Robin Rhodes

Robin Rhodes is a bassist and community-builder committed to dynamic projects that use the arts to bring people together. Robin is active in the D.C. area and performs in many styles including contemporary classical, jazz, folk, indie-rock, and free improvisation.


Robin holds a master's degree in Modern American Music from Longy School of Music of Bard College and a Bachelor of Music from Shenandoah Conservatory. He is grateful to his teachers Donovan Stokes, Pascale Delache-Feldman and John Lockwood.


Robin loves activism, history, biking, and breakfast.

Olivia J. P. Harris


Olivia J. P. Harris is a spirited musician dedicated to the performance, instruction, and growth of new music. In addition to being a founding member of forty/sixty, Olivia is enthusiastic about collaborating across genres and mediums and has played alongside dancers, visual artists, actors, and singer-songwriters. 

Olivia began her studies in her hometown of Cleveland, Ohio. She is a graduate of Cleveland Institute of Music Prep, holds a Bachelor in Music Performance from The Hartt School and a Professional Performer’s Certificate from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Principal instructors include Regina Mushabac, Mihai Tetel, Astrid Schween, and Jeffrey Zeigler.

Olivia currently resides in Boston, MA where she is completing a Master in Contemporary Music Performance at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee under the guidance of Rhonda Rider. In her free time, Olivia enjoys cooking, hiking, road tripping, and reading.


Angela Lamb

Violinist Angela Lamb is a fierce and passionate musician equally at home playing Bach on the concert stage and improvising in a bar. She is an advocate for new music and loves the excitement and discovery of learning a work hot off the press.  An avid chamber and solo musician, Angela frequently performs in solo and chamber recitals. In March 2012, Angela soloed with her sister, Kathleen, on the Bach Double Violin Concerto with the St. Croix Valley Orchestra.

Angela is currently pursuing a Certificate in Orchestral Studies at the Lamont School of Music where she studies with Yumi Hwang-Williams. She received her Masters at The Hartt School where she studied with Katie Lansdale and graduated summa cum laude from Lawrence University where she studied with Wen-Lei Gu.

Angela lives in Denver and loves running, hiking, camping, and reading in her spare time. She has a fascination for Ancient Egypt and likes to spend time with her two cats, Gus and Mae-Mae.