as Lex54 concerts, Spectrum NYC, Neuberger Museum's “Wednesdays at the Neu,” Vox Novus- "The Composer's Voice" and Purchase New Music.
Ashley toured Europe in 20 with classical choral groups and competed at the Cork International Choral Festival in Cork, Ireland.
In 2009, Ashley began singing jazz, and this soon became her primary genre.
He is always thrilled to go to his piano lessons on Thursdays.
Ashley is a great teacher and we want Tomohito to continue working with her.
"Tomohito really likes Ashley and enjoys the lessons with her so much.
She is a founding member of the Rt9 Ensemble and Anderson Hill Trio with whom she has toured throughout the Northeast, New York and Georgia, presenting concerts in non-traditional venues to concert halls.
Steven Huter has taught piano and music theory in conservatories and colleges around the world, including Manhattan School of Music, Mannes College of Music Preparatory Department, Indiana University, and conservatories in France and Switzerland. In 2015, he placed second in the National Trumpet Competition - Jazz Division.
He has given solo and chamber music performances throughout the world and made his Carnegie Hall debut in 1998. In 2016, Alec graduated from the University of Miami’s Frost School of Music, and he is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree at the Manhattan School of Music.
After graduating from ASFA in 2005, Ashley continued her classical studies at the University of Alabama where she received her Bachelor and Masters degree in Music Education.
She has performed in operas and musicals, including The Pirates of Penzance and The Devil and Daniel Webster, as well as other vocal performance ensembles.