Eileen Kosasih is a pianist, violinist, artist, conductor, and concert presenter. She has a B.A. Music (violin) from Ambrose University, M.Music (orchestral conducting) from Azusa Pacific University, a piano diploma from the American College of Musicians, and is an MFA candidate at Sotheby's Institute. Eileen is principle 2nd violin of Symphony of the Kootenays and concertmaster of Rocky Mountain Symphony and St. David's United Orchestras. As a crossover musician, she has performed with various music scenes around the U.S. and Canada. Eileen directed the orchestra for Front Row Centre Theatre's "Mystery of Edwin Drood" and Calgary Arts Orchestra, her two-year creative project. Eileen is host and programmer for Classical Revolution Calgary, a concert series bringing monthly chamber music to the public. Her creative ensemble, Czarkologie, plays original, groove-based jazz and classical-inspired music.