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Anyango Yarbo-Davenport, violin
Fabio Saggin, Tim Feverston, viola
Jiao Li, piano
Olivia Hay, Alison Kessinger, Nathanial Ramsey, Michael Wilcoxon, violin
Dean Pauley, cello
Students of the Chamber Music & String Ensemble Class
Violist Adam Paul Cordle has distinguished himself as a soloist and chamber musician, appearing in concerts and recitals throughout the United States, Canada, and Israel. He has performed in Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall as First Prize Winner of the 2011 American Protégé International Competition and most recently in Carnegie's Zankel Hall to première Avner Dorman's Trio for Oud, Viola & Piano. As a soloist, he has been featured by several national orchestras and performs as principal of the Gettysburg Chamber Orchestra and as a member of the Orchestra of the Southern Finger Lakes. Mr. Cordle teaches viola, violin and chamber music at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, Mount St Mary's University, Carroll County String Project, and Chamber Music Connection, Inc.. He is the founder and director of the Gettysburg Chamber Music Festival.
In addition to his work as a performer and teacher, Mr. Cordle is a board member and webmaster for the American Viola Society. He is regularly invited to· present masterclasses and clinics for elementary, high school, and collegiate students. Mr. Cordle's articles have been published in the Journal of the American Viola Society and provide an insight into his current research focus on the accessibility of classical music for contemporary audiences.
His primary teachers include Karin Brown (Baltimore Symphony Orchestra), Phillip Ying (Ying Quartet), Louise Zeitlin (Baldwin Wallace College), and Deborah Barrett-Price (Chamber Music Connection, Inc). Mr. Cordle has undertaken further studies with Kim Kashkashian, Carol Rodland, and members of the Ying and Cavani String Quartets and has studied orchestral literature with members of the Cleveland Orchestra and Rochester Philharmonic. Adam Cordle earned a Master of Music in Performance & Literature from the Eastman School of Music and a Bachelor of Music in Performance & Literature from Baldwin-Wallace College. He is a registered teacher with the Suzuki Association of the Americas.
Smith Recital Hall
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string ensemble, sonata, 20th century, duo
Arts and Humanities | Fine Arts | Music | Music Performance
Cordle, Adam and Yarbo-Davenport, Anyango, "Marshall University Music Department Presents a Joint Faculty & Student Recital, with Guest Artist, Adam Cordle, viola" (2012). All Performances. 84.