Devin LaMarr, cello
Ludwig Van Beethoven 7 Variations on 'Bei Männern, welche Liebe fühlen', WoO 46
Johann Sebastian Bach Cello Suite No. 5 in C minor, BWV 1011
Enrique Granados Intermezzo arr. by Gaspar Cassadó
Samuel Barber Cello Sonata in C minor, Op. 6
Cellist Devin LaMarr is currently located in Pittsburgh as a Master of Music in Cello Performance at the Carnegie Mellon School of Music. She is currently receiving a full scholarship to study in the studio of Anne Martindale-Williams. Devin received her bachelor’s degree in cello performance from Lynn University, where she received a full scholarship to study in the studio of David Cole. Other important teacher’s in Devin’s life have been Jonah Kim, Mark Kosower, Paul Katz, and Timothy Eddy. Devin is also a dedicated chamber musician, having debuted with her quartet, the Kourdisma Quartet, at the Lyric Chamber Music Society in New York, in May, 2022 after winning first prize in Lynn University’s chamber music competition. Additionally, she performed in a masterclass for Philip Setzer of the Emerson String Quartet in 2019. Devin also has chamber music experience from summer festivals such as Curtis Summerfest, and Eastern Music Festival. Other competitions Devin has won include the Navaroli Young Musicians competition, where she performed the Elgar Cello Concerto with the South Valley Symphony in her native California. She was also a finalist in the the Big Arts Classical Music Scholarship competition in Sanibel, Florida.
Cost: Free and open to the public; No tickets required.
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