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Ashley Kelly and Ashlyn Harrington

Ashley Kelly and Ashlyn Harrington
Ashley Kelly currently holds the position of Lecturer of Saxophone at the University of New Mexico. She has enjoyed notable performances with the New Mexico Philharmonic, Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra, New Mexico Symphony Orchestra and, most recently, the Santa Fe Opera, where she participated in the premiere of the contemporary opera, The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs. She has performed as a soloist at national and regional NASA conferences and has been selected to perform at the 2018 John Donald Robb Composer’s Symposium, performing Chant by Augusta Read Thomas. Ashley holds a Doctorate of Musical Arts from Louisiana State University, a Master of Music degree in saxophone performance from the University of New Mexico and a Bachelor of Music degree in music education and performance from the University of Montevallo. Her primary teachers are Dr. Griffin Campbell, Dr. Eric Lau, Glenn Kostur and Dr. Lori Ardovino. Ashlyn Harrington is a pianist based in Chicago, IL. As a solo and collaborative performer, Harrington aims to promote contemporary classical works and move audiences with music from all eras. Harrington holds a Master's degree in Piano Performance from Louisiana State University, a Bachelor's degree in Piano Performance with Honors from New Mexico State University, and has served on faculty at New Mexico Highlands University and the Santa Fe University of Art and Design. 
Ashley Kelly, saxophone
Ashlyn Harrington, piano
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