Michael Fitzpatrick, cello
[The following is an excerpt from an interview between James Olsen and new String Academy of Wisconsin Cello Faculty member Michael Fitzpatrick.]
JO: Where did you get your formative training in cello?
MF: I grew up in Lexington, KY, where I studied with Rodney Farrar, cellist, hang-glider, rollerblader, and inventor of […]
Don Wallace has two unrelated careers; he is a school social worker for the Milwaukee Public Schools and he is a realtor for First Realty. In addition, he makes a third “career” out of his community service. He is a natural for the String Academy board. He has devoted his life to […]
Editor’s note: Cello faculty member Sara Edgerton and her husband, theory teacher Paul Thompson, are moving to Cape Girardeau, MO where Sara has accepted a position at Southeast Missouri State University. She will be greatly missed. (We are now interviewing candidates to fill her position, and expect to hire a new cello faculty member sometime […]
Erin Aldridge (1992)
by Erin Aldridge
For the past ten years, I have been a violin student of Mimi Zweig. As a student, I found over the years that I had questions about Mimi’s experience and background that I had not had an opportunity to ask. Just a short while ago I finally had an […]
In this issue:
Tim Dodge Sr. comes up with snappy winning title for newsletter: The Quarter Note! Interview with Mimi Zweig by Erin Aldridge Tips for the first-year parent Inaugural Board of Directors announced How to care for your instrument
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The Quarter Note Opus 1 No 2 – […]