Past Featured Artists

  • Photos provided by Anne Fleming, CMO Member
Andrew Greenwood
(Bass Baritone)
Alisa van Diijk
Angela Cavadas
Benjamin Louwershiemer (Cellist)
Cathy Gallagher
Christian Herki
Christopher Simmons
Crystal Hicks
David Antoniuk
David Voth
Don Lehn (Broadcaster)
Dr. Edward Lewis
Dr. Janice Fehlauer (Pianist)
Dr. Ralph Jones
Dr. Robert Silverman
Dr. Sarah Davis Buechner
Jackson Howard (Trombonist)
Jacqui Higgenbottom (Actress)
Jane Hayes
Jaques Despres (Pianist)
Jennifer Lim (Pianist)
Jonah Kassel
Kaori Otake
Karen Pitkethly
(Flamenco Dancer)
Kevin Davey
(John Lennon Tribute)
Krystyna Tuka (Pianist)
Madison Mailey (Soprano)
Melanie Krueger (Soprano)
Mennonite Men’s Choir
Michael Kvicinsky
Miya Otake (Harpist)
Rod Swanson (Classical Guitarist)
Sarah Anderson-Cauldfield (Soprano)
Sarah Dyck
Sibohan Raupach (Soprano)
Solchan Kim (Violinist)
Sora Takahashi
The Fab Fourever
(The Beatles Tribute Group)
The Somerset Trio
Tiffany Deloof
Timothy Chae (Tenor)
Walter Schwede (Violinist)
Gregorio Jonsoni
(Maestro Emeritus)

Maestro Gregorio Jonsoni has returned to his homeland of Italy with his wife and large family of thirteen children:  Gregorio III, Gabriella, Gino, Giacomo, Ginevra, Giorgia, twins Giovanna and Gianna, Gia, Giuliano, Giovanni, and twins Guiseppe and Guido.  Ever superstitious, Gregorio wished to have more children, to which his wife responded:  “Darling, I love you, but I will take my chances with thirteen.  I’m exhausted.”

These days, Gregorio directs the Children’s Choir of Turin in which all of his children, save one, are members.  His son and namesake, Gregorio III, an accomplished skier, spends his days on the slopes of The Alps.

In his free time  –  precious little  –  Gregorio builds birdhouses in his home woodshop.  In collaboration with a local clockmaker, many of these are converted into cuckoo clocks and are popular with the locals and tourists alike.