Ebun Oguntola is an award-winning 16-year-old composer, conductor, violinist, and pianist. She was recently featured on From the Top as a composer, where she was interviewed by Kevin Olusola from the 3-time Grammy award-winning group, Pentatonix, on NPR radio, along with her composition professionally recorded by performers Peter Dugan, Charles Yang, and Doori Na, that was included in the show.
Additionally, Ebun is a violinist in the Symphoria Young Artist Orchestra. She attended NYSSMA Conference All-State in 2021 and has attended Area All-State and All-County prior. She has also started conducting lessons at Eastman and has conducted her high school orchestra, playing her original compositions, Tiptoes and Delirium, in 2021 and 2022 respectively, and will be conducting a piece in the Symphoria Young Artist Orchestra in 2022. Her work has been endorsed by and included in I CARE IF YOU LISTEN, Music by Black Composers (MBC), and WSYR-TV.
Nathan H. Chan is an eleventh-grade student of law, international
relations, and history living in Shanghai, China. An author and
researcher of wisdom tales and history, he is multilingual (English,
Mandarin, Spanish, French, Cantonese, and Arabic) and aspires to
become a change-maker who one day will create a meaningful impact in
international law and diplomacy. Nathan is the Founder and Director of
an international mock trial tournament: Law Association for Crimes
Across History (www.LACAH.net) which retries some of history’s most
heinous perpetrators of evil to gain generational perspective on key
issues such as disinformation, misinformation, and nuclear warfare. He
is an award-winning orator and hosts a podcast that feeds and shares
his passion for history at www.history42.com.