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Mary Horozaniecki

Mary Horozaniecki

  • Senior Lecturer in Violin and Viola, Music

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MARY BUDD HOROZANIECKI (Violin, Viola)  is well known as a dynamic performer and dedicated teacher. She is also teaches at Macalester and Augsburg Colleges in Minnesota.  Mary is frequently invited to present master classes, recitals and lectures throughout the United States and Canada. Some of her invited venues have included, The Ohio State University, The University of Nebraska, The University of Iowa, the Crane School of Music, SUNY, Potsdam, the University of Manitoba, the University of Central Florida, the String Academy at Indiana University and the "Violin Celebration" at Concordia College in Minnesota along with Jorja Fleezanis (Indiana University) and Karl Paulnack (The Boston Conservatory). She has presented at the national conference for the American String Teachers Association on four occasions.   James Reel wrote about her work in an article for Strings magazine, 2006, entitled, “Vertical Climb”. The Minnesota Chapter of this organization awarded her the Master Teacher Award in 1993.  Ms. Horozaniecki was educated at Indiana University where she studied with Josef Gingold. She won two fellowships to study at the Blossom Festival School and spent five summers at the Meadowmount School. Her mentors also include Margaret Pardee and Menahem Pressler. Ms. Horozaniecki is the violinist for the Chiarina Piano Quartet and the Lowry Hill Chamber Players.  She is recorded on Centaur and Inscape labels. Further information can be found on her website:

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