De Ann Letourneau

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    With NSA Since:

    • 2010

    Instrument

    • Violin

    Teaches

    • Chamber Music

    De Ann Letourneau, violin

    Faculty

    De Ann Letourneau, Violinist, is the Concertmaster of the Las Vegas Philharmonic, a member of the Celine Dion Orchestra, founding member of Virtuosi West, a classical chamber ensemble, and Vertext 3, a new electronica ensemble mixing edgy, percussive, and contemporary music manipulated by DJ/Composer Aaron Ramsey. She has appeared as guest artist with many orchestras including the Milwaukee Symphony, Las Vegas Philharmonic, National Arts Chamber Orchestra (Chicago), Duluth-Superior Symphony, Green Bay Symphony, Contemporary Arts Ensemble of Ohio.  She has also been a featured guest on several TV, Radio interviews and concerts including: Fox 5, Channel 13 “Morning Blend”, KNPR FM, National Public Radio, WQXR FM New York and Wisconsin Public Radio.  She has performed on many TV specials including Carrie Underwood, Kelly Clarkson Christmas Special, the Billboard Award shows, Country Music Awards, Latin Grammy’s and many others.  Enjoying all facets of music making, she recorded her first non-classical solo writing with Frankie Moreno on his album “Uku-Latte”.  She was awarded the “Women of Distinction in the Arts in Southern Nevada” and a Lifetime Achievement Award for her work with building awareness for classical music in Las Vegas. She is an avid spokesperson for the Arts, dedicated to bringing her knowledge to young artists and believes strongly in giving back to the community. De Ann is part of the Chamber Music faculty at the Nevada School of the Arts.