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Caroline Stinson

Praised for her vibrant lyricism, fresh interpretations and expressive performances, cellist Caroline Stinson is sought after by orchestras and fellow musicians nationally and abroad for solo and chamber music concerts of both traditional and contemporary repertoire. Ms. Stinson's performance credits include Carnegie's Weill Recital Hall, Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall, the Museum of Modern Art's Summergarden Series in New York, Boston's Gardner Museum, Washington D.C.'s Smithsonian in the United States; Germany's Koelner Philharmonie, Switzerland's Lucerne Festival and France's Cité de la Musique and Theatre at Rennes, in Europe, and the Centennial Centre and Winspear Halls in Canada. A champion of contemporary music, Ms. Stinson has joined forces with the acclaimed Lark Quarte+, renowned for its commissions of new works by some of today's foremost composers, including Aaron Jay Kernis, William Bolcom and Jennifer Higdon. Caroline Stinson's 2010-11 season includes performances in the United States and Canada of repertoire ranging from chamber music to new solo works to Baroque Concerti. Highlights include the double-premiere of a new concerto for cello and winds by Steven Bryant with the Cornell Wind Ensemble and the Ridgewood Concert Band, and a solo tour of Alberta with performances for the Edmonton Recital Society, the Alberta Baroque Ensemble and New Works Calgary, where she will premiere two new works for solo cello by T. Patrick Carrabre and John Link. Ms. Stinson premieres ensemble commissions by William Bolcom at Stanford University with the Lark Quarte+ (plus) Stephen Salters in January and a new work by Mark Grey with the Meme Ensemble and Jessica Rivera at CarnegieÕs Zankel Hall in March. Her dŽbut CD, Lines, will be released this spring on Albany Records. Caroline is a member of Open End (a new music and improvisation group founded with her husband, composer and violinist Andrew Waggoner), CELLO and Contrasts. Her teachers have been Alan Harris (Cleveland), Maria Kliegel (Germany), Joel Krosnick (Juilliard) and Tanya Prochazka. Caroline is a teaching assistant to Joel Krosnick at the Juilliard School and is on the cello and chamber music faculty of the Setnor School of Music at Syracuse University.

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