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Paulina Zamora, piano
A native of Antofagasta, Chile, pianist Paulina Zamora was educated at the University of Chile, the Eastman School of Music, and Indiana University. Her main teachers have included Mercedes Veglia, Rebecca Penneys, Gyorgy Sebok and Janos Starker. Her solo, concerto and chamber music appearances have taken Paulina throughout the Americas, Europe and the Middle East. A recipient of first prizes in the Primer Concurso Latinoamericano in Chile, the Indianapolis Matinee Musicale and the Chautauqua Piano Competition, Paulina was also awarded the prestigious Performer's Certificate of the Eastman School of Music. She has appeared in festivals such as the Ernen Musikdorf and Lausanne Music Festival in Switzerland, the Banff Music Festival in Canada and the Chautauqua Music Festival in New York.

Paulina Zamora

She has performed live on National Public Radio and the Swiss-French Radio. She is a sought after collaborative pianist and has concertized with distinguished cellist Janos Starker, with violinist Corey Cerovsek and flutist Jacques Zoon, among others. Paulina's recent recordings include two CDs of chamber works with the Felici Piano Trio; a solo CD with works of Twentieth-Century Latin American composers, sponsored by Indiana University; a chamber CD of American composers with the Montecino Trio, recently released by Eroica Classical Recordings. She taught at the Valencia Conservatory in Spain and was Associate Professor of Piano and Theory at EAFIT University in Medellín, Colombia, from 1999 to 2001. Beginning September of 2001 through August of 2005, she was a member of the Felici Piano Trio in residence in Mammoth Lakes, California, an integral part of Chamber Music Unbound, a non-profit organization. Ms. Zamora has recently been appointed professor of Piano and Theory and Director of Chamber Music Program at the 'Escuela Moderna de Música' in Santiago, Chile.

John Milbauer
Pianist John Milbauer has performed frequently across North America, Europe, and Asia, and his concerts have been broadcast on WQXR National Public Radio and French National television. After initial study at Harvard College, he earned degrees from Eastman School of Music, The Juilliard School, and Manhattan School of Music and a certificate from the Liszt Academy in Budapest, Hungary. He received a Harvard College Fulbright Grant to study in Hungary through the Hungarian Ministry of Culture and Education Bursary. He participated in the Ernen Musikdorf in Switzerland and has given concerts in Europe, North America and Asia. He is the recipient of the Laird Youth Leadership Foundation Award for Leadership in Art. ard for Leadership in Art. While living in New York City, Milbauer gave solo recitals, accompanied other artists, taught at The Juilliard School, Manhattan School of Music and was part of the Columbia Artists tour with the New York Theatre Ballet. During his residency at the Banff Centre in Canada, in an effort to take classical works outside the boundaries of the music community, he organized a free, weekly musical series at a neighboring ski resort that gained in popularity and continued after he left Canada. In addition, he has volunteered as organist at Our Lady of Peace Church in Marshfield, at the Banff Presbyterian Church and at St. Alban's Episcopal Church in Arcata. Milbauer has been engaged in summer music programs for students, ages 12 to 18, and he teaches master classes for local teachers and their students.


Annette-Barbara Vogel
Violinist Annette-Barbara Vogel has distinguished herself as one of her generation's most exciting violinists, acclaimed for her virtuosity, intelligence and passion. Born and raised in Germany, Annette-Barbara Vogel first started playing at the age of four, with her father as her first teacher. At 11, she enrolled in the prestigious Folkwang-Hochschule in Essen as a "Jungstudentin," and was one of the youngest students ever to be admitted to that conservatory, performing her orchestra debut at the age of 12. She received her Artist Diploma from the College-Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati with additional three degrees with highest honors in violin and chamber music from the Folkwang-Hochschule. Annette-Barbara Vogel has won numerous awards in international competitions. She is a frequent adjudicator of competitions and festivals around the world and has given master classes in Albania, Brazil, Canada, Finland, Germany, Haiti, Rumania, Taiwan and the U.S. Her own studies include those with P. Daniel, Delay, Krebbers, Levin, Meyer, Oundjian, Yim and summer classes with Lord Menuhin, Grumiaux, Greenhouse, Amoyal, Tocco, Brandis, Pikaisen, Coletti, among others.

Annette-Barbara Vogel

As a soloist, recitalist and chamber musician, Annette-Barbara Vogel has performed throughout Europe, North- and South- America, the Caribbean and Asia, She has made numerous appearances at music festivals around the world, and in 2000 created "Magisterra-lnternational Chamber Music Festival." Her numerous recordings include those with the Harmonia Mundi and Cybele labels. Ms. Vogel plays on a Lorenzo Storioni violin, kindly loaned by "Stiftung Kunst und Kultur des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf." Previously on the faculty of the University of Virginia, Folkwang-Hoschschule Essen, and The University of Iowa, she now is on the faculty of The Univer¬sity of Western Ontario/Canada.

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