Meet the Team
NY-based flutist Gina Izzo “Rattles speakers and expectations with stop-time razzle, vocal (flute-talk) and electronic (phaser) effects" (NYC Jazz Record). Gina has performed at Lincoln Center Out of Doors, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, David Geffen Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, The Public Theater, the Jazz Standard, and the Bang on a Can Festival, among others. Gina is the co-founder of the contemporary duo RighteousGIRLS with pianist Erika Dohi. RighteousGIRLS’ debut album gathering blue (New Focus Recordings) received 4.5 stars by John Ephland in DownBeat magazine, a 2016 IMPACT Grant, and 2015 New Music USA Project Grant, and featured on Q2 Music, WQXR, and WNYC.
Gina has worked with National arts organizations in professional development, music programming, management, and marketing including Welltone New Music at Symphony Space, the Paul Taylor Dance Company, the Interlochen Arts Academy, Chamber Music America, The College of Performing Arts at The New School, and currently serves as Manager of Learning and Engagement at Carnegie Hall. Gina's work in professional development and entrepreneurship extends through programming and leading workshops and panels at institution such as the Berklee College of Music, the Manhattan School of Music, the Colburn School, Chamber Music America's National Conference, among others.
She is currently part-time faculty at the College of Performing Arts at The New School.
Gina received her B.M. from the Manhattan School of Music and M.M from New York University.
NY-based pianist Eunbi Kim’s genre-defying, interdisciplinary recitals have been presented at venues such as Symphony Space, 92nd Street Y, DiMenna Center, Le Poisson Rouge, Columbia University, The Cell Theatre, the Kennedy Center, Asia Society Texas Center, PianoForte Foundation, Georgetown University, Bennington College, among many others. She has commissioned new work from Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR), and in 2018 released A House of Many Rooms: New Concert Music by Fred Hersch (Albany Records).
An advocate for arts entrepreneurship and artistic innovation, Eunbi has been a speaker at colleges, universities, and national arts organizations such as Chamber Music America, the Asian-American Arts Alliance, the Manhattan School of Music, New York Foundation for the Arts, and New Music Gathering. Her TEDx talk, “Performing Through Fear,” encourages people to regain their confidence through discovering their truest intentions and those of their audience. She has held a fellowship at the Manhattan School of Music’s Center for Music Entrepreneurship, and was one of just 50 artists selected for the New York Foundation for the Arts’ “Artist as Entrepreneur” program.
Eunbi received her M.M. from the Manhattan School of Music.