Winsor Music is governed by a seven-member board, with day-to-day operations being managed by a part-time Operations Manager. Founder and Artistic Director Peggy Pearson has been solo oboist with the Emmanuel Chamber Orchestra for 40 years, and has a long association with these and other musicians of international circles. Accordingly, Winsor Music, as a presenting organization, has been granted access to an exceptional group of performing artists. Peggy Pearson’s passion for chamber music and commitment to Winsor Music have been the driving force behind the organization’s success.


"One cannot adequately praise oboist Peggy Pearson...  Bach is, by now, in her DNA, and each time.....she had a prominent part the result was astonishment.  She was stupendous all evening..."

                                                                 The Arts Fuse

Georgia native Gabriela Diaz began her musical training at the age of five, studying piano with her mother, and the next year, violin with her father. Gabriela graduated with honors from New England Conservatory, receiving Bachelor and Master’s degrees in violin as a student of James Buswell; at NEC, she received the George W. Chadwick Medal, the highest undergraduate award, and the John Cage Award for commitment to contemporary music.

As a cancer survivor, Gabriela is committed to supporting cancer research and treatment in her capacity as a musician. In 2004, Gabriela was a recipient of a grant from the Albert Schweitzer Foundation, an award that enabled Gabriela to create and direct the Boston Hope Ensemble. A firm believer in the healing properties of music, Gabriela and her colleagues have performed in cancer units in Boston hospitals and presented benefit concerts for cancer research organizations in numerous venues.



Clarinetist Rane Moore is well-regarded for her thoughtful, provocative interpretations of standard and cutting-edge contemporary repertoire. Fiercely devoted to the new music communities of the East Coast and beyond, Moore is a founding member of the New York based Talea Ensemble which regularly gives premieres of new works at major venues and festivals around the world. Ms. Moore has recently joined the award winning wind quintet, The City of Tomorrow, and is also a member Boston’s Callithumpian Consort and Sound Icon.



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