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Kim Fredenburgh
Associate Professor, M.M., Arizona State University

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Kimberly Fredenburgh is Associate Professor of Viola at the University of New Mexico where she teaches private viola students, classes in orchestral audition preparation and chamber music ensembles. Ms. Fredenburgh has served as assistant principal viola of the New Mexico Symphony Orchestra for the past 10 years.. She performs regularly with the Santa Fe Opera Orchestra and appears as principal viola with the Santa Fe Pro Musica Orchestra. She was previously associate principal viola of the Phoenix Symphony Orchestra  and also taught on the faculty at Arizona State University

Ms. Fredenburgh was a co-principal violist with the New World Symphony under Michael Tilson Thomas and has appeared in Carnegie Hall with Sir Georg Solti conducting. She has been featured as a concerto soloist with orchestras such as the Phoenix Symphony and the New Mexico Symphony.  She has taught master classes and performed in recitals across the US as well as in Brazil, Mexico, Canada, Portugal, Spain, Italy and Monaco. Ms. Fredenburgh has delivered pedagogical papers at several National ASTA conferences and has also performed at the 2008 International Viola Congress.

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