Robert Stallman, soloist, has established an international career of many facets. Solo performances include the American Symphony, Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra, Strings of the Philadelphia Orchestra, Netherlands Chamber Orchestra, and the Royal Philharmonic, aas well as recitals at Carnegie Hall, Boston's Symphony Hall, and other major venues.
Founder of the Marblehead Music Festival, aired for years on PBS, he has been a guest of the Muir, Mendelssohn, and Orion quartets, and the chamber series of Lincoln Center (NYC), Musique á Cimiez (France), the Kuhmo Festival (Finland), and Suntory Hall (Tokyo).
His teaching credits indlude NEC, Académie Internationale, Domaine Forget, and Montreal Conservatoire. He has created 30 editions for International Music, Schott, and G. Schirmer, and recorded 12 solo discs on VAI Audio, ASV, and other labels.
His honors include NEC's highest prize, a Fulbright Grant to Paris, and NEA solo Recitalist Grant, and three Who's Who lisitings: Music, Entertainment, and American Education.
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