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  • Alice Gerbrecht
    Ms. Gerbrecht formerly danced with Ballet Theatre of Boston, Oregon Ballet Theatre, and Louisville Ballet Company. Her repertoire includes a wide range of classical and contemporary ballet. As an independent artist she has performed throughout North America and Asia and is an award winning choreographer. She served as Company Teacher and School Director of Louisville Ballet Company and has taught for Ballet BC, Ballet Theatre of Boston and Goh Ballet. After retiring from ballet performance, Ms. Gerbrecht joined Flamenco Rosario, with whom she still performs. She is a founding member of Ballet Productions Canada and is on the faculty of Pacific DanceArts, Centro Flamenco, and Coastal City Ballet.

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    Jon Kimura Parker
    One of the most sought-after performing pianists today, Jon Kimura Parker performed an unprecedented array of piano concertos in the 2010-2011 season, including Rachmaninoff No. 3, Brahms No. 2, Tchaikovsky No. 1, Barber, Gershwin, Beethoven No. 4, Beethoven “Emperor”, Grieg, and several by Mozart. A true Canadian ambassador of music, Mr. Parker has given command performances for Queen Elizabeth II, the United States Supreme Court, and the Prime Ministers of Canada and Japan. He is an Officer of The Order of Canada, his country's highest civilian honor. A committed educator, Jon Kimura Parker is Professor of Piano at The Shepherd School of Music at Rice University. He has lectured at The Juilliard School, The Steans Institute, New York University, and Yale University. Mr. Parker frequently brings music to public schools in informal concert presentations. His students have performed with major orchestras across the U.S.  Former student Jade Simmons recently brought the Tchaikovsky International Piano Competition to the world as their webcasting host. “Jackie” Parker studied with Edward Parker and Keiko Parker privately, Lee Kum-Sing at the Vancouver Academy of Music (1975-1977) and the University of British Columbia, Marek Jablonski at the Banff Centre, and Adele Marcus at The Juilliard School. He won the Gold Medal at the 1984 Leeds International Piano Competition.

    Jon Kimura Parker

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