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Edward Gazouleas occupies the Boston Symphony Orchestra's Lois and Harlan Anderson viola chair, and teaches classes on orchestral repertory for violists at NEC.
During the introductory year of NEC's Entrepreneurial Musicianship curriculum, Gazouleas co-designed and is teaching one section of the course INT351, "The Entrepreneurial Musician."
An active recitalist and chamber music player, Gazouleas has appeared recently with the Boston Artists’ Ensemble, Boston Symphony Chamber Players, and the new music group Collage. He was a member of the Pittsburgh Symphony under Lorin Maazel, and has performed with members of the Muir, Lydian, and Audubon quartets. He was a prize winner at the Eighth International String Quartet Competition in Evian, France.
Attended Yale University; graduate of the Curtis Institute. Studies with Michael Tree and Karen Tuttle. Also faculty of Boston University College of Fine Arts and the Tanglewood Music Center. Former faculty of Temple University and Wellesley College.
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