College of Music Program Book 2011-2012: Ensemble & Other Performances, Volume 3 Page: 64
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Percussionist and artistic co-director Heather Barringer joined Zeitgeist in 1990.
She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls with a bachelor's of
music education in 1987 and also studied at the University of Cincinnati-College
Conservatory, studying with Allen Otte from 1988-90. In addition to performing
and recording with Zeitgeist, she is a member of Mary Ellen Child's ensemble,
Crash, and has worked with many Twin Cities organizations, including Nautilus
Music Theater, The Dale Warland Singers, Theatre de la Jeune Lune and Ten
Thousand Things Theater.
Dr. Patti Cudd is active as a percussion soloist, chamber musician and educator.
She teaches percussion and new music studies at the University of Wisconsin-
River Falls and the College of St. Benedict/St. John's University and is an
active performing member of Zeitgeist. Other diverse performing opportunities
have included Sirius, red fish blue fish, CRASH, the Minnesota Contemporary
Ensemble, SONOR, Minnesota Dance Theatre and the Borrowed Bones Dance
Theater. She received a doctor of musical arts in contemporary musical studies at
the University of California studying with Steven Schick, master of music at the
State University of New York at Buffalo where she worked with Jan Williams,
undergraduate studies at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls and studied in
the soloist class with a Fulbright Scholarship at the Royal Danish Conservatory
of Music in Copenhagen, Denmark. As an active performer of the music of the
20th and 21st centuries, Patti has given concerts and masterclasses throughout the
United States, Asia, Mexico and Europe. She has participated in the Bang on a Can
Festival at Lincoln Center, Frau Musica Nova in Cologne, Germany, Mexico City's
Ciclo de Percusiones Series, The North American New Music Festival, The Mirror
of the New, Los Angeles Philharmonic's Green Umbrella Series, New Progressions
Series, Copenhagen Composers' Biennale, Nove Hudby Plus Festival in Brno,
Czech Republic and the Festival Cultural Zacatecas. Patti has worked closely with
some of the most innovative composers of our time including Brian Ferneyhough,
Morton Feldman, Roger Reynolds, Martin Bresnick, Pauline Oliveros, Jay Aaron
Kernis, John Luther Adams, Christian Wolff and Frederic Rzewski. As a percussion
soloist and chamber musician she has premiered more than 100 new works; she is
a Yamaha Performing Artist, endorser of Sabian cymbals and member of the Vic
Firth Education Team.
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