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Anna Gendler

Teaching Artist

OMA Foundation

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Company Description

The OMA Foundation is a 501c(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to bring the opportunity to learn through arts integration to as many children as possible. The OMA Model is managed by the OMA Foundation, and is distributed through its service un ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Faculty Member

Pima Community College

Violinist

Arizona Musicfest

Contributor

Explorer Newspapers

Violin Instructor

The Symphony Women's Association

Affiliations

Member
Tucson Symphony Orchestra

Founding Member
Arizona Musicfest

Education

Moscow Conservator

Web References (58 Total References)


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Anna Gendler

Anna Gendler, graduate of the Moscow Conservatory in Russia, has been a member of the Tucson Symphony Orchestra since 1991. She performed with the Phoenix Symphony, Tucson Symphony String Quartet, Flute Trio, Daystar Chamber Players, and also with her husband, Alexander Tentser, in a violin and piano duet. In the summer she performs with the Lake Placid Sinfonietta in New York, "Arizona Musicfest" in Carefree, AZ and "Music in the Mountains" Festival in California.
Being an accomplished chamber musician she also dedicates her time to children's musical education in Tucson. She is a teaching artist for the OMA Project (Opening Mind through the Arts), TSWA viloin instructor, and a studio teacher. Anna is also on the Music Faculty at Pima Community College in Tucson, Arizona.


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Anna Gendler Tucson Symphony Orchestra - Anna Gendler, Violin I

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Anna Gendler, Violin I
Born in Russia, violinist Anna Gendler received her musical education at the celebrated Moscow Conservatory, where she studied under Mikhail Kopelman, a member of the world-renowned Borodin Quartet. In 1991, she began her tenure with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra, in which she plays violin. She and her husband, the accomplished pianist Alexander Tentser, currently live in Tucson, Arizona, where they are raising their family and contributing in a variety of ways to the enrichment of the city's musical culture.
Gendler is a faculty member at Pima Community College and a teaching artist for the OMA Foundation. A studio teacher with a devoted following of private students, she has also served as a violin instructor for The Symphony Women's Association, and-at the invitation of its founder-she has taught for Arizona Music and Dance Academy. In addition to teaching, Gendler has given frequent public performances as a member both of the Tucson Symphony String Quartet and its Flute Trio, and she and her husband collaborate regularly in piano and violin duets. Finally, she is a founding member of Daystar Chamber Players, plays with Tucson Chamber Artists, and is currently planning a series of performances with various groups for next season.
Gendler also performs nationally. She has been a guest artist (alongside her husband) in WFMT's Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series; has played with the Phoenix Symphony; contributes to the Arizona Musicfest in Carefree, Arizona; and participates in the "Music in the Mountains" SummerFest in California's Gold Country and the Lake Placid Sinfonietta annual concert series in Upstate New York.


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Anna Gendler Tucson Symphony Orchestra - Anna Gendler, Violin I

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Anna Gendler, Violin I
Born in Russia, violinist Anna Gendler received her musical education at the celebrated Moscow Conservatory, where she studied under Mikhail Kopelman, a member of the world-renowned Borodin Quartet. In 1991, she began her tenure with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra, in which she plays violin. She and her husband, the accomplished pianist Alexander Tentser, currently live in Tucson, Arizona, where they are raising their family and contributing in a variety of ways to the enrichment of the city's musical culture.
Gendler is a faculty member at Pima Community College and a teaching artist for the OMA Foundation. A studio teacher with a devoted following of private students, she has also served as a violin instructor for The Symphony Women's Association, and-at the invitation of its founder-she has taught for Arizona Music and Dance Academy. In addition to teaching, Gendler has given frequent public performances as a member both of the Tucson Symphony String Quartet and its Flute Trio, and she and her husband collaborate regularly in piano and violin duets. Finally, she is a founding member of Daystar Chamber Players, plays with Tucson Chamber Artists, and is currently planning a series of performances with various groups for next season.
Gendler also performs nationally. She has been a guest artist (alongside her husband) in WFMT's Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series; has played with the Phoenix Symphony; contributes to the Arizona Musicfest in Carefree, Arizona; and participates in the "Music in the Mountains" SummerFest in California's Gold Country and the Lake Placid Sinfonietta annual concert series in Upstate New York.


Longtime children’s music advocates, ...

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Longtime children’s music advocates, classical pianist Alexander Tentser and his wife Anna Gendler, a violinist with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra, will perform classical and romantic works by Mozart, Schumann, Mendelssohn and Chopin in a concert to benefit Interfaith Community Services (ICS).Â

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Tentser and Gendler have been involved in music education in Tucson since they emigrated from Moscow.
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Born in Russia, violinist Gendler received her musical education at the celebrated Moscow Conservatory and began her tenure with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra in 1991. Gendler is a faculty member at Pima Community College and has served as a teaching artist for numerous organizations, including the OMA (Opening Minds Through Arts) Foundation and the Symphony Women’s Association. She performs locally as a member both of the Tucson Symphony String Quartet and its Flute Trio, as well as nationally. She is a founding member of Daystar Chamber Players. Read more about Gendler here.
Benefit Concert At-A-Glance
What: Classical pianist Alexander Tentser and his wife Anna Gendler, a violinist with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra, will perform classical and romantic works by Mozart, Schumann, Mendelssohn and Chopin as a benefit concert for (ICS).


Longtime children’s music advocates, ...

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Longtime children’s music advocates, classical pianist Alexander Tentser and his wife Anna Gendler, a violinist with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra, will perform classical and romantic works by Mozart, Schumann, Mendelssohn and Chopin in a concert to benefit Interfaith Community Services (ICS).

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Tentser and Gendler have been involved in music education in Tucson since they emigrated from Moscow.
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Born in Russia, violinist Gendler received her musical education at the celebrated Moscow Conservatory and began her tenure with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra in 1991. Gendler is a faculty member at Pima Community College and has served as a teaching artist for numerous organizations, including the OMA (Opening Minds Through Arts) Foundation and the Symphony Women’s Association. She performs locally as a member both of the Tucson Symphony String Quartet and its Flute Trio, as well as nationally. She is a founding member of Daystar Chamber Players. Read more about Gendler here.
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What: Classical pianist Alexander Tentser and his wife Anna Gendler, a violinist with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra, will perform classical and romantic works by Mozart, Schumann, Mendelssohn and Chopin as a benefit concert for Interfaith Community Services (ICS).
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MEMBERS OF THE MEDIA: Dr. Tentser and Anna Gendler are available for interviews.

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