Violin I
Martha Gardner,
Katherine Jenkins
Chris Johnson
Colin Ogg
Lou Anne Rainey
Dan Salzinger
William Sawin
David Scholl
Eriks Zusmanis

Violin II
Lacey Glancy, Principal
Audra Boyd
Martha Lynn Carroll
Robert Christmas
Anna Johnson
Daniel Liu
Marla Velez
Jennifer Williams
Josepha Winters

Sherry Ellis, Principal
Jessie Ahuama-Jonas
Eric Hawk
Janee Minnick
Krystal Saenz
Greg Selig
Kathy Wellman

Beth Judson, Principal
Jeff Daniel
Manda Dobson
Megan Hallam
Will Johnson
Daniel Klein
Alex Waterfill

Peter Hildebrandt, Principal
Tegan Mathews
David Worley
Aaron Yackley


Kathy Farmer, Principal
Lisa Mahoney

Oboe/English Horn
Stephanie Kruse, Principal
Gail Jackson
Torrence Welch

Diane Hargreaves, Principal
Michael Moore
Barbaraann Bongiovanni

Jim Jackson, Principal
John Lenahan
Krystal Saenz


Mandy Tinsley, Principal
Anthony Bernard
Jeff Bowman
Jason Dunn

Carl McCurdy, Principal
Geoff Gay
Jacques Minjauw

Jimmy West, Principal
Dwight Klappich
Al Stark

Robert Coulter, Principal


Mike Del Campo, Principal
Henri Bulterman
John M. Greenwald

Jennifer Mautz, Principal

Ruthanna McAlister
Allen Baston

John Wickey


Music Director
John Morrison

Martha Gardner

Personnel Manager
Greg Selig

Anna Johnson

Linda Brill

Repertoire Committee
Kathryn G. Otwell
Leslie Ann Dunn
John Lenahan
Kathy Farmer
Anna Johnson
Dwight Klappich

Northside Coordinators
Jim Jackson
Gail Jackson

Web Site Photography
Ümit Yüksel
John Robson
Elizabeth Demaree
Megan Hallam
Thear Kirk Fraley

Recording Engineers
Ron Buelow
Wayne Johnson

Peter Hildebrandt

French Horn

Mandy Tinsley, Principal
Mandy Tinsley, Principal A native of Greensboro, NC, Mandy attended UNC - Greensboro and graduated from Florida State University with a music degree. She played eight seasons with the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra and several seasons with the Greensboro Opera. She was a freelance musician in Greensboro and then in Charlotte, NC. After moving to Atlanta in 1995, Mandy joined Orchestra Atlanta. She has served as principal horn in the Georgia Philharmonic since 2003. She also plays with the Basement Brass Quintet and the Dolce Chamber Orchestra.

Anthony Bernard
Anthony Bernard Dr. Anthony Bernard has played horn with the Georgia Philharmonic since 2009, the same year he earned his Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from Capella University. He is the Music Specialist at Eastvalley Elementary School in Cobb County and was their 2003-2004 Teacher of the Year. Active in music ministry, he is the associate director of the Mt. Bethel UMC Orchestra. While a member of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus in the 1990s, Dr. Bernard had the pleasure of performing under the direction of Robert Shaw, William Fred Scott and Yoel Levi. Anthony enjoys spending time with his family, cooking healthful foods, reading about nutrition, and making music.

Jeff Bowman
Jeff Bowman Jeff Bowman has a Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Science in Education with a minor in Psychology from Western Carolina University. There he studied with Dr. Travis Bennett and Mr. Jay Hanselman. He has over three years experience teaching horn in F. He is a member of the National Association for Music Education, teh International Horn Society, the Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Music Fraternity, and the Kappa Kappa Psi National Honorary Band Fraternity.

Jason Dunn
Jason Dunn Jason Dunn has played with the Georgia Philharmonic since 1996. Raised in Gainesville, Georgia, Jason is an active professional freelancer and has a B.S. from Auburn University where he studied with Randall Faust, past president of the International Horn Society. He was principal horn and section leader of the Auburn University Symphonic Band, the Auburn University Symphony Orchestra, the Auburn Brass and the Auburn University Marching Bands for multiple years, and a founding member of the honor music fraternity Kappa Kappa Psi. A dynamic and flexible player, Jason has played with the Gainesville Symphony, DeKalb Symphony, Toccoa Symphony, North Georgia Symphony, Cobb Symphony, Montgomery Symphony, the Atlanta Community Orchestra, Atlanta Chamber Orchestra with the Atlanta Boy Choir and in various recording sessions in Georgia and Alabama. Jason is very experienced in chamber music, having played with Emory Brass Ensemble, the Atlanta Horn Quartet, and Khaki Brass Quintet. Jason is the ultimate horn enthusiast, and he and his wife Leslie Ann have traveled to a number of International Horn Society conferences around North America and have created an impressive horn collection. Jason also has an MBA. During the day he works as a Systems Lead for the State Accounting Office of Georgia. When he is not demonstrating his alphorn or his collection of natural and nature-made horns, he is cheering on his favorite SEC team. War Eagle!

Leslie Ann Dunn
Leslie Ann Dunn Leslie Ann Dunn is a 5th generation Atlantan, has been in the horn section of the Georgia Philharmonic since 1993. She started studying horn at age nine. After studying for years with Brice Andrus, she won principal horn of the Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra, DeKalb Youth Symphony and both Georgia's All-State Band and Orchestra in consecutive years. She studied music performance at Converse College and the University of the South and has a BA in French Horn performance from William & Mary. She also attended Brevard Music Center, Georgia’s Governors Honors Program, Sewanee Summer Music Center for multiple summers, and played under the baton of Keith Lockhart, Dale Clevenger, Jere Flint, Henry Janiec and Robert Shaw. Playing professionally since the age of 15, Leslie Ann has played with the DeKalb Symphony, Cobb Symphony, Gainesville Symphony, Atlanta Chamber Orchestra with the Atlanta Boy Choir, Atlanta Community Orchestra and Spartanburg Symphony. Leslie Ann also has a JD from Pepperdine University School of Law, and is a licensed attorney in Georgia, Florida and California and also is a licensed mediator and arbitrator. Her law specialty is business collection litigation. She also has a M.B.A. and a M.S. in Criminal Justice. She is an online instructor of business law for Georgia State University. When not playing duets with her husband, Leslie Ann enjoys traveling and collecting different horns (including an authentic alphorn) and taking her children to Disney.

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