Stephanie Hollander, Artist in Residence

hollanders@hartwick.edu

Areas of expertise:
Horn
Education:
M.M., The Eastman School of Music

Ms. Hollander holds a Bachelor of Music from the University of Cincinnati, CCM, and a Master of Music from the Eastman School of Music where she was awarded a graduate teaching assistantship. She also holds an Artist Performers Certificate fellowship from Bard College Conservatory and a Professional Studies Certificate from the Manhattan School of Music as a recipient of the 2016-2017 Richard E. Adams Scholarship. Her teachers have included; Barbara Currie, Javier Gandara, Randy Gardner, Peter Kurau, Jeffrey Lang and Julia Pilant. In 2012, Ms. Hollander was awarded an international grant from the University of Cincinnati to study Roman architecture, music and art in Rome, Italy.

Currently, Ms. Hollander is on faculty at the Dutchess Community College Community School. She travels to public schools giving horn demonstrations and workshops for NYSSMA preparation and has been a guest speaker for the SUNY Purchase horn studio, on the topic of, “I graduated, now what?”. Ms. Hollander is currently developing” LADINO CALL”, which is a commissioning, educational and performance project for French Horn that utilizes the musical traditions of Cuba and Ladino Music.

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