Meet the Faculty
Meet the juried visual artists, published playwrights, professional performance artists, and maestros that lead the arts at Agnes Irwin.
Chair, Visual & Performing Arts
As our resident maestro, Mr. Savar leads our Lower School music program and Upper School choral ensembles. An expert in the Kodály method, he has performed and taught internationally, spreading his love of music — wherever he roams.
A graduate of Moore College of Art and Design, Ms. Farrow is also an art instructor for Young Artists Program and is the executive producer of Fun2Know podcast. She can be found encouraging our Middle and Upper School students to look for inspiration everywhere.
Studio Art & Media Art
A graduate of Maryland Institute College of Art, Ms. Miller has been a guest teaching artist for the Delaware Art Museum, participated in the Peace Paper Workshop and Room for Change.
A graduate of Lehigh University and an expert on the tech side of theater, Mr. Solderitsch has provided technical design and direction expertise for The Eagle Theatre, Gaslight Theatre Company, The Pig Iron Theatre, and King's College.
Ms. Ramsey is a performer to her very core. She has served as a Artist-In-Residence for the Community Arts Center in Wallingford, is active with the Players Club of Swathmore, and is involved in multiple theater communities in Philadephia.
Studio Art & Media Art
With a BFA from Moore College of Art and a MFA from the University of the Arts, Ms. Saulin is a working artist, and a member of the Tiger Strikes Asteroid Gallery. She participates in Philly Stewards, InLiquid Art, and Clay Studio National and has had her work displayed in solo exhibitions.
Lower School Art
Ms. Siembora inspires the inner Picasso in our young artists! A current member of the Cape May Arts League, she has also been an instructor at the University of the Arts' Continuing Education and Fibers programs.
Middle School Music
A graduate of the Eastman School of Music & The Juilliard School, Ms. Weigle has been a soprano soloist with Opera Boston and Chautauqua Opera. She has performed at Carnegie Hall, in London and Paris, and calls Agnes Irwin's West-Wike Theater home.
In addition to working with the London Studio Center and West End showcase, Ms. Stait has been a European Tour Lead Soloist in Cats, Chicago, Mack and Mabel, and Evita. She has also directed for the Hammond Performing Arts and is versed in Estill Voice Training.
A violinist with the Prometheus Chamber Orchestra, Ms. Sultzer leads the instrumental music program at Agnes Irwin. She has also performed with the National Orchestral Institute at the University of Maryland and performed a solo recital at the Settlement Music School in Philadelphia.
Ms. Urbanski is an award-winning dancer and choreographer, trained in all genres of dance. She served as a producer for the Koshare Dance Collective and performed with the American College Dance Festival.