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Ms. Jessica Mathaes

Violinist

Austin Symphony

HQ Phone: (512) 476-6064

Austin Symphony

1101 Red River

Austin, Texas 78701

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

American Violinist
Qualiton Imports Ltd

Affiliations

Member
Berliner Philharmoniker

Education

Concert Master
violin

degrees
violin and viola performance
Rice University

performance degrees

Rice University

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Musicians | About | Austin Symphony

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Jessica Mathaes, Concertmaster - The Dr. & Mrs. Ernest C. Butler Concertmaster Chairbio


Bios | Musicians | About | Austin Symphony

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Jessica Mathaes, concertmaster

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Jessica Mathaes
Hailed as "something to behold" by the Village Voice, award-winning violinist Jessica Mathaes enjoys a multifaceted career as a soloist, recording artist, educator and concertmaster of the Austin Symphony. Ms. Mathaes has appeared as a soloist with orchestras throughout the United States, and has toured Europe several times. Her debut CD, Suites and Sweets, was released on the Centaur label in 2009 to critical acclaim in Fanfare, Audiophile Audition, and MusicWeb International (UK) among others. She also appears regularly in recital across the country, and her interpretation of Korngold's Much Ado About Nothing was featured in 2010 on Performance Today in a segment highlighting music based on the works of William Shakespeare.
Ms. Mathaes was appointed concertmaster of the Austin Symphony in 2005, becoming the youngest person to occupy the chair and the first woman concertmaster in the symphony's 100-year history. The Austin Chronicle selected her debut as featured soloist with the orchestra as one of the "Top 10 classical music wonders of 2007," declaring her "a master of the Khachaturian Violin Concerto. A champion of new music, she has premiered works of numerous composers such as Pierre Jalbert, Paul Reale, Andrew McKenna Lee, and the thrice Pulitzer-nominated composer and Austin Symphony bassist P. Kellach Waddle. In 2010 Ms. Mathaes was invited to perform a solo recital in New York City featuring multiple world premieres written for her by composers of the Random Access Music Composer's Collective.
Ms. Mathaes has conducted master classes at universities across the United States, and has served on the faculty of the Hot Springs Music Festival and the International Festival-Institute at Round Top. Originally from Omaha, Nebraska, she made her orchestral solo debut at age 16, performing Saint-Saëns Violin Concerto No. 3.


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Jessica Mathaes, concertmaster

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Jessica Mathaes
Hailed as "something to behold" by the Village Voice, award-winning violinist Jessica Mathaes enjoys a multifaceted career as a soloist, recording artist, educator and concertmaster of the Austin Symphony. Ms. Mathaes has appeared as a soloist with orchestras throughout the United States, and has toured Europe several times. Her debut CD, Suites and Sweets, was released on the Centaur label in 2009 to critical acclaim in Fanfare, Audiophile Audition, and MusicWeb International (UK) among others. She also appears regularly in recital across the country, and her interpretation of Korngold's Much Ado About Nothing was featured in 2010 on Performance Today in a segment highlighting music based on the works of William Shakespeare.
Ms. Mathaes was appointed concertmaster of the Austin Symphony in 2005, becoming the youngest person to occupy the chair and the first woman concertmaster in the symphony's 100-year history. The Austin Chronicle selected her debut as featured soloist with the orchestra as one of the "Top 10 classical music wonders of 2007," declaring her "a master of the Khachaturian Violin Concerto. A champion of new music, she has premiered works of numerous composers such as Pierre Jalbert, Paul Reale, Andrew McKenna Lee, and the thrice Pulitzer-nominated composer and Austin Symphony bassist P. Kellach Waddle. In 2010 Ms. Mathaes was invited to perform a solo recital in New York City featuring multiple world premieres written for her by composers of the Random Access Music Composer's Collective.
Ms. Mathaes has conducted master classes at universities across the United States, and has served on the faculty of the Hot Springs Music Festival and the International Festival-Institute at Round Top. Originally from Omaha, Nebraska, she made her orchestral solo debut at age 16, performing Saint-Saëns Violin Concerto No. 3.


Houston Music Concerts in Houston, Scholarships for Young Musicians, Houston Young Artist’s Concert :: Quotes

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Jessica Mathaes Violinist, Concertmaster Austin Symphony


Austin Entertainment Guide - Theatre, Plays, Festivals and Concerts

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Messiaen Quartet for the End of Time and Brahms Piano Quartet in C Minor with Austin Symphony Principal Musicians Jessica Mathaes, violin; Douglas Harvey, cello; Bruce Williams, viola; Stephen Girko, clarinet & Michelle Schumann, piano

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