Stephanie Cabell hails from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, but has lived in the DC area for 20 years. In her daytime hours she works as a strategist at the U.S. Department of State and in her evening hours, she’s a volunteer singer with Cantate Chamber Singers and her church choir. Stephanie credits Eya for introducing her to Hildegard von Bingen’s gorgeous mystical works and medieval chants.
David Flaxman is a computer scientist, musician and linguist. During his long career in the software industry he was responsible for several inventions, provided strategic technology consulting to numerous large enterprises, started several companies and helped several young technology companies realize their potential. He now teaches music at American University in the OLLI Program and has in the past taught Italian there. He speaks French and Italian and is coming up to speed in Spanish and in the past has had more than passing familiarity with German and Polish. Finally, David is a tenor who sings with the Choral Arts Society, the City Choir of Washington and the Georgetown Chorale. He serves as the President of the Georgetown Chorale.
Imani Danielle Mosley is Assistant Professor of Musicology at the University of Florida. Originally from North Carolina, she’s a bassoonist and dramaturg in addition to working as a scholar of twentieth and twenty-first century music. She can be found all over the internet, specifically at imanimosley.com and on Twitter at @imanimosley.