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The Beautiful Art of Violin and Cello •PDF• •Print• •E-mail•
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••Thursday•, 07 •August• 2014 15:03•

Chiangrai Youth Orchestra
Presents Free Concert

The Beautiful Art of Violin and Cello

Member of Chiangrai Youth Orchestra  Musical Director : Mr Paramet Lerdkasem
With Guest Soloist : 
Miss Geertje Podevyn : Violinist
Miss Linda Gennings : Cellist

Indignation for String Orchestra Kevin Hartneet
Bourree G.F Handel
Khang Kaw Khin Kluay Thai Traditional Song
Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana P. Mascagni 
Friday 15th August 2014 at Chiang Rai the First Church (opposite Doi Chaang Coffee Salee Gate) 7:00 pm

Linda Jennings
Linda JenningsAssistant Professor

DM, University of Texas
MM, University of Southern California
BM, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Linda Jennings is assistant professor of Cello at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where she also teaches Music Theory, Music Appreciation, and String Pedagogy classes; directs the IUP Cello Choir; and serves as director of the IUP String Project. A native of Wisconsin, Dr. Jennings received her Bachelor of Music at the University of Wisconsin Madison. She also holds a Master of Music from the University of Southern California and a Doctorate of Music from the University of Texas at Austin. She has studied with cellists Geraldine Jennings, Parry Karp, Eleonore Schoenfeld, Uri Vardi, and Phyllis Young.

Dr. Jennings is active solo, chamber, and orchestra performer. She has played in orchestras throughout Texas, the Midwest, and Alaska and served as principal cellist for the Fairbanks Symphony Orchestra, the Arctic Chamber Orchestral, and the Chamber Orchestra of the Alleghenies. In summer 2002, she was invited to serve as guest principal cellist of the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra in Thailand for the 70th birthday celebration of Thailand's Queen Sirikit. She has also appeared as soloist and chamber musician in concerts and festivals in the U.S., Mexico, Europe, Thailand, Indonesia, and Haiti. Currently, Dr. Jennings is a member of the the Arcadia Trio and the Litton String Quartet. Dr. Jennings has also been invited to present master classes nationally in Wisconsin, Texas, and Oklahoma as well as internationally in Croatia, Thailand, and Haiti. 

In addition to her performing and teaching career, Dr. Jennings is a strong proponent for string music education. From 1997 to 199, she served as director of the prestigious UT String Project, an internationally acclaimed teacher-training program for undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Texas at Austin. In 2004 she began a similar program, the IUP String Project, which serves the community as an outreach string music education program as well as serves IUP music students through its hands-on teacher-training program.


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