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Meet our Founders

Corinne Auger
Executive Director

Violinist Corinne Auger is a senior at the Cleveland Institute of Music, studying under the tutelage of Jan Mark Sloman and Julie Andrijeski. Passionate about both modern and historical performance, she played in Susan McClary’s recent production of La Susanna with the Case/CIM early music department and has made solo appearances with the Case/CIM Baroque Orchestra. She also performed at the Boston Early Music Festival, Amherst Early Music Festival (as soloist with orchestra), Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Institute, and Oberlin Baroque Performance Institute. As a modern violinist, Corinne has performed as concertmistress of the Baldwin Wallace opera pit orchestra and at the Virtuoso & Bel Canto Festival in Italy, as well as at the Silkroad Global Musician Workshop, and National Symphony Orchestra Summer Music Institute. Corinne designs and performs regular interactive solo recitals at the Boston Children's Museum. An avid chamber musician, she played for three semesters with the Meraki Quartet, formed at CIM, and performed throughout Iceland on tour with a quartet formed at the New England Conservatory Preparatory School. In high school, Corinne was the principal second violinist of the NEC Youth Philharmonic Orchestra and participated in three teaching artist residencies as a member of the NPR From the Top Center for the Development of Arts Leaders. She looks forward to meeting the next class of Music Lens students!

Didier Lucceus
Assistant Director

Didier Lucceus, a senior at Brown University, has been playing the viola for eight years; he began studying violin at the age of 7. He most recently studied with David Rubinstein; previously, he studied with Ronald Gorevic and spent a year abroad in France, studying with Carol Foucher at the Conservatoire Regional de Bretagne. At conservatory in France, he was a member of L’Orchestre des Jeunes as well as a of a string quartet. Later, he played in the New England Conservatory Youth Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Hugh Wolff and David Loebel and was a member of New England Conservatory’s Festival Youth Orchestra for five summers. Didier was a member of From the Top's Center for the Development of Arts Leadership and participated in a residency at Conservatory Lab Charter School. He, in conjunction with Music for Food, also organized a benefit concert for the Greater Boston Food Bank. He looks forward to meeting the next class of Music Lens students!

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