Hailed as an undisputed star of the Northwest Early Music firmament (Seattle Times), harpsichordist Jillon Stoppels Dupree has captivated audiences in such cities as London, Amsterdam, Chicago, New York, Boston, and Los Angeles. Her playing, described by the Chicago Tribune as lively and colorful, can be heard on the Meridian, Wild Boar, Decca and Delos record labels; she has also appeared live on BBC England, Polish National Television, CBS Television and National Public Radio. She has been a featured artist at the York Early Music Festival (England), the Boston Early Music Festival, the Berkeley Early Music Festival, the National Music Museum, the Cleveland Museum of Art, and numerous universities and colleges. Her 2005-2006 engagements include the world premiere recording of Philip Glass Concerto for Harpsichord and Chamber Orchestra with the Northwest Chamber Orchestra, a concert tour through the Midwestern U.S., and performances on the San Francisco Early Music Society series. A recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship and the National Endowment for the Arts Solo Recitalists grant, Ms. Dupree has taught at the Oberlin College Conservatory of Music, the University of Washington, the University of Michigan, the Northwest Center for Early Music Studies, and the Cornish College of the Arts.