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  Carmine Miranda
    Dogal Montagnana C & G Tungsten-Silver Soloist, D Silver Soloist

Born in Valencia (Venezuela) in 1988, Carmine studied cello with professors Luisa Fuentes, Valmore Nieves and William Molina, in the Latin-American Academy of Violoncello, and the Simon Bolivar Conservatory of Music (the institution that spawned the famous "El Sistema"). Carmine is a pupil of cellist Yehuda Hanani at the University Of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music where he obtained a Bachelors of Arts in music, Masters Degree and is a candidate for a Doctorate's degree.

He has participated in several music competitions as a soloist and chamber player winning several recognitions and awards at a national and international level. Among them include the Coral Gables Music Club award for best instrumentalist, won the first prize of the 2005 Alhambra Music Competition, National Prize for best soloist from the FMEA (Florida Music Educators Association), the 08-09 University of Cincinnati Cello Competition and a Distinguished Award from the 2012 IBLA international competition. He has collaborated with recognized international artists such as Yehuda Hanani, Awadagin Pratt, Rodolfo Saglimbeni and performed as a soloist with several chamber ensembles and orchestras internationally.

Carmine Miranda's featured double cd recording of the complete suites for solo cello (6 Suites a Violoncello Solo Senza Basso) by J.S. Bach under the label Centaur Records. This recording was made with no digital editing or splicing and captures the essence of cello performance up close. Now available in all major distribution places! Also available on Spotify and Naxos Online Music Library.

Carmine Miranda

Cellist - Solo Recording Artist
  Kimberly Patterson
    Dogal Montagnana C & G Tungsten-Silver Classic

Kimberly Patterson has earned recognition for her artistry as a chamber and orchestral musician. She has been principal cellist UBS Verbier Orchestra under the direction of Maestro Charles Dutoit and has also performed with the Miyazaki Orchestra in Japan, Aspen Orchestra, CityMusic Cleveland, Brooklyn Philharmonic, the Cleveland Institute of Music Orchestra and the Juilliard Orchestra.

Kimberly is the founding cellist of the Tesla Quartet, whose recent engagements include Juilliard?s 2009 ChamberFest and 2009 FOCUS! Festival, as well as performances in Alice Tully Hall. She has given chamber music recitals in Weill Recital Hall, New York?s German Embassy, Cleveland?s Kulas Hall, and in Verbier, Switzerland.

A graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Music with academic honors, Kimberly is currently pursuing the Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the University of Colorado at Boulder. She received her Master of Music degree at The Juilliard School, where she was a recipient of the Gluck Community Service fellowship, a program designed to bring music to the inner city. She was also a recipient of the Instrumental Music Fellowship, where she taught music to underserved children in New York City. Principal teachers include Richard Aaron, Stephen Geber, and William Stokking.

Kimberly Patterson

Cellist - The Tesla Quartet
  Jonathan Miller
    Dogal Montagnana C & G Tungsten-Silver Soloist

Cellist Jonathan Miller, a 30-year veteran of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, is the founder and Artistic Director of the Boston Artists Ensemble.Solo appearances include the Boston Pops, the Hartford Symphony, and the American Cello Congress at the invitation of Rostropovitch. He has toured thecounty as a member of the New York String Sextet. Mr. Miller has served on the faculty of the New England Conservatory and the Boston Conservatory, andcurrently teaches at the Tanglewood Music Center. He as recorded the complete Beethoven Sonatas on the Centaur label.

Miller has over the years collaborated in many chamber music concerts with distinguished musicians including: violinists Renaud Capucon,Eugene Drucker, Hillary Hahn, Daniel Phillips, Gil Shaham and Joel Smirnoff; violists Yuri Bashment, Roberto Diaz, Paul Doktor, James Dunham,and Kim Kashkashian; and pianists Emanuel Ax and Garrick Ohlson. He is a member of the Gramercy Trio, which has twice received glowingreviews in the New York Times for its New York City performances.

Jonathan Miller

Cellist - * Boston Symphony Orchestra* Gramercy Trio* Boston Artists Ensemble

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