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The Victoria Piano Trio is a philanthropic chamber ensemble dedicated to serving charitable and nonprofit organizations through benefit concerts and events. Our fundraising partnerships have included Habitat for Humanity, Quality of Life Retreats, the Gordon Center for the Performing Arts, and P.E.O. International.

 

Collectively, the members of the Victoria Piano Trio have performed on four continents in ten countries:

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Dave Foley has performed concerts in Germany, France, Italy, Austria, Russia and the former USSR.  He has twice been part of a cultural exchange with the Moscow Conservatory where he performed concerts in Moscow and Tambov and recorded a broadcast for Russian Radio. He has been a prize-winner in numerous competitions, including the Durham Symphony, North Carolina School of the Arts, and UNCSA International Music Program concerto competitions, and he was awarded first prize in the Bartok-Kabalevsky International Piano Competition.  He has studied with Mary-Louise Hallauer, Eric Larsen, Claude Frank and Sony recording artist Robert McDonald.  Dave serves as the Minister of Music and Discipleship at the Linden-Linthicum United Methodist Church and is the Director of A# Piano Studio in Howard County.  Most recently, David performed two newly discovered songs by composer Louis Talma at the Library of Congress and as a composer has had three choral anthems and one solo piano piece published by Hope Publishing Company and Lorenz Publishing.Dave Foley has performed concerts in Germany, France, Italy, Austria, Russia and the former USSR.  He has twice been part of a cultural exchange with the Moscow Conservatory where he performed concerts in Moscow and Tambov and recorded a broadcast for Russian Radio. He has been a prize-winner in numerous competitions, including the Durham Symphony, North Carolina School of the Arts, and UNCSA International Music Program concerto competitions, and he was awarded first prize in the Bartok-Kabalevsky International Piano Competition.  He has studied with Mary-Louise Hallauer, Eric Larsen, Claude Frank and Sony recording artist Robert McDonald.  Dave serves as the Minister of Music and Discipleship at the Linden-Linthicum United Methodist Church and is the Director of A# Piano Studio in Howard County.  Most recently, David performed two newly discovered songs by composer Louis Talma at the Library of Congress and as a composer has had three choral anthems and one solo piano piece published by Hope Publishing Company and Lorenz Publishing.

 

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Melissa Hullman performs with orchestral and chamber ensembles spanning several genres, from her classical roots to tango and jazz, and has been invited to share the stage at such diverse venues as the Kennedy Center, Canadian Music Week, The World Bank, Carnegie Mellon University,  Baltimore's Creative Alliance, the historic Fundacion Orquestra Sinfonica de Juvenile (Bogota), and Brooklyn's Jalopy Theatre.  She has performed on recordings featuring composer Jonathan Leshnoff, Americana songwriter Caleb Stine, Montreal indie folk band Frank Feutre, and singer/songwriter Ellen Cherry. Her musical collaborations include tango with Venezuelan pianist Cesar Orozco, chamber jazz with pianist Marc Irwin, and Indian music with tabla maestro Debu Nyack. As an orchestral musician, she has premiered and performed new works in performances with Inscape Chamber Orchestra and the Ann Arbor Symphony, and as a young violinist was a member of the York Symphony Orchestra. She performs regularly as a duo with her husband, cellist Doug Jameson. A dedicated teacher, she has served on the violin and viola faculty of the Peabody Institute, and has given presentations in the US and abroad, including sessions at the American String Teacher's Association National Conference, and masterclasses at the Peabody Preparatory, the Music School of Delaware, the International Suzuki Festival in Lima, Peru, and the International Music Festival in Bogota, Colombia.  Ms. Hullman holds a Bachelor of Music in Violin Performance from the University of Michigan, and a Master of Music in Violin/Pedagogy from the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University. More information is available at melissahullman.com

 

 

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Doug Jameson is the Principal Cellist of the Prince George's Philharmonic, and performs with the Inscape Chamber Orchestra and the Victoria Piano Trio. Doug has performed internationally with the Singapore Symphony and the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory Orchestra, and toured China extensively with the Mantovani Orchestra. He has played with Bernadette Peters and Sheena Easton, for the Vice President, and he was featured in the opening to ESPN's Sunday Night Football. A sought after orchestral musician, Mr. Jameson has performed with the Annapolis Symphony, Baltimore Chamber Orchestra, Harrisburg Symphony, Concert Artists of Baltimore, Apollo Orchestra, Mid-Atlantic Symphony, Kennedy Center Gospel Choir Orchestra, Bach in Baltimore, New Orchestra of Washington, Washington Summer Opera, and with opera and chamber ensembles at the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, Hippodrome Theater, Corcoran Gallery, Artscape, and the National Gallery of Art.

Doug records with Inscape for the Dorian Sono Luminus label, including for their critically acclaimed releases American Aggregate and Sprung Rhythm, the latter of which was nominated for a Grammy Award. Doug has performed numerous world premiers with Inscape, as well as with the Baltimore Rock Opera Society, the Great Noise Ensemble, and at the Next/Now Festival and New Voices Festival.

Doug received his Bachelors and Masters degrees in Cello Performance from the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University. He is the Director of Strings at the Park School, where he also teaches composition and studio production. Doug serves as the cello section coach for the FAME Youth Orchestra and the Baltimore String Orchestra Camp, and directs the BSOC Viola/Cello/Bass Ensemble. He is in his eighteenth year of teaching cello in Baltimore, where his students have taken part in All County, All State, Baltimore Symphony Side by Side, and numerous other festivals and orchestras throughout the region.