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Early Music Skills & Interests
Other Bowed Strings, Rebec, Vielle, Viola, Viola D'Amore, Violin
Early Music Affiliations
Andrew Hatfield has been performing throughout the United States and abroad for over 10 years as a violinist and violist, appearing on stages as a soloist, chamber musician, and orchestral player with both modern and period instruments. He holds a Master of Music and Doctorate of Musical Arts (ABD) in modern performance from Michigan State University, and is a current DMA student in Early Music and Historical Performance Practices at Case Western Reserve University, where he is a student of Julie Andrijeski. Other teachers and masterclass appearances include Allison Monroe, Cynthia Roberts, Andrew Fouts, Marilyn McDonald, Elizabeth Blumenstock, Susanne Scholz, Lindsey Strand-Polyak, Jane Starkman, and Alana Youssefian.
Recent engagements include performance with CWRU Baroque Ensembles at the Cleveland Museum of Art, Early Music Singers and Renaissance Ensembles with Bruce Dickey at the Maltz Performing Arts Center, and an unaccompanied recital at Marywood University featuring medieval, renaissance, baroque, and 21st-century music on a variety of historical string instruments. Andrew performs on a 2001 Francesco Toto violin with modern bows by Anthony DiMambro and Rodney Mohr, and period bows by Anthony DiMambro, Kate Buehler-McWilliams, and David Hawthorne. Currently, he plays a rebec by Kate Buehler-McWilliams and a vielle by Karl Dennis, on loan from Case Western Reserve University.
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