格蓝博士作为一个指挥家和小提琴家，已经录制若干音乐专辑。他的柴可夫斯基第六交响曲录音被评论家的高度赞扬：“这是一个世界级的录音，听到一个著名音乐会曲目被录制得如此诚实美妙，令人耳目一新。”“（罗宾.麦克尼尔：《丹佛时报》）。”一首熟悉的乐曲的杰出录音。（理查德.尼尔森：《亚利桑那共和》）。格蓝最近第一次与拉蒙特交响乐团合作，录制了贝多芬第七交响乐，将于今年晚些时候由著名音乐公司Albany Records 发行。
Walter Cosand，pianist and Professor of Music at Arizona State University，studied at Eastman School of Music with Cecile Genhart and Barry Snyder. He also studied with Joerg Demus in Europe on a grant from the DAAD. He has won several significant awards including the Eastman Concerto Competition，the grand prize from the International Piano Recording Competition and grants from the National Endowment for the Arts.
He has been favorably reviewed in the New York Times，the San Francisco Chronicle，the Arizona Republic，and several music periodicals. In addition to playing throughout the United States，he has performed in Australia，Asia，Canada，Russia and Europe. An experienced recitalist and chamber music performer，he has also performed thirty different concertos.
He has commissioned new music from William Albright，William Bolcom，David Diamond and Rodney Rogers. He has been heard on National Public Radio，the Australian Broadcasting Corporation，Bayerischer Rundfunk，Korean Cable Television，AMD-TV Beijing and Sverdlovsk Radio. In 2004 he played in Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall，New York City. He performed and taught classes at Central Conservatory of Music，Beijing，China，in 2006.
He can be heard on ACA Digital，Advance，ARF，Canyon，Centaur，DPS，JIGU，Koch and Summit recordings. Mr. Cosand is a Steinway Artist.
小提琴家麦卡琳博士是一位杰出的独奏家、室内乐演奏家和音乐 教育家。自从她在15岁时与在俄洛冈州交响乐团合作首演以来，先后与美国和世界上40多个交响乐团和室内乐团合作。麦卡琳博士并应邀为 Summit，Centaur，and Opus One 等著名音乐出版公司录制了14张音乐专辑，她最新的（小提琴/钢琴）法国作品专辑被评选为 KBAQ CD。此外，麦卡琳博士的演奏曾被美国NPR广播电台NPR，纽约的WQXR鲍伯谢尔曼的“听音室”节目和全美各地的广播电台播送。
Violinist Katherine McLin enjoys an extremely varied and prolific performing career as a concerto soloist，recitalist，and chamber and orchestral musician. Since her debut with the Oregon Symphony at the age of fifteen，Dr. McLin has made over 40 appearances as soloist with orchestras across the country and the world. Dr.
McLin appears on 14 compact disc recordings under the Summit，Centaur，and Opus One labels and has four additional releases pending for 2010-11. Her most recent project Beau Soir，a disc of French violin/piano duo music with Andrew Campbell，was released on the Summit Records label in 2010 and was a KBAQ CD of the week in February.
A frequent guest recitalist and educator，Dr. McLin gave the featured Violin Master Class at the 2008 National American String Teacher's Association Conference in NM. She has presented master classes at over 50 music schools across the country and abroad，including the University of Michigan，Trinity College （London），North Carolina School for the Arts，Boston University，Blair School of Music at Vanderbilt，Carnegie Mellon University，University of Oklahoma，University of Colorado at Boulder，University of Kansas，University of Oregon，University of Georgia，University of Kentucky，West Virginia University，Texas Christian University，and University of Miami，to name a few.
Dr. McLin received her doctorate in violin performance from the University of Michigan as a student of Paul Kantor. She holds additional performance degrees from Indiana University and the Oberlin College Conservatory，and for three years was an orchestral fellowship recipient at the Aspen Music Festival. Her former teachers include Franco Gulli，Josef Gingold，and Kathleen Winkler.
Dr. McLin plays on a 1734 Sanctus Seraphin violin.
A native of Chicago，Lawrence Golan is from a musical family and holds degrees in both conducting and violin performance from Indiana University's J （B.M. and M.M.） and the New England Conservatory of Music （D.M.A.）. In addition，he studied at all of the major conducting festivals including Aspen and Tanglewood，where in 1999 he was awarded the Leonard Bernstein Conducting Fellowship. The long list of distinguished conductors with whom Mr. Golan studied includes Robert Spano，Jorma Panula，David Zinman，Seiji Ozawa，Gustav Meier，Leonard Slatkin，Marin Alsop，Murry Sidlin，and Harold FarbermanGolan has been invited to conduct professional orchestras，opera and ballet companies in the United States and around the world. Having conducted in 25 U.S. states and 14 countries，this season includes engagements in Boulder，Macon，Memphis，Palm Beach，Portland，Tucson，Taipei and Italy. As Resident Conductor of The Phoenix Symphony， that orchestra's President and CEO Maryellen Gleason stated that Lawrence Golan was "unequivocally the best Resident Conductor The Phoenix Symphony ever had." Music Director Michael Christie said that Golan "is a programmer of virtually unprecedented creativity and scope."
Each summer，Golan teaches at the renowned Conductor's Institute at Bard College in New York. Along with JoAnn Falletta，he was recently asked to join the Conductors Guild's prestigious Mentoring Committee，which makes itself available to advise conductors from all over the world.
Golan has recorded several professional CDs，both as a conductor and violinist. His recording of Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 6 has been highly praised by critics: "This is a world-class recording. It is refreshing to hear a recording of a well-known work of concert repertoire done so honestly and so beautifully." （Robin McNeil，In Denver Times）. "It stands up to many more-familiar recordings." （Richard Nilsen，The Arizona Republic）. Golan's most recent recording，and his first with the Lamont Symphony Orchestra，Beethoven 7 and Beethoven 7.1 by William Hill，will be released by Albany Records later this year.
The 2010-11 season marks Lawrence Golan's 10th year as a professor at the University of Denver's Lamont School of Music where he conducts the Lamont Symphony Orchestra and Opera Theatre and leads one of the most distinguished and highly sought after graduate conducting programs in the United States. During his time in Denver，Golan has won six consecutive Outstanding Merit Awards，five ASCAP Awards for Adventurous Programming of Contemporary Music，and the Downbeat Magazine Award for Best College Symphony Orchestra.
Following in the footsteps of his father Joseph Golan，former Principal Second Violinist of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra，Lawrence Golan is also an accomplished violinist. He was Concertmaster of the Portland Symphony Orchestra for eleven years，and has appeared as soloist with numerous orchestras，including the Chicago Symphony. Golan's scholarly-performing edition of the solo violin works of J. S. Bach that includes a handbook on Baroque Performance Practice，and The Lawrence Golan Violin Scale System are both published by Mel Bay Publications. His original composition Fantasia for Solo Violin is published by Ludwig Music.