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Rebecca Lynn Petersen

Executive DIrector

Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra

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Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra

130 W Superior St. Suite LL2

Duluth, Minnesota,55802

United States

Company Description

Since 1932, the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra has continually brought together the best talents of the region and beyond to create amazing experiences through music. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Personnel Manager

Fargo-Moorhead Opera Company


Education Program Manager

Artspace Projects Inc


Affiliations

Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra

Early Childhood Teacher, A Board Member


FMSymphony

Board of Trustees Member


FMSO Gallery

Board of Trustees Member


Education

BA degree

music

University of Vermont


degree

music

University of Vermont


Web References(55 Total References)


Board and Administration | Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra

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Rebecca Petersen - Executive Director


Minnesota Citizens for the Arts » Staff and Board

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Rebecca Petersen is an At-Large member from Duluth.
Rebecca is the Executive Director of the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra and a past MCA Board Chair. She is also an Early Childhood teacher, a board member of the Fargo Moorhead Symphony, and is a private violin and piano teacher. Petersen has also been involved with the Minnesota Alliance for Arts in Education, the MacPhail Center for the Arts, the Fergus Fall United Way, and the Courage Center. . A graduate of the University of Vermont with a degree in music, she has received the Sally Ordway Irvine Award, a Bush Fellowship and a Jerome Travel Study Grant.


Employment | Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra

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ATTN: Rebecca Petersen
130 W Superior St. Suite LL2, Duluth, MN 55802


Special Performances | Minnesota Ballet

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Rebecca Petersen - Most Interpretative
Executive Director, Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra


www.beaconpointeduluth.com

"There will be a chorus with around 150 members behind the whole symphony orchestra and also the Lake Superior Youth Chorus," said DSSO Executive Director Rebecca Lynn Petersen.
"They will be performing with us with this massive production that is amazing called Carmina Burana, by Carl Orff." Before this grand finale will be a piece by Respighi called Church Windows. The theme of this music is Biblical stories found on stained glass windows from around Italy. Rebecca mentions this is a good mix. There is the Respighi piece, which is not performed often, and the Orff piece which everyone can hum at least part of. "The hall will be filled with sounds of voices and instruments for the Carmina Burana part," said Rebecca. I think when you attend a chamber music event of any size it is a little more intimate," said Rebecca. "You can really see the expressions on the musicians' faces and get a sense of the music." They have had chamber music performances at churches and the Depot. At one event people commented that they could even hear the performers breathe. "So, I think you feel more in tune with the musicians musically and emotionally," said Rebecca. Rebecca encourages the public to attend more informal events like dress rehearsals.


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