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Duo Terlano to Perform Sept. 26 at LVC
09.24.13 |
Lebanon Valley College music faculty members Marie-Aline Cadieux and Johannes Dietrich will perform as Duo Terlano on Sept. 26 at 7:30 p.m. in the Zimmerman Recital Hall of the Suzanne H. Arnold Gallery. The performance is free and open to the public.

A husband and wife team, Duo Terlano features Cadieux on cello and Dietrich on violin. The LVC program will begin will “Duet V” for violin and cello by Stephen Paxton, followed by three movements from “Dance Card” by Dr. Scott Eggert, professor emeritus of music at LVC.

Next, the duo will compare works by Georg Abraham Schneider and Ludwig van Beethoven, composers who were both born in 1770. Dietrich will switch to viola for Beethoven’s “Duet with Two Obligato Eyeglasses” for viola and cello, a composition that was left in rough draft form. The concert will conclude with Schneider’s “Duo in D Major” for viola and cello.

Dietrich, a native of Bozeman, Montana, joined the LVC faculty in 1995. As the Newton and Adelaide Burgner Professor in Instrumental Music, he directs the LVC Symphony Orchestra, teaches conducting and string methods and applied violin and viola, and conducts chamber music ensembles. He has studied at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria, and at Montana State University. Dietrich has a master's in violin performance and a doctorate in violin performance and conducting from the College-Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati.

He began studying violin at age five, and the piano shortly thereafter. He is a founding member of the Majore Trio, maintains an active performance schedule with Duo Terlano, and has performed with the Dela'Art Trio. He performs solo violin recitals throughout the country and is an active ragtime pianist.

As a conductor, Dietrich has lead district, regional, state, and honors orchestras from New Jersey to Montana. He is active as a clinician, and recently was awarded the Orchestra Director of the Year award from the Pennsylvania/Delaware String Teachers Association.

Cadieux, professor of music at Kutztown University and adjunct cello instructor at LVC, is a member of the Majore Trio and Duo Terlano, as well a solo recitalist. She has performed across Europe, but has become an established presence in the Mid-Atlantic music scene since moving to the area in 1999.

She served for many years as Principal Cellist for the Illinois Symphony, Illinois Chamber Orchestra, festival orchestras at Aspen, Blossom Music Festival, and Great Music West, traveling Broadway shows, and dance companies including the Mark Morris Dance Group. She toured extensively with the Kirkland Piano Trio, and performed with the Lehigh Valley Chamber Orchestra.


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