Welcome to the homepage of the Pearl Street Quartet! We are four professional musicians from Eugene who perform with various ensembles including the Eugene Symphony, Oregon Mozart Players, Oregon Coast Chamber Orchestra, Corvallis-OSU Symphony, and Spokane Symphony. The quartet is available to play weddings and other special events throughout Oregon. With over 20 years of experience, planning the music for your special day will be simple and stress-free.
Meet the Quartet
Jannie Wei performs with the Eugene Symphony and has been playing the violin and piano for 19 years. Jannie grew up in Taiwan and Vancouver. She holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Mannes College of Music and a Master of Music degree from the Peabody Institute of Music. She currently attends the University of Oregon, where she is pursing her DMA as a graduate teaching fellow. She enjoys classical, jazz, and pop music. If she were to learn a new instrument, it would be the timpani because of its importance in supporting the orchestra.
Wyatt True received his doctorate in violin performance and historical performance practice from the University of Oregon, where he held a Graduate Teaching Fellowship with the Eugene Symphony Orchestra. Dr. True is active as a recitalist, directs the Jefferson Baroque Orchestra in Ashland, Oregon, and has performed as a member of numerous professional organizations including the Boulder Philharmonic, Fort Collins Symphony, Cheyenne Symphony, l’Orchestre Symphonique d’Orléans, Shippensburg Festival Orchestra, Oregon Bach Collegium, Oregon Mozart Players, and the Oregon Coast Music Festival. Academic interests include historical performance practice and the psychology of learning and memory.
Clark Spencer is acting principal violist of the Oregon Mozart Players; he has also performed as section violist with the Oregon Bach Festival Orchestra, Eugene Symphony, Eugene Opera Orchestra, OSU-Corvallis Symphony, and New Music at Willamette. He is a frequent performer on Oregon Mozart Players’ Chamber Music & Chocolate Series, as well as Chamber Music Amici’s annual benefit concerts for Fanconi anemia research. He teaches Suzuki violin and viola at the University of Oregon’s Community Music Institute, and has also taught on the faculty of the Vermont Youth Orchestra’s Reveille! Music Festival. He holds Bachelors and Masters degrees in viola performance from Boston University, and he is currently finishing a DMA in viola performance with a supporting area in pedagogy from the University of Oregon. His final DMA document will be the creation of new editions of three Classical-era viola concerti, adapted for intermediate students.
Kelly Quesada holds a Bachelor’s degree in cello performance from the University of Alabama and earned her Master’s from the University of Oregon. She has played professionally with many orchestras including the Huntsville, Tupelo, Tuscaloosa, Corvallis and Eugene Symphonies. Most recently Kelly was appointed the newest member of the Oregon Mozart Players’ cello section. She enjoys teaching, traveling by bike and drinking exorbitant amounts of tea.