Season 10 Guest Artists


Grace Ho – piano, February 11, 2019
Dr. Grace Ho holds a D.M.A. in piano performance and arts administration from the University of Oregon School of Music and Dance, a Professional Studies Diploma in piano performance from San Francisco Conservatory, a M.M. in piano performance from Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, and a B.M. in piano performance from Biola University Conservatory of Music. Currently, Dr. Ho works at the University of Oregon School of Music and Dance as Professional Development and Academic Advisor for music graduate students. She also serves on the Board of Directors for Oregon Mozart Players and Delgani String Quartet.

Holland Phillips – viola, February 11, 2019
Holland Phillips a native of Mississippi, is principal violist of the Eugene Symphony Orchestra. She also performs with the Oregon Mozart Players, Eugene Opera, and Oregon Bach Festival. During the 2012 summer season, Holland also performed with other Oregon festivals, including the Chintimini Chamber Music Festival in Corvallis and the Sunriver Music Festival in Sunriver. Since age 14, she has been an active recitalist, as well as an orchestral and chamber musician. She has performed in such venues as Boston’s Jordan Hall, Leipzig’s Gewandhaus (Germany), and Leeds Town Hall (UK). While living in Boston, she was a violin instructor and chamber coach at Gordon College (Wenham, MA) and taught violin in the Milton Public Schools (Milton, MA). 

Victoria Wolff – February 11, 2019
Victoria Wolff began her cello studies at age eight in Los Angeles, California. In high-school she attended Interlochen Arts Academy and went on to get her Bachelor’s degree from The Juilliard School and her Doctorate from the University of Texas at Austin. Victoria taught privately in Austin for almost 20 years, with University of Texas String Project, as a chamber music coach and directed her own cello ensemble, The Wolff Tones. She performed regularly with the Austin Symphony as well as many groups both classical and non-classical. She held a position as adjunct professor at Baylor University in Waco Texas from 2007 until the birth of her son in 2014.

Eunhye Grace Choi – piano, April 15, 2019
Korean pianist Eunhye Grace Choi has been praised for her “nice touch and excellent technique” (American Record Guide) and “meticulous attention to detail” (Fanfare). As an active pianist, Choi has performed extensively throughout the United States, France, Belgium, UK, and South Korea. She has recorded for Naxos and Emeritus labels and closely collaborated with renowned composers such as Libby Larsen and Bright Sheng. Her live and recorded performances are frequently broadcasted on the radio, including NPR’s Performance Today.


Tyler Abbott – bass, June 3, 2019
Tyler Abbott maintains an active performance schedule as an orchestral bassist, chamber musician, jazz bassist, clinician, and soloist, performing throughout the region and the nation. He has recently performed with, or is a member of, the Eugene Symphony, Oregon Symphony, Aspen Festival Orchestra, Oregon Bach Festival, Spokane Symphony, OFAM’s “American Symphonia,” Eugene Opera Orchestra, Yakima Symphony Orchestra, Oregon Mozart Players, and Salem Chamber Orchestra. As a chamber musician, he has performed with the Oregon String Quartet Pacifica Trio, Beta Collide, and the Aspen Contemporary Ensemble.

Guy Few – piano/trumpet, June 3, 2019
Guy Few’s instrumental versatility and fearless interpretations have been noted by the international press, “outrageous…simply phenomenal” (Le Devoir, Montreal) and “sheer brilliance” (L.A. Times). He has performed with many Canadian and US orchestras as both trumpet and piano soloist, remains a committed chamber artist in ensembles Few Mara duo, Bellows and Brass, Few and Fewer, Spirit 20, Sounding Thunder and Project Aria, and has been a guest at many festivals including The Festival of the Sound, Tanglewood, Takefu International Music Festival, Oregon Bach Festival, Sweetwater, Elora Festival and Ottawa International Chamber Music

Pilar Bradshaw – violin, October 15, 2018
Pilar joined the Oregon Bach Festival at age 19 as the youngest instrumentalist in its history. She studied at the Royal College of Music in London before returning to Eugene to double major in music and chemistry at the U of O as a National Merit Scholar, Ruth Lorraine Close Scholar in Music, Outstanding Chemistry Student in both her freshman and senior years, Phi Beta Kappa scholar, and the UO Female Valedictorian during her senior year. She studied at the Aspen Summer School of Music in the studio of legendary Juilliard Conservatory violin Professor Dorothy DeLay. She is the owner and senior partner at Eugene Pediatric Associates.

Delgani String Quartet – October 15, 2018
Considered “the state’s finest chamber ensemble” by Oregon Arts Watch, the Delgani String Quartet curates their own concert series in Eugene, Salem, and Portland while also appearing as guest artists throughout the state. Programming for their 2018/2019 season includes celebrated repertoire by Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Dvorak, and Debussy, among others. Guest artists include violinist Tom Stone from the Cypress Quartet and world-renowned clarinetist Wonkak Kim. The musicians of Delgani are violinist Jannie Wei and Wyatt True, violist Kimberlee Uwate, and cellist Eric Alterman. For more information, please visit

Hung-Yun Chu – piano, November 19, 2018
A native of Taiwan, Hung-Yun holds a Doctoral degree in Piano Performance from the University of Oregon, and a Masters degree from the Peabody Conservatory, and obtained her Bachelors from Soochow University in Taipei. She has been selected to perform in many competitions, including the International Taipei Piano Competition, and the Rachmaninoff International Piano Competition. In addition to being an active collaborator in Eugene, she teaches music at Lane Community College and accompanies for the Choral Department at the University of Oregon, the Eugene Symphony Chorus, and the Oregon Bach Festival.

Carolyn Huebl – violin, November 19, 2018 is currently Professor of Violin at the Blair School of Music at Vanderbilt University. Prior to her appointment at Blair, she was Assistant Principal Second Violin with the Pittsburgh Symphony and Assistant Professor of Violin at Carnegie Mellon University. Critics have called her performances “unfailingly sensitive”, “utterly fearless”, and “pristine”, and STRAD magazine declared that she “possesses a beguilingly warm sound and highly responsive expressive personality.”