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OUR SIX CORVALLIS PROGENY

Erik Peterson, artistic director of this festival, is a member of the Colorado Symphony,The American Sinfonietta, and the Denali Ensemble.
Michael Tubb has been principal viola in the Debut Symphony and has played in the Peter Britt and Oregon Coast festivals.
Linda Larson, soprano, of New York, has won acclaim in sixteen major operatic roles and numerous oratorio and concert engagements.
Sarah Knutson, of the New Century Chamber Orchestra and The American Sinfonietta, performs regularly with the San Francisco Symphony. 
Adam Esbensen is a member of the Louisville Symphony. He performed at Taos and in Spoleto at the Festival of the Two Worlds.
Erik Borgir performs across Europe in the Emanon Trio, is principal cello of a chamber orchestra, and teaches at Stuttgart’s Hochschule für Music.

GUEST ARTISTS

Thomas Heinrich of the Colorado Symphony and the Denali Ensemble is principal cellist of The American Sinfonietta and performed last summer as principal at the Grand Teton Festival.
Phillip Stevens, violist, of the Colorado Symphony and the Denali Ensemble, has a special interest in contemporary chamber works and was a founding member of the Sheridan Chamber Players.
Rachelle McCabe, pianist, Professor of Music, international recitalist, chamber musician, and concerto soloist, performs in a Beethoven trio and a Schumann piano quintetTuesday, June 11, 2002.
Carol Robe is principal clarinet in the Corvallis-OSU Symphony and Eugene Opera and a member of the Arrieu Wind Quintet. She frequently performs with the Oregon Symphony.
Angela Carlson, pianist, is active Theater Corvallis. She performs with voice and clarinet and with three cellos on Friday, June 14, 2002.
Matthew Faust, Oregon Symphony violinist, is an accomplished and devoted chamber musician.
Fritz Gearhart, violinist, has performed for audiences from coast to coast. January 2002 marked his 5th appearance at Carnegie Recital hall since 1998. Mr. Gearhart has been heard frequently on National Public Radio including several live broadcast performances, one recently featured on the nationally broadcast program, Performance Today. Mr. Gearhart is currently on the faculty of the University of Oregon School of Music and a member of the Oregon String Quartet.