Chris Peterson has played the clarinet for over twenty-five years in ensembles in North Carolina, Utah, and Seattle. As an undergraduate, he studied with Professor Donald Oehler at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. While pursuing a doctorate in Molecular Biology at the University of Utah, he continued his clarinet studies with Lee Livengood of the Utah Symphony, and was principal in the Murray Symphony Orchestra, where he performed solo concerto works by Copland, Weber, and Mozart. Since moving to Seattle in 2010, Chris has played with the Eastside Symphony, Orchestra Seattle, Fremont Philharmonic, the Jazz Night School Program in South Seattle, and other local ensembles. He currently studies with Laura DeLuca of the Seattle Symphony. During the day, Chris is investigating HIV cure strategies in the Clinical Research Division of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
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$9 Seniors age 62+ / Youth age 13-21
Age 12 and under free, ticket still required
Saturday, March 16, 2019, 7:30 pm
Gershwin:An American in Paris
Strauss: Suite in B-flat Major for 13 Wind Instruments
Vanchestein: Double Concerto for Flute, Clarinet and String Orchestra, with Lisa Hedley and Chris Peterson
Music for balalaika and orchestra, with Vladimir Konov
Lisa Hedley teaches private flute lessons and currently plays with the Eastside Symphony, the Elle Flute Trio, and the Emerald Wind Quintet. She also frequently performs at her church. Lisa has been a soloist several times with the Eastside Symphony, having performed works by Stamitz, Mozart, and Chaminade, as well as having commissioned and premiered Three Philosophies by Catherine McMichael for solo alto flute, bass flute, and contrabass flute with string orchestra, which she has performed twice with the Eastside Symphony. In 2016, Lisa premiered Jeffrey Taylor's Concerto for Piccolo and Orchestra, and she is thrilled to now add Uriel Vanchestein's Double Concerto to her performance repertoire. Lisa has studied flute with Cheryl Fogg in Seattle and with He Shengqi at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music in China. She holds degrees in mathematics and formerly worked for Microsoft.