Musicians

Todd Fickley, Assistant Conductor

Todd Fickley_Secular BachTodd Fickley is the Assistant Conductor and Keyboard Artist of the Washington Bach Consort, having performed with them for over 15 years. He is also the Associate Music Director and Chorus Master of the Cathedral Choral Society. Mr. Fickley is the Assistant Director and Keyboard Artist for The Choralis Foundation as well as the Organist of The Falls Church Anglican in Falls Church, Virginia. He has performed with a wide variety of ensembles, such as the National Symphony Orchestra, the National Philharmonic, and the Three Notch’d Road baroque ensemble.

A native Washingtonian, Mr. Fickley began his organ studies at the Washington National Cathedral under Bruce Neswick. For many years he taught and prepared choirs of all ages using the Royal School of Church Music system for performances of repertoire ranging from Bach’s Passions and Cantatas to annual Nine L
essons and Carols Programs.

At the age of 23, Mr. Fickley was made a Fellow of the American Guild of Organists (AGO). He also holds the AGO Choirmaster Diploma as well as the M.A. in Organ Performance with High Distinction from the University of Wales.

A prize-winning organist, Mr. Fickley has been featured numerous times on NPR and PRI and has performed and conducted across the United States, Israel, and Europe. In 2014 he launched “The Bach Project”, a cycle of concerts performing and recording all of Bach’s organ works, the first time in almost a quarter of a century that such a project has been undertaken in the DC area. The second volume of this cycle was recently released on the MSR Classics label. The first volume was praised in Fanfare Magazine as “some of the most enthralling Bach organ playing you are likely to hear anywhere by anyone.”

Mr. Fickley is frequently seen as conductor, soloist, accompanist and speaker in the Washington DC metro area. He is an officer in the Order of St. John and a member of the National Society of Washington Family Descendants.

CHORUS

Soprano
Katelyn G. Aungst
Robin Beckman
Amy Nicole Broadbent
Kate Vetter Cain
Crossley Hawn
Suzanne Karpov
Rebecca Kellerman Petretta
Laura Choi Stuart

Alto
Zoe Band
Kristen Dubenion-Smith
Chris Dudley
Barbara Hollinshead
Roger Isaacs
Sarah Davis Issaelkhoury
Natalia Kojanova


ORCHESTRA

Violin
Dongmyung Ahn
Tatiana Chulochnikova*
Evan Few
Andrew Fouts*
Rebecca Harris
Fiona Hughes
Matvey Lapin
Caroline Levy
Annie Loud
David McCormick
Leslie Nero
Allison Edberg Nyquist
Daniela Giulia Pierson
Amelia Roosevelt
Gail Hernández Rosa
Marlisa del Cid Woods

Viola
Cynthia K. Black
Risa Browder
Marta Howard
Annie Loud
Scott McCormick
Paul Miller

Cello
Wade Davis
Amy Domingues
Rebecca Humphrey
John Moran
Douglas Poplin
Nancy Jo Snider

Gamba
John Moran
Patricia Ann Neely

Bass
Shawn Alger
Jessica Powell Eig
Jay Elfenbein
Patricia Ann Neely

Tenor
Nicolas Fichter
Gary Glick
Matthew Hill
Nicholas Houhoulis
Patrick Kilbride
Robert Petillo
Matthew Loyal Smith
Kyle Tomlin

Bass

Joshua Brown
Steven Combs
Mark Duer
Richard Giarusso
Karl Hempel
Andrew Sauvageau
Jason Widney

 

Flute
Wendell Dobbs
Colin St-Martin
Gwyn Roberts
Kathryn Roth
Rodrigo Tarrazza

Oboe
Geoffrey Burgess
Fatma Daglar
David Dickey
Sarah Huebsch
Meg Owens

Bassoon
Scott Cassada
Anna Marsh
Ben Matus
Nate Helgeson

Horn
Paul Hopkins
Bradley Tatum

Trumpet
Josh Cohen
Stanley Curtis
Dennis Ferry
Joelle Monroe

Timpani
Michelle Humphreys
Tom Jones

Theorbo/Lute
William Simms

Organ/Harpsichord
Scott Dettra
Todd Fickley
Jeremy Filsell
Adam Pearl

*Concertmaster