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Wimberley Concert Association


Thursday, February 12, 2004
at 7:30 PM
Chapel in the Hills
Wimberley, Texas


Timothy Woolsey is not only a consummate concert pianist, he is also a fascinating musical educator. Before each selection he performs, Woolsey shares with the audience delightful insights and observations about the piece and the composer that make the listening infinitely more enjoyable. In fact, his performances are so well loved that the Wimberley Concert Association has asked him to return for the 20th consecutive year to perform in its 2003/2004 concert series. 

Continuing his active career, including over 100 performances and master classes around the world during the past several years, Woolsey was invited to teach and perform twice last year in Lima, Peru. In recent years Woolsey has performed solo recitals at the Phillips Collection and the National Gallery of Art (both broadcast to audiences of 75,000 in the Washington D.C. area), given a lecture-recital on the 18th-century forte piano at the Texas Music Teachers Association Convention, and given a lecture-recital on the piano music of Alexander Scriabin at the MTNA National Convention in Little Rock.

He has also performed with the East Texas Symphony, at Shatin City Hall in Hong Kong, and at many colleges and universities in Texas and throughout the United States. His solo programs include works he has commissioned from leading Texas composers, and he recently recorded these works for Centaur Records.

He is currently Professor of Piano at Texas State University, where he has been nominated by the School of Fine Arts for the University's Teaching Excellence Award four times, and in 1988 he was one of three finalists selected for this award out of a faculty of over 700. In 1993 he was selected by the Texas Music Teachers Association as Collegiate Teacher of the Year.

He holds the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Texas at Austin where he studied with John Perry. He also studied with Anne Koscielny at the Hartt School of Music and has coached with many other eminent teachers including Frank Mannheimer, Lilian Kallir, and Roy Hamlin Johnson. In addition, he has studied with Malcolm Bilson, the world-renowned fortepianist.

Tickets are $5 each for adults. Children are admitted free with a supervising adult. Students are admitted free. So join the Wimberley Concert Association at Chapel in the Hills (14601 Ranch Road 12, across from the Dairy Queen) in Wimberley, Thursday, February 12th, at 7:30 PM for an evening of world-class musical entertainment.

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