About Our Artistic Director
A resident of both New York City and the Shenandoah Valley, cellist James Wilson has been a familiar face in the Richmond music scene since 1990. Mr. Wilson was artist-in-residence at the University of Richmond from 1990 to 2000 as a member of the Shanghai String Quartet. He also taught in the Music Department of Virginia Commonwealth University from 2001 to 2004. In the summer of 2004, Mr. Wilson relocated to New York City, where he maintains a busy schedule of performing and teaching. That same year, Mr. Wilson helped form the Chamber Music Society of Central Virginia to promote the ongoing performance and love of classical chamber music. CMSCVA remains an important and creative part of Mr. Wilson’s life, and keeps him active in a city that remains dear to his heart.
About Our Administrative Manager
Anamarie Diaz is a flutist, educator, and arts administrator. She currently teaches privately at her home studio, DiazFlute Studio, performs as a soloist and in chamber settings in the greater Richmond area, was the previous Artistic Director of Classical Revolution RVA, and teaches Music Theory at Randolph Macon College.
About Our Artists
CMSCVA collaborates with artists from around the country and world, as well as ones that are based in the Richmond area, to bring our events to life. For a list of our Artistic Collaborators for 2023-24, please click here.
About Our Graphic Designer
Tamar Petersen is a graphic designer based in Richmond. Her background is in interior architecture, but she has cultivated her passion for graphic design through her freelance work and her role as an environmental graphic designer at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Born and raised in Virginia, she is an alum of both Virginia Tech and The College of William and Mary. To see some of her work, visit her website.
Board of Directors
President, Jennifer Cable
Vice President, Ellen Sayles
Secretary, Phyllis McCafferty
Treasurer, Jeffrey Riehl