Evangelia Leontis is pleased to serve as Administrative Director for Calliope's Call. As such she oversees the Call For Scores initiative, contributes to concert programming, researches and writes grants for the group, and works to further the ensemble's outreach mission and build new audiences. She strongly believes in the power of art song to move audiences and enjoys being a part of an ensemble dedicated to promoting this art form. In her spare time Dr. Leontis enjoys practicing yoga, cooking, traveling, and hiking and backpacking with her husband and their adventurous dog.
Baritone Edward Vogel, is thrilled to join the team as Director of Public Relations. In addition to his music degree, Edward also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Notre Dame, where his studies and research focused on Marketing and Consumer Psychology. While at Notre Dame, he worked in development and donor relations, and since then he has turned his focus to arts administration, working in administration, marketing, and media management for ensembles at the Yale School of Music. In his free time, Edward enjoys cooking, hiking, and reading about English history.
Nathan Roth, pianist, pilot, and web designer, has been involved in the arts since a very young age, having grown up in a musical family. He began his studies on the piano at age 3 and continues to hone his craft when he is not ‘up in the air’. Nathan’s lifelong ambition was to become a pilot, and after graduating Summa cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Mathematics from the University of Cincinnati in 2006, he went on to complete flight school at Airline Transport Professionals in Stuart, Florida in 2007. He has earned multiple certifications including Commercial Instrument Pilot Single and Multi-Engine Land pilot; Certified Flight Instructor and Certified Flight Instrument Instructor Single and Multi-Engine Land; and Certified Ground and Instrument Instructor. Nathan has always stayed connected to the arts, and has most recently delved into web design. He is a self-taught freelance designer, and has constructed multiple websites for classical musicians around the United States and in Canada. He is thrilled to join the team of Calliope’s Call and help keep the arts thriving and accessible!
Clare joined Calliope's Call as the Administrative Director in 2015 when the organization was still based in Bloomington, Indiana. Clare spearheaded the annual Call for Scores competitions, was instrumental in growing donor support, and contributed to program and artist development. As the Administrative Director, Clare wrote grants, maintained communication with the groups' collaborative artists, and assisted Megan in the day-to-day runnings of the organization. Clare currently lives in Indianapolis with her darling family (one human, two feline fur balls). When she is not practicing, performing, or administrating, Clare is an avid swimmer and tea drinker.