Stamps Wind Quintet Class of 2027

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  • Clark Walker

    Major: Instrumental Performance

    Instrument: Bassoon 


    Clark Walker is majoring in Instrumental Performance in the Frost School Music at the University of Miami. Here, Clark studies bassoon with Gabriel Beavers and is a member of the Stamps Woodwind Quintet. Originally from Augusta, Georgia Clark began playing bassoon in the 6th grade. By the time Clark was graduating from high school he had been an annual member of the Georgia Music Educator Association’s All-State Band as well as a member of the National Association for Music Education’s All National Honor Band. Under the guidance of teacher Joy Hoffman, Clark was accepted to be a member of  the Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra where he participated for two years. Additionally Clark volunteered in a local community orchestra, the Aiken Civic Orchestra, where he won the Youth Concerto Competition and had the opportunity to perform as a soloist with the orchestra.

  • Seth Corlew

    Major: Instrumental Performance

    Instrument: French Horn 


    Hi! My name is Seth Corlew, and I’m an incoming freshman from Jacksonville, FL. I’ve been studying horn seriously for about 5 years, and some things I enjoy outside of music include swimming, pickleball, and botany. I’m excited to study with the best musicians and make new friends and memories here at Frost!






  • Lia Suk

    Major: Instrumental Performance

    Instrument: Flute 


    Lia Suk is a flutist and instrumental performance major at the Frost School of Music where she is part of the Stamps Woodwind Quintet and proudly studies with Professor Jennifer Grim.

    Growing up in the Boston Area, Lia was a member of the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras where she played with three of their ensembles over 6 years. She was also a member of the Massachusetts Youth Wind Ensemble and participated in MMEA district and All-State Festivals throughout high school.

    A graduate of Brookline High School, Lia sang in the BHS Camerata Choir. In High School, she began studying with Judy Grant at the Boston Flute Academy.

    Over the summers, Lia has attended Greenwood Music Camp and the Boston University Tanglewood Institute.

  • Eamon Comiskey

    Major: Instrumental Performance

    Instrument: Clarinet 


    Eamon Comiskey is majoring in instrumental performance in clarinet at the University of Miami, where he is a member of the Stamps Woodwind Quintet and will study with Dr. Margaret Donaghue. Originally from Warwick, New York he began studying clarinet under the tutelage of David Dworkin for 6 years. During this time, he also studied music at the Bard College Conservatory Preparatory Division Program. Later in high school, Eamon studied with Renee Rosen at the Manhattan School of Music Precollege where he was a member of their Philharmonic Orchestra. In addition to this, he has participated in numerous honors ensembles including The Hudson Valley Honor Bands, as well as various New York All-County and All-State Festivals. He has also performed in masterclasses with renowned artist musicians including Elizabeth Masoudnia, Boris Allakhverdyan, Dr. Lisa Oberlander, and David Krakauer.

    In his free time, Eamon enjoys cooking, researching historical topics, and taking long walks.

  • Kareema Colson

    Major: Instrumental Performance

    Instrument: Oboe 


    Kareema Colson is currently attending the Frost School of Music at the University of Miami Majoring in Oboe Performance. She is the Oboist in the Stamps Woodwind Quintet class of 2027.


    Kareema is from Fort Myers, Florida however she graduated from Interlochen Arts Academy, an arts boarding school in Northern Michigan. There, Kareema held principal positions in the Interlochen Arts Academy Orchestra, under the direction of Dr. Lesile Dunner, and the Interlochen Wind Symphony, conducted by Matthew Schlomer. At Interlochen, Kareema was a member of the Interlochen Chamber Players and a student conductor. She also made her David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center debut playing in a side by side performance with the New York Philharmonic.

    Before Kareema made her journey to Interlochen she was an avid member of the music community in Fort Myers in and outside of school. In school, she was the Drum Major of the Fort Myers High School Marching Band, principal in multiple school ensembles, and a member of Tri-M music honor society. Outside of school, Kareema joined the Gulf Coast Symphony as Assistant Principal oboe at 14, while holding principal positions in the Naples Philharmonic Youth Orchestra and Southwest Florida Youth Symphony. Kareema also participated in many community outreach programs such as the Southwest Florida Music Foundation, Music Discovery Zones, and church performances.

    Kareema has spent her summers at Interlochen Arts Camp studying with Dane Philipsen, Martin Schuring, and Emily Pailthorpe.

    Kareema’s past private teachers include Jonathan Gentry, Principal Oboe with the Sarasota Orchestra, and Dane Philipsen, Instructor of Oboe at Interlochen Arts Academy.

    While Kareema isn’t in the practice room, she enjoys talking, going to church, and spending time with her friends and family.