Making her home in Central Pennsylvania, Mary-Kate Spring Lee is an award-winning harpist with over 20 years of experience. She performs often both as a soloist and with her acclaimed Celtic Nu-Folk Band, Seasons.
Mary-Kate has won the Mid-Atlantic Fleadh twice on Celtic Harp, as well as placing 3rd in the Senior vocal competition. She has also competed twice in Ireland at the All-Ireland Fleadh. Mary-Kate is also a multiple-time recipient of the Knot’s “Best of Weddings” Award, The Knot Hall of Fame, and Wedding Wire’s “Brides’ Choice” award.
In addition her busy performing schedule, Mary-Kate also maintains a small teaching studio with students on the harp, hammered dulcimer, piano, and concertina, and loves having the opportunity to share her experience with the next generation (or adults who have always dreamed of playing)!
Peter Winter sings and plays guitar, bodhran, hammered dulcimer, harmonica as well as a variety of keyboard related instruments. He forms the other half of the Seasons song-writing engine alongside Mary-Kate Spring. In addition to his work with Seasons, Peter has played and recorded with a variety of other artists, ranging from worship artists such as Bob Rice and Martin Doman to freak folk band Post Script. Peter is also an in-demand composer, and has written original scores for productions including "Hamlet" and "A Midsummer Night's Dream." An avid lover of music in all its forms, Peter Winter writes for a variety of publications including his own blog All The Day Sounds. Peter offers lessons on all of his instruments. For more info, He can be reached on twitter or at email@example.com
Mary-Teresa Summer is a founding member of Seasons. Switching between Celtic harp and mandolin, she has played on four of the five Seasons albums, as well as MaryKate's solo album Mirabilis. In addition Mary-Teresa is a talented writer, winning many awards in the Scholastic Art and Writing Competitions. She has also played the harp extensively in Praise and Worship groups during her time at Franciscan University of Steubenville.
Mary-Grace Autumn plays hammered dulcimer in Seasons, but is also proficient in Celtic Harp and piano. In 2013 Mary-Grace took 1st place at the Maryland Celtic Festival in Miscellaneous Instrument. Mary-Grace's hammered dulcimer playing is a crucial element in the Seasons sound, switching from driving rhythm to melodic line at the drop of a hat.
Mary-Clare Chun ("Chun" means "Spring" in Chinese) plays violin, piano, and Celtic harp. Mary-Clare joined Seasons in 2011 and made her recording debut with them on their 2014 album "Seasons." Mary-Clare is also a prolific visual artist; her paper sculptures recently won a Scholastic Art Award.