Live Oak Concerts
Matthew Owens - cello


Three Waltzes by Matthew Owens - solo cello
1. Childhood
2. Lovers
3. The Last Waltz

Recorded as part of the Live Oak Concerts series at the
Berkeley Art Center in Berkeley CA
May 21, 2003

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Biographical notes:
Matthew Owens, whose diverse achievements have earned him critical acclaim from critics and colleagues alike, began his serious study of 'cello at the age of eighteen, in Berkeley, with renowned 'cello pedagogue Margaret Rowell. He studied on scholarship at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and the Juilliard School, later studying with Irene Sharp and Bonnie Hampton. Soon after graduating, he became principal 'cellist of the Santa Rosa Symphony under maestro Corrick Brown and began a recital career that has taken him in ever-widening circles around the world.

Matthew Owens, Cello, Live Oak Concerts Matthew Owens, Cello, Live Oak Concerts

Chamber music at the BERKELEY ART CENTER

Live Oak Concerts was an ongoing, year-round series of classical music concerts featuring many of the best and emerging musicians from the greater Bay Area, and from around the country and abroad. The concert series presents an average of thirty concerts per year. The superb acoustics of the gallery of the Berkeley Art Center has proven to be a jewel for the presentation of live classical music. Cable Television Series...

Live Oak Concerts
Many of these performances were viewed on Berkeley Cable Access Television.

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