Interview with Vincent Fuh, Madison, Wisconsin

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Vincent Fuh
Vincent Fuh (Madison, Wisconsin)

Vincent Fuh, an active pianist in the Madison classical and jazz communities since 1983, has appeared with the Madison Symphony Orchestra, Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra, Bach Dancing Dynamite Society, Oakwood Chamber Players, Sound Ensemble Wisconsin, Madison Chamber Choir, Madison Choral Project, LunART Festival, Fresco Opera, and Opera for the Young. Since 1997, he has toured extensively with Opera for the Young, an arts outreach organization dedicated to encouraging student participation in fully staged operas at schools throughout the Midwest. Crossing genres, he was pianist and writer/arranger for salsa band Madisalsa and Afro-Cuban quintet El Clan Destino. He joined University of Wisconsin School of Music professors on five CDs, three with Mark Hetzler (trombone), one each with Marc Vallon (bassoon) and Tom Curry (tuba). His other CD collaborations include Laura Medisky (oboe), Patrick Hines (horn), Matthew Onstad (trumpet), Thomas Pfotenhauer (trumpet), and Charles Tibbets (horn).

Interviewed by Raquel Paraíso, 09/18/2020.
Raquel Paraíso
Music; United States; Covid-19 Pandemic
Madison, Wisconsin
Musicians in America during the Covid-19 Pandemic
Society for Ethnomusicology

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