Amanda Marshall has been playing violin since the age of seven and has studied with Ralph Matson and Robert Waters. From 2014-2016 she was Concertmaster for the Utah State Symphony Orchestra, and soloed with them in 2016. She is one of the founding members of the USU Undergraduate String Research Quartet. Ms. Marshall is a recent graduate student at Utah State University and plans on continuing her education with a Master's at Northwestern University in the fall. She performs on a Bela Szepessy violin dated 1898. She will play selections by Bach, Paganini and Franck. Her accompanist is Jessica Roderer.
They all teach and hold professorships at BYU. As individuals they have concertized widely throughout the United States and the world. All hold doctorates in music. They have all held prestigious positions at Universities and have received numerous awards. They are active in conducting conferences and in doing musical composition. They will be playing selections from Danzi, Lefebvre, Turrin and Ewazen.
The program includes works of Bach, Beethoven, Correli, Haydn and Boccherini. Contemporary waltzes complement the program.