Cellist Christine Lamprea and Pianist Daniel Anastasio

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October 10, 2017 at 2 p.m.

Christine Lamprea, cello & Daniel Anastasio, piano

Hailed a “firebrand who held nothing back, but possessed the underlying discipline to make all the risks pay off…she seemed to relish the materiality of sound production” (Incident Light) and noted for her “supreme panache and charming effortless phrasing” (The Boston Musical Intelligencer), Colombian-American cellist Christine Lamprea was the First Prize winner of both the 2013 Schadt National String and 2013 Sphinx competitions. She has also received awards from the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts and the Young Texas Artist Competition. Lamprea has appeared as soloist with the Costa Rica National Symphony, Houston Symphony, New Jersey Symphony, Detroit Symphony and San Antonio Symphony, and toured with the Sphinx Virtuosi across the U.S., in such venues as Carnegie Hall and The Kennedy Center.  

Christine came to San Antonio with her family when she was seven, and started playing the cello in the fifth grade. She joined Youth Orchestras of San Antonio and then studied with Ken Freudigman, the principal cellist of the SA Symphony.  She graduated from TMI and then studied with Bonnie Hampton at The Juilliard School. She holds a Master’s degree from the New England Conservatory, where she studied with Natasha Brofsky.

Daniel Anastasio’s performance of Beethoven’s 3rd Piano Concerto was “the highlight to everyone’s ears, if the full-house standing ovation were any indication” (ECM Reviews). Anastasio has performed at Yellow Barn and Tanglewood musical festivals, Cornell’s Mayfest, Marywood and Columbus State Universities, and National Sawdust (Brooklyn), with an upcoming performance at Carnegie's Weill Hall (NYC). He directs blueprints piano series with pianist Erika Dohi. Living in New York, he is completing his Doctorate of Musical Arts at Stony Brook University; he received his Bachelor of Arts from Cornell University and Masters of Music from Julliard.

 Growing up in San Antonio and studying under Rebecca Wilcox, Anastasio also joined YOSA and was winner of the Tuesday Musical Club’s “Bowman” Award, and student leader of the club’s Junior division. He also won San Antonio Symphony’s “Future Stars” concerto competition. He has performed with the Mid-Texas Symphony, Musical Bridges, Olmos Ensemble, and outreach concerts at San Antonio schools and Haven for Hope.



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