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KEVIN FITZ-GERALD enjoys a versatile performing career as recitalist, orchestra soloist, and chamber musician. His concert tours and performances have taken place in major concert halls, universities, and concert organizations throughout the United States, Canada, Japan, Australia, Europe, and South America. He has performed in venues including Carnegie Hall, The Mormon Tabernacle of Salt Lake City, Ottawa’s National Arts Centre, Toronto’s Roy Thompson Hall, Montreal’s Place des Arts, Osaka’s Izumi Hall, and Tokyo’s Suntory Hall.
He has appeared with several Canadian and American orchestras, including the Toronto Symphony, the Montreal Symphony, the Canadian Chamber Orchestra, the CBC Radio Orchestra, the Calgary Philharmonic, the Camerata of Los Angeles, the Utah Chamber Orchestra, and the Mormon Tabernacle Orchestra. Fitz-Gerald’s concerts have frequently been recorded for local, national, and international radio, and television networks in Canada, the U.S., Australia, Europe, South America, and Asia. He has recorded extensively for Summit, Quatro Corde, AFCM, and GM Records. In high demand as a chamber musician, he has collaborated with internationally renowned artists such as Patrick Gallois; Stephen Isserlis; Richard Stolzman; Alan Civil; Camilla Wicks; Midori; Eudice Shapiro; Milton Thomas; Karen Tuttle; Donald McInnes; Ronald Leonard; and the Bartók, St. Petersburg, and St. Lawrence string quartets.
Fitz-Gerald also enjoys an international reputation as a teacher, presenting masterclasses and lecture-symposiums throughout the world and serving as professor at the USC Thornton School of Music. He is also a regular visiting artist teacher at the Banff School of Fine Arts, a frequent masterclass teacher at the Colburn School for the Performing Arts in Los Angeles and the Aria International Summer Institute in Indiana, as well as visiting faculty at many other national and international music festivals and institutions throughout Canada and the U.S.