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Amazing GracePat Holmberg
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Pat Holmberg cannot remember ever not playing the piano. She was drawn to it as a small child and the fascination with and love for it has never waned.

She grew up in a small town in Central Montana, and ventured out into the wider world after high school, going south to the University of Colorado where she earned a Bachelor of Music Education and Master of Music (in piano performance).  After that, she taught piano in her home, but never stopped keeping up her own playing. She was almost always composing something as well.

Pat began playing with jazz groups while a student at the University, and the music she has written shows strong jazz influence. She suspended playing with combos while her children were small, but picked up on it again later as they were older. She often has accompanied classical singers and instrumentalists in the Denver/Boulder area, and has given several solo recitals in the Boulder Public Library Concert Series - some with standard classical repertoire and others with original compositions. Her music has been performed locally, including a forty-five minute cantata she wrote for choirs, soloists, and orchestra in 1995 for the 100th anniversary of First Presbyterian Church in Boulder. She has received performances of some flute ensemble pieces throughout the country.

She has four living children, 10 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren and lives in Boulder CO with her husband Russ.

 

This is just new.....don't know if I should include it....what do you think?: 

I'm listed in the 2020 Marquis Who's Who with a "Lifetime Achievement Award"

and in their site:  http://whoswhoindustryleaders.com/2020/09/patricia-holmberg

"The earth has music for those who listen."

Shakespeare

2020 Composition Competition Sponsored by Rocky Mountain Composers

Pat is also an active member of the Rocky Mountain Composers, who sponsor annual Composition Competition, for young composers.

You can also find the Rocky Mountain Composers on Facebook and YouTube or their website rockymountaincomposers.com

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Pat Holmberg

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AKA Patricia T. Holmberg

Christmas

Gifts

Pianist/Piano Teacher

Composer/Arranger

Listen to this track while you're browsing, if you would like. You may also check the pull-down menus

at the very top of this page. Have fun looking around!

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Amazing GracePat Holmberg
00:00 / 02:05

Pat Holmberg cannot remember ever not playing the piano. She was drawn to it as a small child and the fascination with and love for it has never waned.

She grew up in a small town in Central Montana, and ventured out into the wider world after high school, going south to the University of Colorado where she earned a Bachelor of Music Education and Master of Music (in piano performance).  After that, she taught piano in her home, but never stopped keeping up her own playing. She was almost always composing something as well.

Pat began playing with jazz groups while a student at the University, and the music she has written shows strong jazz influence. She suspended playing with combos while her children were small, but picked up on it again later as they were older. She often has accompanied classical singers and instrumentalists in the Denver/Boulder area, and has given several solo recitals in the Boulder Public Library Concert Series - some with standard classical repertoire and others with original compositions. Her music has been performed locally, including a forty-five minute cantata she wrote for choirs, soloists, and orchestra in 1995 for the 100th anniversary of First Presbyterian Church in Boulder. She has received performances of some flute ensemble pieces throughout the country.

She has four living children, 10 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren and lives in Boulder CO with her husband Russ.

 

She is listed in the 2020 Marquis Who's Who with a "Lifetime Achievement Award"

and in their site:  http://whoswhoindustryleaders.com/2020/09/patricia-holmberg

You can find more of Pat's Music on YouTube

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  Music is the answer to the mystery of life; it is the most profound of all the arts' it expresses the deepest thoughts of life and being in simple language which nontheless cannot be translated."  Arthur Schopenhauer

"Music is never stationary; successive forms and styles are only like so many resting places - like tents pitched and taken down again on the road to the Ideal." Franz Liszt

2020 Composition Competition Sponsored by Rocky Mountain Composers

Pat is also an active member of the Rocky Mountain Composers, who sponsor annual Composition Competition, for young composers.

You can also find the Rocky Mountain Composers on Facebook and YouTube or their website rockymountaincomposers.com

"I was obliged to work hard. Whoever is equally industrious will succeed just as well." J.S.Bach

Featured Video

Steinway Artist Mina Perry playing Pat's "Pearl Street Rag" at a concert at the Walnut Creek CA Steinway Piano Store presenting the first-prize winners in the jazz/ragtime category in a contest co-sponsored by Sheet Music Plus, Steinway Piano Co. and Composers, Inc. in 2016

The "Pearl Street Rag" is one of five of her 'Boulder Rags' which were first prize winners in that contest.

You can find more of Pat's Music on YouTube

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