Cheryl (Sutton, Baker) Woldseth is an accomplished conductor, performer, clinician, and educator. She holds a Bachelors of Music degree in Church Music from Westminster Choir College (Princeton,NJ), with her principal instrument as voice, with a minor in organ, although she plays many other instruments too.
She teaches music at several public schools in Grass Valley, owns the music publishing company Bronze:FX, and conducts the Nevada County Concert Band. Cheryl is a professional artist with Sonos Handbell Ensemble, a jazz violinist with the Raspberry Jam Trio, performs with Blended Metal Saxophones, and has served many positions at the local and national levels within the Handbell Musicians of America. Cheryl works with Music in the Mountains, InConcert Sierra, and Sierra Community Music on several community-based musical education projects, and performs in pit orchestras for various local community theater organizations. She is a past music director for several churches in the San Francisco Bay Area and the community handbell ensemble Bay Bells.
Cheryl lives with her husband Jan in Grass Valley, CA along with two cats and two horses, and each have children and grandchildren that often visit.