Designated “a genuine virtuoso” by the Dallas Morning News and a newcomer to the San Diego Symphony, Julia Pautz has moved back to California after completing four seasons as a member of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra.
Originally from Texas, Ms. Pautz earned a Bachelor of Music degree with honors from the Cleveland Institute of Music, a Master of Music degree with honors from the University of Southern California, and a professional studies certificate from the Colburn School.
While in Los Angeles, she studied with renowned violin pedagogue Robert Lipsett. She has also held a Fellowship at the Aspen Music Festival, and a coveted spot at the New York String Orchestra Seminar.
In addition to performing with SDSO, Ms. Pautz is an enthusiastic cyclist: she has completed triathlons and duathlons all over Texas and now loves riding her bike in beautiful San Diego.
Violinist Kathryn Eberle is the newly appointed Associate Concertmaster of the Utah Symphony | Utah Opera. Previously, Ms. Eberle was a violinist with the St. Louis Symphony and Guest Concertmaster with the Omaha and Richmond Symphonies. She served extensively as Concertmaster for the Juilliard Orchestra, including the ensemble’s tour of China, as well as performances in Avery Fisher, Alice Tully, and Carnegie Halls.
Ms. Eberle’s solo performances include appearances with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Louisville Orchestra, the Nashville Symphony, the National Academy Orchestra of Canada, the Bahia Symphony in Brazil, and the Fireworks Ensemble at the Library of Congress. She has collaborated with such artists as Edgar Meyer, Jaime Laredo, Arnold Steinhardt, Ricardo Morales, and members of the New York Philharmonic. Eberle garnered Grand Prize in the YMF National Debut, Pasadena Instrumental, and USC Concerto Competitions and top prizes in the Klein, Stulberg, and Corpus Christi International Competitions. An avid chamber musician, her festival appearances include Aspen, Banff, Yellow Barn, Encore School for Strings, Missillac (France), Sewanee, Laguna Beach, Innsbrook, and Festival Mozaic.
Ms. Eberle received a Master’s Degree from The Juilliard School studying with Sylvia Rosenberg. She previously studied with Robert Lipsett both at the Colburn School and the University of Southern California, where she received the String Department and Symphony awards upon graduation. A native of Nashville, Tennessee, she was a pre-college student of Cornelia Heard at Vanderbilt’s Blair School of Music. Ms. Eberle performs on a J.B. Vuillaume, Paris, 1870.
Dr. Maimy Fong
Assisting at the piano is Austin’s Dr. Maimy Fong. She holds a masters and doctoral degree from the University of Texas at Austin, and has appeared at Carnegie Hall. She currently serves as the pianist for Conspirare Youth in Austin.
Julia Pautz and Friends will perform at 3:00 pm on Sunday, June 24, 2012 in the Uptown Blanco Ballroom. 317 Main St, Blanco, Texas.
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