"ChromaDuo is simply exquisite. This is some of the most purely beautiful playing I've heard in a while." ~ Kenneth Keaton, American Record Guide
Rob begins teaching guitar at U of T, along with Jeffrey McFadden.
ChromaDuo play a concert at the fabulous Hamilton International Guitar Festival: Katona Twins, Dale Kavanagh, Jeffrey McFadden, Henderson-Kolk Duo and Johannes Moller.
Hamilton International Guitar Festival
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
July 8-10, 2011
Tracy receives funding from the Canada Council for the Arts for her final year of the DMA degree, for studies with Manuel Barrueco (Peabody Conservatory) and Roland Dyens (Paris Conservatory, CNSMP).
We release Hidden Waters in Baltimore! Works by Goss, Pierce and Dyens.
LIVE! 409 North Charles Street Second Floor Baltimore, Maryland 21201 888.221.6170 410.385.2638 410.385.2308 (fax)
Cool new festival organized by Michael Hardy, Ken Meyer and Evan Drummond, et al. Competition and concert series.
Appearing: ChromaDuo, Jeffrey McFadden, Nicholas Goluses
Friday April 8, 2011, 8pm
Art Gallery Rochester, NY
ChromaDuo puts their fake English accents to the test. Premiering new work by Roland Dyens, with the composer in attendance. Also appearing; John Williams
Saturday 5 March 2011, 4pm
- PATS Studio One
- Public, Staff, Students
- Day ticket £45, £30 students
Finally, the time has come: in the recording studio with Norbert Kraft, producer extraordinaire.
Tracy wins the Theodore Presser Award. The $10 500 award is given each year to an outstanding graduate student for a special project, chosen by Peabody Conservatory with funds from the Presser Foundation.