Tamara Keshecki (flutist) holds a Master of Music degree in flute performance from New Jersey City University and a Bachelor of Music from NYU. She is the artistic director and founder of the multi-award winning group Musical Chairs Chamber Ensemble, Inc working with music greats such as Andrew Sterman and Mick Rossi. In 2001 she held a tenure as principal flutist for the Austrian American Mozart Ensemble in Salzburg, Austria and has performed as a featured soloist for many events including Messiah Festival of the Arts, and NJ Pops. In 2005 she was the Artist- in-Residence at Cobham International School in London and has taught masterclasses at the International School of Monagas in Maturin, Venezuela and Saint Maur’s International School in Japan. In 2007, Tamara was the Classical Music Artist-in-Residence for the National JCC Maccabi ArtsFest. Tamara has performed at hundreds of wedding and corporate events throughout the tri-state area. Some notable venues include Oheka Castle, The St. Regis Hotel, Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, The New York Historical Society, CultureFest in Bryant Park as well as the inaugural banquets of Judge Judith McMahon & Councilwoman Gale Brewer.