Victoria Fischer Faw
Victoria Fischer Faw pursues a many-faceted musical career as a performer, teacher, adjudicator, researcher, writer and lecturer. Her long-term involvement with the music of Bartók has put her in demand around the world for her expertise and theories about performance practice in his music. She is the author of several publications about Bartók’s music, and appears regularly in national and international forums as performer and scholar. She was first-place winner in 1990 of the International Bartók-Kabalevsky Piano Competition. Fischer received her musical education at Centenary College of Louisiana, the Universities of Texas at Austin and North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and at the Conservatory of Vienna, Austria., and now holds the position of Professor of Music at Elon University in North Carolina. Her teachers include Constance Knox Carroll, Donald Rupert, Danielle Martin, David Renner, Ann Schein, Elliott Antokoletz and Amanda Vick Lethco.
Musicians for Recording Session at Elon University:
Victoria Fischer Faw - Piano