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Amanda Friedman

Horn, fellowship sudent


Amanda Friedman began her musical studies at age nine playing french horn.  She quickly discovered a passion for performance with the Jacksonville Symphony Youth Orchestra, and eventually attended and graduated from Interlochen Arts Academy.  Amanda just recently graduated with a Bachelors of Music in Horn Performance from Eastman School of Music and will be continuing her studies as a graduate student at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts.  During her studies at Eastman School of Music, Amanda performed with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra as a part of a premier of a piece composed by Jeff Beal. She also performed as a part of the Eastman Faculty Octet with notable faculty such as Peter Kurau, James Thompson, and Herb Smith. 

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