Mary Clementi is the Executive Director and Music Director of Highbridge Voices. As music director, Mary conducts the Chamber Choir, a 45-voice ensemble of students in grades 7-12. Mary has led Highbridge Voices’ Chamber Choir in several high-profile performances, including a concert for the Justices of the United States Supreme Court, a performance of the National Anthem at Yankees Stadium, and a concert for recording artist and producer will.i.am.
Jade Kearney has been an educator for over eight years serving inner-city youth in both Newark, New Jersey and New Orleans, Louisiana. Jade received her Master’s in education from Montclair State University, and currently attends NYU where she is pursuing a degree in Digital Media Design for Learning.
SunHee received her M.M in Choral Conducting at Westminster Choir College in Princeton and her B.M in Voice Performance with Secondary Education Teaching Certificate at Catholic University of Daegu, South Korea. Before she came to the States, She served as an assistant director and a voice instructor for five years for the youth choir Pueri Cantores in South Korea and also performed extensively in choral works around the world.
Anita Botello Santoyo is graduate from the University of California, Berkeley with a BA in History. She received an MA in Women’s History from Sarah Lawrence College.
Acknowledged by the South Florida Classical Review for her “vocal color and variety,” soprano Elena Blyskal creates vivid and versatile performances of traditional and contemporary repertoire. Favorite roles include the infamous Queen of the Night, a mysterious Voice haunting the Old Testatment’s Jonah (Einstein’s Inconsistency), and Khloe/Kourtney in the workshop of Dana Kaufman’s Opera Kardashian, which were roles created for her.
Alexander J. Chadwell is a Harrisburg, Pennsylvania-born and raised, New York City-based composer of post-genre music.
Olivia Egemba is an educator, a public health data analyst, and a social justice advocate. Prior to joining the team, she completed a Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, a Master of Science degree at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, and a Master of Public Health degree at Columbia University.
Amber Evans is originally from Brisbane, Australia, currently based in New York. A recent graduate of the contemporary classical Masters at Manhattan School of Music under the tutelage of Lucy Shelton, she premiered over thirty new vocal works and became well-versed in modern contemporary classic works of the last few decades.
Paul Harding has worked with urban youth for decades, using music and literature as vehicles to help children express themselves while learning about history and heritage.
Robert has been working as an Electrical Engineer in New York for the past five years. He has strong interests in urban planning, transportation, education and the impacts of city services within communities. He has been a singer and admirer of choral music since childhood. For the past two years he has been a member of the Fort Washington Community Choir in Washington Heights.