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Natacha Diels

Andrew Greenwald

Jessie Marino

David Broome

Bryan Jacobs
sound engineer/composer

Weston Olencki
general manager/trombone

Kiku Enomoto

Rama Gottfried

(ckee-ckoo: endï:4uotou)
1. n. a violinist who specializes in the extensive knowledge of low riders, hip hop lyrics, story-telling through photography, and pretty much everything 2. v. experiencing rosebud saffron ice cream in Pennsylvania.

Whether it’s touring the world performing major symphonic works, producing a variety of multi media projects, or rocking out on Saturday Night Live, violinist Kiku Enomoto maintains a dynamic and versatile career that redefines the notion of a multi faceted musician.  A native of Las Vegas, NV, Kiku began her early studies as a violinist at the Nevada School of the Arts, and later made her solo debut at the age of ten with the Las Vegas Symphony Orchestra.  Since moving to New York to study at the Manhattan School of Music, Kiku has had the opportunity to collaborate with artists in a variety of musical genres. As a classical violinist, she has performed with Luciano Pavarotti, Pierre Boulez, John Williams, Mark Morris Dance Company, Alarm Will Sound, Andrea Bocelli, and Sarah Brightman.  On the popular music circuit, she has collaborated with Jay-Z, Beyonce, Kanye West, John Mayer, Josh Groban, Sufjan Stevens, Tony Bennett, Mary J Blige, Yes, Enya, Mannheim Steamroller, David Foster, Il Divo, and members of The Roots. Kiku is committed to playing and premiering new music and has worked with numerous ensembles and composers worldwide.
Kiku's teachers and mentors include Mary Straub, Julia Bushkova, Teresa Ling, Byron Tauchi, Neil Weintrob, Enrico DiCecco, and a personal friend as well as a patron of the arts, Mrs. Bernice Fischer. Kiku is a graduate of the Manhattan School of Music.