Fred Fox School of Music

Theodore Buchholz

THEODORE BUCHHOLZ is the cello professor at the University of Arizona where he also serves as Chamber Music Coordinator and String Project Director. This season he will perform concerti with the Battle Creek, Cambrian, and Southern Arizona Symphonies. A fervent believer in the power of music education to transform lives, he serves as the Cello Forum Editor for the journal American String Teacher and launched the University of Arizona String Project in 2015.  

Tannis Gibson

TANNIS GIBSON is Professor of Piano and Associate Director for the Fred Fox School of Music at the University of Arizona. She has performed and taught around the world, including Weill Recital Hall (Carnegie), the Kennedy Center, Merkin Hall, and the National Gallery of Art, as well as throughout Asia, Europe, and South America.  

John Milbauer

John Milbauer, Steinway Artist and Professor of Piano at the University of Arizona, has performed worldwide, most recently in solo tours of China and Spain as well as with the Boston Pops. He is Co-Chair of the Chautauqua Institution Piano Program, having helped transform it into one of the premier summer programs in the Americas. Milbauer studied liberal arts at Harvard College prior to earning music degrees from Eastman, Juilliard, and the Liszt Academy in Budapest.

Bruce Chamberlain

BRUCE CHAMBERLAIN, Director of Choral Activities, Associate Director of the Fred Fox School of Music, and founding Director of the TSO Chorus is an honors graduate of the Indiana University School of Music with bachelor’s, master’s, and DMus degrees. He has recently appeared at Vienna’s Musikverein and Dvořák Hall in Prague, Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center, and Daegu City, South Korea. This spring he will conduct the NYC Chamber Orchestra at Carnegie Hall.    

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