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Alejandro Cremaschi, a pianist born in Mendoza, Argentina, currently teaches piano and piano pedagogy at the University of Colorado at Boulder. He received a Doctorate degree in Piano Performance from the University of Minnesota and undergraduate degrees from the University of Maryland in Baltimore and the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo in Argentina. Praised as an intelligent and sensitive pianist, he has played in numerous cities worldwide, including Buenos Aires, Guadalajara, Mexico City, Montreal, London, Washington, Kuala Lumpur and New York. He was a prize winner at the International Beethoven Sonata Piano Competition in Memphis, Tennessee in 2001.
Elizabeth Kipper, violinist, made her solo debut at the age of seventeen at Carnegie Hall with the New York Youth Symphony performing the Barber Violin Concerto. Spending three summers as a fellow at Tanglewood, she served as concertmistress under the direction of Seiji Ozawa. After graduating from the Juilliard School, Ms. Kipper was a member of the Fort Worth Symphony and the Colorado Symphony. She is currently a member of the Boulder Piano Quartet
Thomas Heinrich, cellist and a graduate of Eastman and the Cleveland Institute of Music, made his solo debut with the Vermont Symphony at age sixteen. A member of the Colorado Symphony since 1997, Mr. Heinrich also serves as principal cellist of the Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestra. At the Bellingham Festival of Music he appeared with Janos Starker and the American Sinfonietta performing the Vivaldi Double Cello Concerto. He is a founding member of the Boulder Piano Quartet.
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