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Ms. Anne-Gaëlle Ravetto

Ms. Anne-Gaelle RavettoMs. Anne-Gaëlle Ravetto, a native of France, is a busy freelance violinist and teacher. She is teaching in the department on a part time basis and serves as a collaborative artist.

Prior to her arrival in Mississippi, she was on the violin faculty at the Hochstein School of Music, maintained a private teaching studio in Rochester, NY, and performed throughout western NY. Ms. Ravetto formerly held the position of assistant concertmaster of the Utica Symphony Orchestra, and was a member of the Erie Philharmonic. She performed regularly with the Rochester Oratorio Society, Air de Cour, the Kunde Chorale and the Rochester Broadway Theatre League. Ms. Ravetto was a Resident Artist of the Banff (Alberta) Centre of the Arts, and received her Master of Music degree from the Eastman School of Music.

 Before moving to the US, she held numerous faculty positions in her native country, including Professor of Violin at the National Music School of Le Havre and National Music School of Notre Dame de Gravenchon As a performer, Ms. Ravetto was active throughout France. Her credits include engagements with the Lyon Opera under Kent Nagano, the Orchestre Philharmonique des Pays de la Loire under Marc Soustrot, the Orchestre des Prix, and the Orchestre Colonne.




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