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265 Peachtree Center Ave.
Christian Howes String Productions provides affordable string arrangements and remote, online string recording for albums, commercials, films, video games, and more. We also provide remote tracking of other instruments, score preparation, orchestration, transc... more.
Chair of Strings Studio
High-School Music Teacher
Waldorf School in Lexington , Massachusetts
Wide-Eyed Young Player
University of California/Santa Cruz University
Muir String Quartet
John Wiley & Sons , Inc.
University of California
Bachelor of Music degree with honors
University of Michigan , Ann Arbor
Antioch New England Graduate School
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Lucy Chapman, the head of our string department, has not only personally taught many of our best improvisational string players of all backgrounds, but initiated the formation of improvisation ensembles for NEC's classical musicians so that they could become more versatile.
From my point of view as chair of Contemporary Improvisation, I consider it ESSENTIAL for all of our string players (along with all singers and instrumentalists) to learn technique that allows them to express the many voices one can express through an instrument. I am delighted to say that, over the years, our CI majors have studied with many of our top classical string faculty, including Lucy Chapman, Nicholas Kitchen, James Buswell, Natasha Brofsky, Larry Lesser, Martha Katz, Robert Brink, and the late Eric Rosenblith, Michelle AuClaire and Masuko Ushioda.
Lucy Chapman, Violinist, while widely sought after as a chamber musician, has had a varied career that spans many musical worlds.
She has had solo and chamber music concerts throughout the USA and in Europe, Korea and Japan. Chapman teaches violin and chamber music at New England Conservatory, where she serves as Chair of String Department. She is a former faculty member of the University of California/Santa Cruz, Boston and Harvard Universities. During the past eight summers she has been on the faculty of Kneisel Hall in Blue Hill, Maine. She is a graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music where she studied with Arnold Steinhardt of the Guarneri Quartet; her other principal teachers include Dorothy Delay and Marc Gottlieb. Ms. Chapman also earned a Masters in Education from the Antioch New England Graduate School, where she specialized in Waldorf Education.
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This all J.S. Bach CD features live performances by soprano Hyunah Yu, mezzo soprano Julie Boulianne, violinists Theodore Arm and Lucy Chapman Stoltzman, harpsichordist Elizabeth Metcalfe, and flutists Karen Kevra and Kenichi Ueda.
Project STEP | Alumni
Aurélie Théramène (2011), violin, studied with Lucy Chapman at the New England Conservatory while in Project STEP and is now attending Princeton University.
Lucy Chapman, violin
Violinist Lucy Chapman is chair of New England Conservatory's strings studio faculty. She has performed throughout the USA, Europe, Korea and Japan. Chapman is a former faculty member of the University of California/Santa Cruz, Boston and Harvard Universities. During the past eight summers she has been on the faculty of Kneisel Hall in Blue Hill, Maine. Ms. Vandiver has coached chamber music extensively with Paul Katz, Lucy Chapman, Pamela Frank, Anner Bylsma, and members of the St. Lawrence, Mendelssohn, Miami, St. Petersburg, and the Juilliard String quartets.