Kimberly Fredenburgh is the Principal Viola with The New Mexico Philharmonic and is also Associate Professor of Viola at the University of New Mexico.
She was previously Associate Principal Viola of the Phoenix Symphony and taught on the faculty at Arizona State University.
has performed in Carnegie Hall and has served as principal viola in the New World Symphony (Miami, FL).
has performed as a recitalist in Canada, Mexico, Portugal, Spain, Brazil,Puerto Rico, Germany, Monaco, Argentina and across the United States.
will appear as soloist in Capetown, South Africa in March.
was originally a hunter/ jumper rider, competing in big equitation classes as a teenager in New York.
She was also the captain of the national champion 4-H Horse Quiz Bowl Team.
While attending college she was captain of the SUNY Stonybrook Inter-collegiate show jumping team.
moved to Florida, she
continued to ride jumpers in the Wellington area.
moved to Phoenix in 1994 she
has two young sons, but still makes time to ride regularly.
has been riding dressage actively in New Mexico for the past 10 years, on a variety of horses some of which she
is currently showing her
large TB gelding Romeo at 2nd level, and hopes to compete at 3rd level once she
can sit his
medium trot . She
also has a young Westphalian filly by Festrausch, who will hopefully be a dressage horse someday.
will appear as the soloist with the New Mexico Philharmonic
in Popejoy Hall on February 22 in the beautiful Willam Walton Viola Concert.