Emily senchuk

Emily is the Director of Operations and Bergmann Project Director. Originally from Detroit, Emily is a versatile woodwind performer and teacher, who performs in a variety of musical styles ranging from symphony orchestra and chamber ensembles to musical theatre and jazz big bands. She earned a Bachelors Degree in Music Composition from Wayne State University where she also studied flute, clarinet, saxophone and piano with Detroit Symphony musicians such as Clement Barone, and the top jazz performers in the Metro Detroit area. Emily has performed with Johnny Mathis, Steve Lawrence & Edie Gourmet, the Fox Theatre Motown Revival, Rick Marghiza, and many ensembles including Torrance and Antelope Valley Symphonies, Composers Ensemble of Los Angeles, Torrance Civic Chorale and has been a featured soloist with the Palisades Symphony. 

Emily performs regularly with several ensembles including the Golden State Pops Orchestra, MESTO Orchestra, and the Orchestra Santa Monica Woodwind Quintet which brings educational programs to hundreds of school children each year and promotes new music by local composers in their chamber music concerts. She also performs with, manages and composes for the Los Angeles Flute Orchestra. Many of her works for flute ensemble have been performed at the National Flute Association's National Conventions and have received honors in the NFA's Newly Published Music Competition.

Her love of teaching is equal to that of performing and she has taught privately and in many schools in Michigan and California for over fifteen years. Like her performance resume, her teaching experience is multifaceted and includes private lessons, small group lessons, general music classes, chamber ensemble coaching, and band and orchestra classes. She is a member of Music Teachers' Association of Calfornia and in addition to teaching privately, she is a Dream Winds Coach at John Adams Middle School and she also teaches instrumental music classes at St. Matthews School and UCLA Lab School.