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Music in City | Stephen Redfield and Joanna Burnside

Tuesday, March 3, 2020

5:15 PM cash bar/5:45 PM program

Trustmark Grand Hall

Listen to violinist Stephen Redfield as he performs alongside pianist Joanna Burnside in our Trustmark Grand Hall for this month’s Music in the City.

Stephen Redfield:
Stephen Redfield has been a Professor of Violin at the University of Southern Mississippi Since 1996. Recently awarded “Best Instrumentalist of 2018-19” by the Austin Critics Table, he was a student of Dorothy DeLay at the Cincinnati College-Conservatory and Donald Weilerstein at the Eastman School. A prize-winner in the Colman and Monterrey Chamber Music Competitions, he has performed as a chamber musician throughout the United States and internationally, and just last season performed five concertos with orchestra, including the Mozart D Major with the Mississippi Symphony.
Over his 40 years with the Oregon Bach Festival, he has participated in numerous recordings, including the Grammy® Award-winning disc Credo. Stephen is concertmaster of the Santa Fe Pro Musica, the Arizona Bach Festival, the Conspirare Company of Voices and La Follia Austin Baroque. With the Victoria Bach Festival his performances as concertmaster and soloist have been broadcast nationally.

Joanna Burnside:
Pianist Joanna Burnside is faculty at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College where she has taught piano, music theory, and music appreciation for 22 years. She holds the D.M.A. in piano performance, with a minor in music theory from Louisiana State University, and the B.M. and M.M. degrees in piano performance from the University of Southern Mississippi. An active collaborator with music faculty, guest artists, and students, she has been featured as soloist with the University of Southern Mississippi Symphony, Louisiana State University Symphony and Mississippi Symphony Orchestras. She is a member of the Mississippi Music Teachers Association, serving as president from 2004-2006. She is nationally certified through the Music Teachers National Association in piano and music theory. A member of the Hattiesburg Music Teachers League for over 35 years, she currently serves as the web site manager and membership chair.

Music in the City is a monthly series presenting live performances of classical and traditional artists. This series is generously sponsored by St. Andrew’s Episcopal Cathedral, and is free and open to the public.