Music Camp 2017
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$350 - Pre Registration
$375: April 1st
$400: May 15th
Karrie Griffiths (Flute) is the Founder of Music in Miami and creator of Three Sundays in July; a chamber music series in its 6th year of existence. She has been an active professional musician in South Florida for over 20 years. Karrie's goal is to create an active chamber music series involving South Florida professional musicians and composers. Living in such a diverse area as Miami, she believes there is plenty of room for unique musical experiences for music lovers!
Ms. Griffiths received her Bachelor's Degree from the University of Texas at Austin and her Master's Degree from Temple University in Philadelphia. She has studied with the late John Hicks, Professor Emeritus, School of Music, University of Texas at Austin; Jeanne Larson, Principal of Dallas Symphony; Murray Panitz, Principal of the Philadelphia Orchestra; and David Cramer, Assistant Principal of the Philadelphia Orchestra. She has been a participant in the highly regarded music festivals at Interlochen and Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and has done extensive studio work and recitals. In Philadelphia she was part of the flute and harp duo, Linos.
Karrie is a member of the Symphony of the Americas and has performed with the Atlantic Coast Orchestra, Miami City Ballet, Florida Grand Opera and is a freelance artist throughout South Florida and the Eastern Seaboard. She has also performed in the Festival Internacional de Flautistas en el Centro del Mundo in Quito, Ecuador, and a concert tour in the New England area with Jose Lezcano, Classical Guitarist/Composer. Karrie recently joined the staff of the Kalos Music & Art School in Aventura as a Flute instructor, and is a regular contributor to The Radio Ear Network Project (SOB Club).
Modesto Marcano (Violin/Viola), Artistic Director, Music in Miami, Inc., was born in Venezuela. He studied in the renown National Youth Orchestra Program of Venezuela (El Sistema) taking Violin lessons with Eleazar Yeguez. He was Principal violist at the preparatory and Sucre State Youth Orchestras in Venezuela. He studied at the conservatory Simon Bolívar in Caracas, Venezuela. In 1993 he was Principal violist of The Gran Mariscal De Ayacucho Symphony Orchestra conducted by Maestro Rodolfo Saglimbeni in Caracas. In 1998 he attended graduate school in the United States at Duquesne and Carnegie Mellon Universities in Pittsburgh. In 2001 he held the position of violist in the Niles string quartet, graduate quartet in residence at the University of Kentucky. His teachers included Atar Arad, Joen Vasquez, Jose Roman, Dorotea Hoffman, and Michael Kugel. He has received master classes with renowned professors such as Andres Cardenes, Gerard Cause, Margaret Pardee, Lawrence Dutton, Paul Frankenfeld, Gabriel Pegis, and Sidney Hart. His orchestra experience includes participation with symphony orchestras such as Simon Bolívar Symphony, Grand Mariscal de Ayacucho Symphony, Lexington Philharmonic, and Pittsburgh Opera Orchestra among others. He has appeared as soloist with orchestras and piano in Venezuela and the United States. He started at an early age instructing other students and children as part of the Youth Orchestra System in Venezuela. He is currently Principal Violist of the Symphony of the Americas in Fort Lauderdale Florida and violist of the Palm Beach POPS Orchestra as well as teacher of violin and viola at his studio in South Florida.
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