I just came across the nice advertisement you gave me on your blogspot page. Thank you!! I can actually give you an updated version of my bio, which I've attached to this e-mail. Your page looks great. Thanks again for the mention.
See you soon,
Ron Fabbro received both Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees in piano performance from the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he studied with Larry Graham and Angela Cheng. As a fellowship student at Rice University, he received a Doctor of Musical Arts degree under the tutelage of John Perry. Dr. Fabbro has performed at the Aspen Music Festival, Sarasota Music Festival, Boulder Bach Festival, Cascade Music Festival, Colorado Mozart Festival, and the Idyllwild Arts Academy in Idyllwild, California. He has coached with Robert Levin, James Buswell, Christopher Elton, James Dunham, Ralph Votapek, and has performed in concert with internationally renowned violinist Frank Huang. Frequently in demand as an adjudicator and master class clinician, he has judged competitions nationally and was most recently invited to give master classes at Marylhurst University and for the Oregon Music Teachers Association. National competition prizes include top honors at the Fort Collins Symphony National Young Artist Competition, Young Pianists Competition, MTNA Wurlitzer Collegiate Artist Competition, and the Lee Piano Competition. Concerto performances include those with the Denver Philharmonic Orchestra, Fort Collins Symphony, Grand Junction Symphony, Colorado University Orchestra, and the Grand Junction Youth Symphony. Dr. Fabbro has taught on the faculties of Lee College, the University of Texas at San Antonio Summer Music Institute, and currently teaches at the University of Portland.
Still impressive, Ron. Send me a new picture when you have one.