Margaret Sanzo Sneddon studied harp with Ruth Negri Armato of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra. In addition to a busy schedule of weddings, special events, church work, and teaching, she has performed in the orchestras for numerous regional productions including "The Fantastics, "South Pacific", "My Fair Lady", "Carousel", "Once Upon a Matress", and "A Grand Night for Singing".
She has recently traveled the world as the on-board harpist for Regent (formerly Radisson) Seven Seas and Celebrity cruise lines and as a guest artist for Delta Queen.
Today Margaret is much in demand as a solo performer in the New York area. She is on the faculty of Mozartina Conservatory in Tarrytown, NY and is also a certified therapeutic music practitioner through the Music for Healing and Transition Program. For more information, please visit www.margaretsneddon.com
In addition to flutes and whistles, William Sneddon plays bagpipes, oboe, clarinet, English horn and saxophones (soprano, alto, tenor, baritone). He has a master of music in performance from the University of Michigan and was formerly a professor of music at Western Kentucky University. Before moving to New York, he played in "For Me and My Gal" and for "Music, Music, Music" starring Brenda Lee at Opryland in Nashville, TN.
Upon coming to New York, Bill began a career of playing on Broadway. In addition to playing woodwinds in "A Class Act" and the Lincoln Center production of "Dessa Rose", he has appeared regularly in the Radio City Christmas Spectacular" and in Broadway productions of "The Producers", "Dirty Rotten Scoundrals", "Thoroughly Modern Millie", "42nd Street", "Curtins", "Assassins", "The Boy From Oz", "The Wedding Singer", "Victor Victoria", "Bombay Dreams", "Crazy for You", "Guys and Dolls", "Tarzan", "The Drowsy Chaperone", "A Chorus Line", and "Legally Blond". He also toured with "Les Mis" and recorded the English Horn solos for the Mirmax film, "City of Industry" starring Harvey Keitel.
for many years Bill was on the faculty of the Ethical Culture Fieldston Schools of New York City and teaches for the Rivertown Arts Council in Hastings, NY and at Bramson Music Studio in Mt. Kisco.