Kelly Savage is on the faculty at San Francisco Conservatory of Music, where she teaches theory and musicianship, and is a lecturer at Stanford University, where she teaches keyboard harmony and directs the Stanford Community Chorus. Ms. Savage is also the music director at Noe Valley Ministry in San Francisco. She performs frequently on harpsichord as a continuo player and chamber musician.

Ms. Savage is artistic director of the chamber group SIREN Baroque, and is a founding member of the New York opera company Opera Feroce. The New York Times praised Ms. Savage’s “deft accompaniment” in the pasticcio opera Amor & Psyche, and highlighted her playing in Morningside Opera’s production of The Judgment of Paris. She holds a doctorate from Stony Brook University, where she studied with Arthur Haas, and also holds graduate degrees from the Oberlin Conservatory and the University of Wisconsin—Madison. Ms. Savage is a co-creator of Partifi, an online tool for musicians.

Highlights of the 2015-16 season includes Opera Feroce’s fully costumed salon production Jewels of the Baroque, in collaboration with Vertical Player Repertory. Opera Feroce also opens the GEMS Midtown Concerts season with their program Treble in Paradise, and presents a freshly staged run of their first pasticcio Amor & Psyche at Long Island University. With SIREN Baroque, Ms. Savage is part of an Artists’ residency at Avaloch Farm Music Institute, and in collaboration with Daniel Swenberg will present The Life of Antonia Padoani Bembo: Women in Exile, a new pastiche that tells the remarkable story of this Venetian composer.

Ms. Savage can be reached via email at Her resume is available here.