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STEPHANIE VIAL

The cellist Stephanie Vial performs a broad repertoire on both modern and period instruments. She holds a D.M.A in Historical Performance Practice from Cornell University and is involved in research into eighteenth-century musical punctuation, for publication by the University of Rochester Press Eastman Studies in Music. She has appeared with such groups as the Apollo Ensemble, Arcovoce, the Washington Bach Consort, the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra, Publick Musick, and Les Violons du Roy, and has recorded for CBC Radio, Dorian and Centaur Records. She teaches at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as a member of the adjunct faculty, and at Duke University, where she directs the Instrumental Collegium Musicum.
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Role: Classical Artist 
Album Title
Catalogue No  Work Category 
QUANTZ: Flute Sonatas Naxos
8.555064
Chamber Music





 
 
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