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Our Boards

Board of Directors

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Lydia Chernicoff, violinist, is the Founder and Artistic Director of Q Concerts, a chamber music series taken out of the concert hall, defined by its daring programming and casual, lively atmosphere.

Pamela Hentges, violin, has recently “retired” to Charleston after a fulfilling career as a professional violinist. During that time, she held the Assistant Principal Second Violin chair of the National Symphony Orchestra, Washington, D.C. for twenty-one years, Principal Se

Colleen Smith-Jones, violin, has recently “retired” to Charleston after a fulfilling career as a professional violinist. During that time, she held the Assistant Principal Second Violin chair of the National Symphony Orchestra, Washington, D.C. for twenty-one years, Principal Second Violin chair of the Richmond Symphony Orchestra, Richmond, VA for fourteen years, and a Section Violin chair in the Kennedy Center

Board of Advisors

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Lydia Chernicoff, violinist, is the Founder and Artistic Director of Q Concerts, a chamber music series taken out of the concert hall, defined by its daring programming and casual, lively atmosphere.

Pamela Hentges, violin, has recently “retired” to Charleston after a fulfilling career as a professional violinist. During that time, she held the Assistant Principal Second Violin chair of the National Symphony Orchestra, Washington, D.C. for twenty-one years, Principal Se

Colleen Smith-Jones, violin, has recently “retired” to Charleston after a fulfilling career as a professional violinist. During that time, she held the Assistant Principal Second Violin chair of the National Symphony Orchestra, Washington, D.C. for twenty-one years, Principal Second Violin chair of the Richmond Symphony Orchestra, Richmond, VA for fourteen years, and a Section Violin chair in the Kennedy Center