About Us


Keyport String Quartet

Keyport String Quartet is one of the most sought-after Jersey based ensembles for weddings, corporate events, and parties. The group performs both classical musics, as well as original arrangements of popular contemporary songs, bringing a level of artistry and professionalism your guests are sure to notice!

“They are Simply the Best!!! My daughters wedding and cocktail hour were made perfect by them.”
Caren Murphy String Quartet
Caren Murphy


Olivia Moaddel


Olivia Moaddel is an accomplished violinist who began studying the instrument at the age of four. She has won numerous competitions, including the annual Hartt Chamber Competition and the Mason Gross School of the Arts Chamber Competition. In addition, she has performed with several professional orchestras, including the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra and the Curtis Symphony Orchestra. Moaddel has also played in masterclasses with several renowned artists and has performed with well-known ensembles such as the American Quartet and the St. Lawrence Quartet. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Violin Performance from The Hartt School, a Master’s degree in Violin Performance from the University of Ottawa, and is currently working towards a Doctorate of Musical Arts in Violin Performance at Rutgers University. Moaddel is also attending OAcademy Live where she will receive an accelerated artist diploma in orchestral playing in June of 2023. Alongside her studies, she has her own violin studio where she teaches violin and viola and hopes to continue performing, inspiring, and bringing beautiful music to those around her after her graduation in May of 2024.

Eunmin Woo


Eunmin Woo, student of Carmit Zori, is pursuing a Doctoral in Musical Arts in violin performance at Mason Gross School of the Arts in Rutgers University. She also completed her masters at Rutgers, graduated from University of Puget Sound, and attended Interlochen Arts Academy. Woo is a Suzuki certified teacher and passionately teaches violin privately for high school students. She has students both in New Jersey and Washington state where her students have won concertmaster roles, other principal positions in orchestras, and first place in solo/ensemble competitions. Woo has studied with the former concertmaster of the Seattle Symphony, Maria Larionoff, Simon James, and members of the Philadelphia Orchestra. She regularly performs with Symphony in C and is a freelancer in New Jersey as well as a regular section violinist of the Berkshire Opera Festival.

Rozie Dumas


Rozie Dumas is a highly accomplished and experienced violist specializing in chamber music. With over 13 years of experience in the industry, Rozie has established herself as a talented and sought-after musician. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Music Performance in Viola from Montclair State University, where she studied under renowned violist Honggang Li of the Shanghai Quartet. Dumas was also privileged enough to study with world-renowned violinist Boris Kucharský, and violinist Mary Ann Mumm of The Metropolitan Opera.Dumas is currently a full-time member of the Baroque Orchestra of New Jersey with a principal position, showcasing her expertise in classical and baroque music. She frequently collaborates with orchestras such as the Livingston Symphony and the Orchestra of Saint Peter’s by the Sea. In addition to performing, Dumas runs a robust violin and viola teaching studio.Throughout her career, Dumas has also had the privilege to contribute to other notable ensembles including The Pope’s Choir, The Orangeburg Symphony, The Staten Island Philharmonic, and the South Orange Symphony, and numerous musicals at The Algonquin Theater.



American cellist MARK EDWARD SERKIN is a Doctor of Musical Arts candidate at Rutgers University where he studies with cellist Jonathan Spitz, Principal Cello of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. Mark has performed at Alice Tully Hall, Carnegie Hall, and various other venues. He received his Bachelor’s and Masters’ degrees with honors in cello performance at Mannes School of Music, studying with Barbara Stein Mallow and Jeffrey Zeigler. Mark has participated in many festivals such as Meadowmount School of Music, Kinhaven Music School, NY Philharmonic Biennial, Manchester Music Festival, Taconic Music, Luzerne Music Center, and the National Orchestra Institute and Festival, where he recorded for the Naxos label in 2015 and 2016. Mark has performed in solo and chamber master classes for artists such as Steven Isserlis, Sharon Robinson, Timothy Eddy, Robert DeMaine, Jonathan Spitz, Peter Stumpf, Julia Lichten, Gloria dePasquale, Kronos Quartet, Horszowski Trio, Catalyst Quartet, and the Miró Quartet. His main mentors include Hans Jørgen Jensen, Vladimir Panteleyev, Todd Phillips and Nancy Wilson.