||Marcy Rosen (Professor)
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B.M., The Curtis Institute of Music
A consummate soloist, Ms. Rosen’s superb musicianship is enhanced by her many chamber music activities. With pianist Diane Walsh she performs as half of the Rosen/Walsh Duo and she is a founding member of the ensemble La Fenice, a group comprised of Oboe, Piano and String Trio. Also a founding member of the world renowned Mendelssohn String Quartet, she was Artist-in-Residence at the North Carolina School of the Arts and for nine years served as Blodgett-Artists-in-Residence at Harvard University. With the Mendelssohn String Quartet she tours annually throughout the United States, Canada and Europe.
She appears regularly at festivals both here and abroad and since1986 has been the co-artistic director of the Eastern Shore Chamber Music Festival in Maryland. Another important association is with the Marlboro Music Festival in Vermont. Since first attending Marlboro in 1975, she has taken part in 16 of their “Musicians from Marlboro” tours and performed in concerts celebrating the 40th and 50th Anniversaries of the Festival.
Marcy Rosen was born in Phoenix, Arizona and her teachers have included Gordon Epperson, Orlando Cole, Marcus Adeney, Felix Galimir, Karen Tuttle and Sandor Vegh. She is a graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music.
Her performances can be heard on recordings from the BIS, Deutsche Grammophon, Sony Classical, CBS Masterworks, Musical Heritage Society, Phillips, Nonesuch, Pro Arte and Koch labels among others.