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Aimee Rieger

Aimée enjoys an active international career performing as a soloist, chamber musician, and orchestral player on both modern and baroque violin. Recent engagements include performances with Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra, Pacific Baroque Orchestra in Vancouver B.C., Fuma Sacra Baroque Orchestra as part of the Illinois Bach Festival, New York Continuo Collective String Band, and Seattle Baroque Orchestra. Looking forward, as a new member of the Tallahassee Bach Parley, Aimee is excited to collaborate for upcoming performances for the 2021-22 season. Previous engagements include, among others, Zomeropera Alden Biesen (Belgium), Constance Chamber Opera (Germany), Schöneck Ensemble (Germany), Basilika Orchestra St. Paulin (Germany), the Buxton Music Society (England), and Oban Bach Orchestra (Scotland). In addition to her performance career, Aimée is dedicated to her passion of teaching. She currently maintains a private studio and was a professor at Western Washington University where she coached chamber ensembles, taught applied lessons and Body Scales©, a class that she created for performing artists designed to enhance performance, prevent injury, manage stress, and address performance anxiety. Aimée received her undergraduate degree in Violin Performance from the Eastman School of Music and has studied with Julia Wedman, Nancy Wilson, Chloe Meyers, Marc Destrubé, Mitchell Stern, and Teri Lee.

TEACHING ARTIST INFO...

Briefly describe the class(es) you offer:

Private Violin Lessons Chamber Music Coachings Body Scales Orchestra Coaching

Willing to be a guest speaker / workshop presenter in a classroom setting.: Yes
Type of lesson (Private and/or Group): Private, Group

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