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Mary-Victoria Voutsas

 
Name: Mary-Victoria Voutsas
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Location: Annandale
United States 22003
Contact: For contact via phone: 703-473-9985
Maryvoutsaspiano@gmail.com

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Additional Info: Classically trained pianist with experience touring and performing all genres! Able to sing and play as well.
View her latest Kennedy Center performance http://www.kennedy-center.org/explorer/videos/?id=M6323
Purchase her collaborative album of classical and popular Greek compositions http://greekchambermusic.com/index.php?page=label
Mark your calendar for her new album and concert release at the Kennedy Center October 21st, 2015 at 6pm/ET (concert will be available for live streaming on the Kennedy Center site)
Listen to her being featured on WVIA at the 30min mark http://www.greekchambermusic.com/clips/WVIA-6.11.15.mp3

Short classical bio below:
Mary-Victoria Voutsas is a "powerful", and "enthralling pianist" (CUA Tower paper). She has studied under Tatyana Hearne, Julie Hahn, Ann Kang, and Yuliya Gorenman. Ms. Voutsas has also performed master classes and recitals for several acclaimed pianists, including Yuri Didenko, Dr. Joseph Banowetz, and Christopher O'Reilly. Ms. Voutsas has toured extensively as a pianist, and as a classical musician she has performed at many notable venues including the Czech, Polish, French, and Thai embassies, Catholic University's Ward Hall, Lisner Auditorium, and the Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage and Terrace Theatre. Ms. Voutsas performed for the Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej's birthday celebration, and at one of the inaugural concerts of Pope John Paul II's Cultural Center in Washington, D.C. She was praised in an article later that her "performance enthralled the listeners making the evening a wonderful tribute". Ms. Voutsas has been a part of numerous competitions and was invited in, 2011, 2014, and 2015 to the Bartok-Kabalevsky-Prokofiev Piano Competition in Italy. Ms. Voutsas was awarded the Watkins Prize in 2011, and Director's Musician of Achievement award in 2013 at American University. She has debuted new music for Jonathan Kolm and Dimitar Naumoff, and performed for the Rob Kapilow "What Makes It Great?" program in 2013 accompanied by the Peabody Chamber Orchestra. Ms. Voutsas also has experience in harpsichord performance, choral conducting, and is currently studying prepared piano with Laurie Hudciek. Ms. Voutsas resides in the Washington D.C. area where she teaches piano and theory. She looks forward to releasing the first installment of Dvorak's Poetic Tone Pictures, Op. 85, in September 2016.
Fees: $ 100.00 Dollars Per Hour
Fees can differ/be negotiated depending upon the organization, number of rehearsals, if I am required to provide my own keyboard/sound system, if a recording is needed, and location.
Instruments: Piano, Harpsichord, Electric Keyboards
Additional Specialisms: Early Music, Contemporary Music, Instrumental Accompaniment, Vocal Accompaniment, Musical Theatre
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