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Owning the Piece: A Composer’s View of Writing Commissions

By Carl Strommen | November 5, 2019 |

Below’s blog is based on an interview conducted by Worldstrides/Heritage in 2015 with composer…

An Eye for the Detail

By Chris Thompson | October 29, 2019 |

Rehearsing the ensemble, or smaller groups within the ensemble, can serve many ends. The…

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Why Improvisation? An Approach to the Art of Improv

By Jason Taurins | October 7, 2019 |

In my experience, many musicians, especially those of us with a background in classical…

Isle of Skye: An Old Tune Reimagined

By Michael J. Miller | September 24, 2019 |

Skye Isle is located in the Inner Hebrides archipelago on Scotland’s west coast where…

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Diana Traietta studied Music Education and Violin Performance at Marywood University in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Mrs. Traietta has performed with such Orchestras as the Newburgh Symphony Orchestra of Newburgh, New York, Marywood University Symphony Orchestra, Piedmont Symphony in Warrenton, Virginia and the Atoka String Quartet in Fauquier County. Diana started her music education in New York state attending Monticello Central Schools. There she began her musical journey under the direction of excellent teachers including Nancy Wegrzyn, Martin Banner, and Ann Trombley among others. She currently teaches all levels of string instruments and oversee two non-profit String Youth Orchestras in Virginia. In her limited free time she enjoys playing her violin, riding her horses, gardening and baking!

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