Quynh-Anh Nguyen is currently a junior at Calabasas High school. She has performed piano at Carnegie Hall as well as completed the Certificate of Merit program through the Advanced Level for piano and through Level 8 for flute. She also sits as principal chair in her school's Wind Ensemble. Outside of her musical endeavors, Quynh-Anh and her team competed in the Academic Decathlon, finishing Top 5 in California. During her spare time, she can be found doing neuroscience research, writing, and indulging in the occasional daydream. She is ecstatic to continue her work with A Harmonic Remedy and looks forward to an amazing year!

President

Rachel Burak is a junior at Calabasas High school and started playing piano at the age of six. Rachel completed the Certificate of Merit program through the Advanced Level, has performed two piano concertos with the Thousand Oaks Philharmonic, and was a branch and regional finalist at the MTAC Bach Festival. Rachel also plays clarinet in her high school Wind Ensemble and in previous years was selected for the SCSBOA Honor Band in 2017 as well as the ACDA Honor Choir in 2016. Outside of music, Rachel runs varsity track and is a member Model United Nations and National Honor Society at Calabasas High. In her free time she enjoys tutoring and playing chess, and of course, is constantly listening to music.

Vice President

Mia Paul has been playing cello for 8 years and is currently a junior at Calabasas High School. She is principle chair of the CSUN Youth Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as the CHS orchestra. This past summer she went to Idyllwild Arts Academy for the Symphony Orchestra Intensive, and performed in the first MTAC Honors Convention Orchestra. She has experience with solo performances and chamber music, as well as in orchestras. 

Vice President

Nate Denlinger
Bobby Buyalos
Nick Pwee
Alex Ong
Madison Starr

Left- Nhat (Tintin) Nguyen: Currently a junior at University of California, Berkeley

Middle- Suraj Srivats: Currently a junior at Dartmouth College

Right- Eli Shi: Currently a junior at Stanford University

The Founders

"To forget the elderly is to ignore the wisdom of the years"

                         - Donald Laird