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David Deveau Senior Lecturer in Music. M.M., Juilliard School of Music. Acclaimed NYC debut at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, 1982 as the recipient of a coveted Solo Recitalist Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. Deveau has performed extensively throughout North America, appearing as guest soloist with the Boston, San Francisco, Pittsburgh, Houston and St. Louis Symphonies, the Minnesota Orchestra, the Miami and Portland Symphonies, and abroad with l'Orchestre du Capitole de Toulouse, France and the Qingdao Symphony in China. Among the conductors with whom Deveau has collaborated are Bernard Haitink, Herbert Blomstedt, John Williams, Keith Lockhart and Joseph Silverstien. Solo and chamber music appearances throughout the US, Canada, Europe and China, including appearances on major concert series at Carnegie, Alice Tully, Town Hall, Merkin Concert Hall and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC; Washington's Kennedy Center; Benaroya Hall in Seattle; Heinz Hall in Pittsburgh, Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis, Spivey Hall in Atlanta, and Zhong Shan Hall in Beijing. Chamber music with members of the Juilliard, St. Lawrence, Ying, Vermeer, Shanghai, Borromeo and many other string quartets. Festival and series appearances at Tanglewood, Caramoor, Wolf Trap, La Jolla Music Society, Prussia Cove (UK), Mainly Mozart (San Diego), and Sommerfest, Minneapolis. Artistic Director of the Rockport Chamber Music Festival since 1995. Piano and chamber music Masterclasses at Harvard, Dartmouth, NEC, San Francisco Conservatory, Longy School of Music, Carnegie Mellon University, and many other colleges and conservatories. World premieres of music by MIT's John Harbison and Peter Child, and many other composers. Recordings for BBC, CBC, NPR, CCTV, Beijing and Centaur. In 2006, Deveau's performance on the Celebrity Series of Boston received rave reviews in the three major Boston newspapers, and was named one of the ten best classical concerts of the year by the Boston Phoenix.

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David Deveau