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Peter Wentworth Bucknell (born 1967) is an Australian-born classical violist and filmmaker[1] residing in Manhattan in the United States. Contents 1 Performance 2 Background 3 Discography 4 See also 5 References 6 External links Performance Peter Bucknell has been a soloist with Apollo's Fire, the Los Angeles Baroque Orchestra, Les Concerts du Monde, Los Angeles Musica Viva, and the Geminiani Chamber Orchestra (named for Francesco Geminiani). Bucknell performed the Australian premiere, broadcast live by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, of Chaconne for Viola and Orchestra by Michael Colgrass. As a member of the award-winning Quatuor Danel (Danel Quartet), specialising in the string quartets of Dmitri Shostakovich, Bucknell has performed at Wigmore Hall, at La Grange de Meslay in the Loire Valley (Tours), in many other European halls, and on Radio France. During a tour with the Stradivari Sextet, Bucknell played the "Mahler Stradivarius."[2] Peter Bucknell has performed with the Raw Fish quartet at the George Crumb Festival in New York, in concerts in Taiwan and La Jolla and at the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, playing George Crumb's Black Angels[3] and Steve Reich's Different Trains. He is a founding member of the New York Harp Trio. Background In 1992, Bucknell (then aged twenty-five) won the Auckland, New Zealand International Viola Congress Competition and the Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Award. In 1996, one of his Quartets won the Interpretation Prize in the Osaka International Chamber Music Competition.[4] He studied in Melbourne at the Victorian College of the Arts with Nathan Gutman and Marco van Pagee; in Los Angeles, California with world-famous violist and teacher[5] Donald McInness; in Siena, Italy at the Accademia Musicale Chigiana with Yuri Bashmet; and in Cologne, Germany with Rainer Moog,[6] a student of Walter Trampler at the Juilliard School, the principal violist of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra under Herbert von Karajan and one of the few violists with a successful career as a soloist.[7] Bucknell holds a Bachelor of Economics and Commerce degree from the University of Melbourne and a Doctor of Music degree from the State University of New York at Stony Brook where he studied with the highly respected violinist and professor[8] Mitchell Stern. Bucknell was for several years Assistant Professor of viola at the Crane School of Music, State University of New York at Potsdam.[9] Peter Bucknell is the son[10] of Tasmanian-born painter Toni Bucknell[11] Toni Bucknell of Melbourne, Australia. He is married to Israeli-born mezzo-soprano Rinat Shaham.[12] Discography Recent releases include two chamber music CDs on the classical music label, Musica Omnia, with the Atlantis Trio and the Atlantis Ensemble: Felix Mendelssohn's Piano trio No. 1, Op.49 and Piano sextet, Op. 110[13] Robert Schumann's Piano Quintet Op. 44, Franz Schubert's Trout Quintet and song "Die Forelle."[14] (Eighth release in "The Romantics" series.) See also Early music Baroque music Historically informed performance References ^ Peter Bucknell. "Peter Bucknell at TurnHere Filmmakers". TurnHereFilmmakers.com. http://www.turnherefilmmakers.com/filmmakers/Pete_Bucknell/.  ^ Rice University concert program. "Italian Treasures: October 9, 2001". Houston Early Music. http://www.houstonearlymusic.org/hemarchive/archive/2001/rebel.htm.  ^ Andante: Everything Classical. "Crumb Festival, September 29, 2002, Raw Fish: Black Mass: Black Angels, Images I". Andante.com. http://www.andante.com/article/article.cfm?id=19062.  ^ Violinists Directory. "Peter Bucknell". Violinist.com. http://www.violinist.com/directory/bio.cfm?member=petiepoo77.  ^ Allan M. Lee. "Donald McInnes Biography". The Viola Web Site. http://www.viola.com/teachers/mcinnes.html.  ^ Rainer Moog on the French Wikipédia. ^ Close Encounters With Music. "Rainer Moog". Artist Biographies, cewm.org. http://www.cewm.org/aboutartist.html.  ^ Sounds For All Seasons. "Professor Mitchell Stern". sunysb.edu. http://naples.cc.sunysb.edu/CAS/music.nsf/pages/stern.  ^ Dr. Peter Bucknell. "Viola Technique". aol.com. http://members.aol.com/petiepoo77/Technique.html.  ^ Toni Bucknell. "Toni Bucknell, artist". blogspot.com. http://tonibucknell.blogspot.com/.  ^ Red Gallery Contemporary Art Space. "The 2 π r Artists". redgallery.com. http://www.redgallery.com.au/2005Invites/2005Show07.htm.  ^ Rinat Shaham. "Singin'rin: Opera life and beyond". blogspot.com. http://rinatsha2005.blogspot.com/.  ^ Musica Omnia, Inc. "The Atlantis Trio & Ensemble: Mendelssohn". MusicaOmnia.org. http://www.musicaomnia.org/mendelssohn.asp.  ^ Musica Omnia, Inc. "The Atlantis Ensemble: Schumann and Schubert.". MusicaOmnia.org. http://www.musicaomnia.org/artist-atlantis_trio.asp.  External links Peter Bucknell, Melbourne University Alumni Profile Peter Bucknell - New York Harp Trio History of la Grange de Meslay Dame Joan Sutherland Award Article by the American Australian Association. Musica Omnia Osaka International Chamber Music Competition Persondata Name Bucknell, Peter Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1967 Place of birth Date of death Place of death