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composer , Orchestra director

Nancy Pettersen Strelau, American orchestra director, composer. Recipient Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra Outstanding Teacher award, 1991. Member National Education Association, American String Teachers Association (music reviewer since 1986), Music Educators National Conference.

Background

Strelau, Nancy Pettersen was born on September 22, 1955 in Oak Park, Illinois, United States. Daughter of George A. and Margarie (Mogg) P.

Education

Bachelor of Music, Syracuse (New York ) University, 1977. Master of Music, University Miami, Florida, 1985.

Career

Teacher Pocatello (Idaho) Schools, 1977-1979, Logan, Utah, 1979-1980. Co-founder, teacher Community Music School, Bismarck, North Dakota, 1980-1983. Violinist Philharmonic Orchestra of Florida, Fort Lauderdale, 1985-1986.

String coordinator Penfield (New York ) Center School District, since 1991. Founder, conductor Greater Rochester Women's Philharmonic, since 1991. Conductor Hochstein Youth Orchestra, since 1992, Finger Lakes Symphony Orchestra, since 1993.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Composer (orchestra piece) Fantasy for Orchestra, 1985, Concerto for Double Bass, 1994, Fanfare for the Ryder Cup, 1995.

Membership

Member National Education Association, American String Teachers Association (music reviewer since 1986), Music Educators National Conference.

Connections

Married February 12, 1988.

father:
George A. P.

mother:
Margarie (Mogg) P.

spouse:
February 12