Anna Maria Amoroso-Noyes is from Gorham, Maine. She is a graduate of Mount Holyoke College with a B.A. in English, Minor in Music and Certificate of Ethnomusicology. She plays violin and viola, with particular fondness for the viola.
She studied violin with Ron Lantz of the Portland String Quartet; viola with Julia Adams of the Portland String Quartet, John Zharko of the Boston Philharmonic and Kathryn Lockwood of the Lark String Quartet.
During Summer 2012, she spent two months in Varanasi, India researching and studying the pedagogy of Hindustani Classical music.
She enjoys playing chamber music and writing. Currently she lives and works in Portland, Maine.
Jerusha Robinson‘s background is in choral music and musical theater. She earned her BM in Voice from the University of CT, with a second concentration in music theory.
Shortly after moving to Maine, she began studying cello with Christina Chute (Maine Music Society, Atlantic Piano Trio) and writing songs. For the last 12 years, Jerusha has collaborated with musicians and bands all over New England on voice, cello, piano, and the occasional floor tom.