Festival Team

Martina Sciucchino

Festival Support

An adept administrator and musician in her own right.

Martina received her DAMS (Disciplines of art, music and entertainment) from the University of Bologna, Italy.

She performs and teaches art, music, theater education, and literature for children and teenagers.

For two decades Martina has been a frequent guest on stages and in Italian festivals as a vernacular artist specializing in folk and world music as a vocalist and pushing boundaries as an ‘experimental’ singer.

Her current projects include performing with the Arturo Annecchino and Symphonia Band, and the Banda del Comitato.

Since 2013 she has been collaborating in the organization of the Orvieto Musica festival, promoting and supporting Orvieto Musica’s annual festival and facilitating the relationship with the city of Orvieto, Italy.


Reginald Winters

Admin Support and Social Media Coordinator

Reginald (“Reggie”) Winters is an active pianist, educator, and arts administrator based out of Greeley, Colorado. As a performer, Reggie has become a highly sought after collaborator. He currently serves as a Collaborative Piano Teaching Assistant at the University of Northern Colorado where he assists with courses in the Voice Area. He additionally serves as the basso continuo in the URSA Early Music Ensemble. He has previously served as an orchestral pianist for the Texas Tech University Symphony Orchestra and for the chamber orchestra Ensemble Bravura. 
As an active arts administrator, Reggie recently served as the Production Assistant on the newly released album “Finding Home” (SONY) produced by Grammy-winning Producer Michael Fine and featuring Maestro Philip Mann with Ensemble Bravura. Reggie serves as Artistic Co-Director and and Director of the Chamber Music Series for Beethoven in the Rockies: Concert Series, an organization working to provide the highest-level of music-making to Northern Colorado communities based in Greeley, Colorado. He additionally serves as Event Coordinator for the Boulder Chamber Orchestra and is on the Festival Team of Orvieto Musica.
While completing his studies at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, TX, Reggie served as a full-time teacher and administrative assistant at The Music Studio Lubbock where he maintained a large piano studio. He is currently a Graduate Assistant in the UNC College of Performing and Visual Arts Admissions Office.
Reggie completed the Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Performance at Texas Tech University. He is currently completing his Master of Music degree in Piano Performance at the University of Northern Colorado. His principal teachers include Drs. Tatiana Roitman Mann and Lei Weng.