Philadelphia native Amy Leonard received viola performance degrees from the Oberlin Conservatory and the Manhattan School of Music, and has studied baroque viola at Oberlin’s Baroque Performance Institute.
Bassoonist Chuck Holdeman first performed as a member with Relâche from 1985 to 1995 before rejoining the ensemble as a member in 2007. He is Principal Bassoon for the Bach Festival of Bethlehem, and is also a composer of opera, orchestral music, songs, chamber music, and music for film.
Chris Coyle is a bassist, composer and music educator based in Philadelphia. One of the newest members of Relâche, Chris brings to the group a diverse skill set and broad spectrum of performance experience and musical influences.
Ron Stabinsky has been a member of Relâche since 2017, and enjoys working in many stylistically diverse musical contexts throughout the United States and Europe with a wide variety of other musicians and ensembles.
Wes Morton is an active drummer and percussionist throughout the Wilmington/Philadelphia area. He joined Relâche in 2017, bringing with him performance experience as a commercial drum set artist, classical mallet percussionist and Caribbean steel drummer.
Sean Bailey is a member of the Philly POPS Big Band and a regular clarinet soloist with Terell Stafford's Jazz Orchestra of Philadelphia. He can often be seen performing with The Philadelphia Orchestra and the Philadelphia Ballet Orchestra, and also playing clarinets, saxophones, and flutes with the Philly POPS, Opera Philadelphia, the Delaware Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra 2001!, and the Ocean City Pops. Sean received graduate and undergraduate clarinet performance degrees from Temple University, where he studied under Ricardo Morales.
Roger Mgrdichian specializes in the oud, an ancestor of the European lute, and performs in diverse styles of Middle Eastern music with several ensembles. Roger is the lead composer for Jaffna, a band that combines styles of Middle Eastern and Indian music in original compositions.