Project Inclusion Ensemble Freeman Fellowship

Project Inclusion Ensemble Freeman Fellowship
Launched in 2010, this one to two-year fellowship is a professional development program for 4-6 early career musicians. The PI Ensemble features professional, freelance musicians who often find work performing chamber music. PIE musicians, who may also be selected for the PI Orchestral Fellowship, are chosen through a competitive audition process.Our Project Inclusion Orchestra fellows also perform throughout their tenure as a small ensemble and are available to perform at corporate, community, arts events and more.FREEMAN FELLOWSHIP INCLUDES:

  • Opportunities to perform 2-4 concerts per month at community events.
  • Monthly rehearsals that address individual and ensemble work, as well as introduce new repertoire and performance skills.
  • Coaching on presentation and speaking skills, verbal feedback from principal mentors.
  • Payment for all services.

Interested in having the PI Ensemble for your community event please contact Hilary Mercer at


2015/2016 Project Inclusion Ensemble perform a Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.


2017/18 Freeman Fellows

About Caitlin

Caitlin Edwards, Violin

About Allie

Allie Switala, Violin

About Danielle

Danielle Taylor, Viola

CS Alumni

About Titilayo

Titilayo Ayangade, Cello

About Kyle

Kyle Dickson, Violin

About Chauntee

Chauntee Ross, Violin

About Denielle

Denielle Wilson, Cello