About Lake Austin Strings:
Lake Austin Strings is a string quartet comprised of talented, energetic and positive musicians from the Austin area. Each wedding performed by Lake Austin Strings is organized by Nathaniel Mayfield, who carefully selects the performers depending on availability and type of music to be performed. Although the string players might vary from wedding to wedding, Nathaniel consistently maintains a high standard of excellence.
Nathaniel Mayfield About Nate:
International Trumpet Soloist and Prizewinner, Presidental Scholar and Fulbright Recipient, Nathaniel Bryant Mayfield, has shared his love for the trumpet with audiences across the globe in over a dozen countries and on four continents. In Austin, he has performed with the Austin Symphony, The Austin Lyric Opera, and the Austin Ballet.

Nathaniel is firmly committed to providing Austin with the highest standard of excellence in music. In 2004 he was named Wedding Vendor of the year by Austin Wedding and Event Coordinators. An Austin native, Nathaniel is constantly seeking new and innovative ways of promoting classical music in his home city. Click here to read more about Nathaniel.
About Rebecca:
Rebecca Browne, Juilliard graduate, will tour Europe next spring as the violin soloist with the Austin Eurythmy Ensemble. She was recently named the music director of the ensemble and completed a successful tour and residency as their violin soloist. Rebecca can also be seen in concert with her powerful, new trio, Austin's Angels. The Angels include Rebecca on violin, Jessica Mathaes, concertmaster of the Austin Symphony, on viola and JouAn Hau, award winning soloist, on cello.

Rebecca has performed as a soloist and chamber musician throughout the USA, Canada and Eastern Europe. She has recently performed as a concerto soloist with the Kiev Symphony and as a soloist and concertmaster with the Cluj, Romania Orchestra and the Texas Festival Orchestra. She has also acted as concertmaster of the University of Texas Symphony and section leader of the Juilliard Symphony and the Juilliard Orchestra.

Fulfilling a lifelong dream, Rebecca co-founded a violin program for impoverished children in Eastern Europe. She has acted as an assistant violin teacher for the dean of the Juilliard School, Stephen Clapp, and for UT violin professor, Brian Lewis. She was awarded a Juilliard String Teaching Fellowship.
Rebecca Browne
Alexis Ebbets About Alexis:
Alexis Ebbets grew up in Daytona Beach, Florida. She received a Bachelors of Arts in Music degree from Florida State University and studied violin with Karen Clarke and Eliot Chapo.

Alexis moved to Austin in 2004 to pursue her Masters in Violin Performance from the Univerisity of Texas. She studied with Vincent Frittelli and Sandy Yamamoto. She also was involved with the UT String Project, a teacher training program, while completing her degree. She has attended the Frankie Kennedy School for Irish Fiddling in 2003, been a participant in several Irish workshops, and performed with bands such as Barco and with master fiddler Liz Knowles.

Alexis attended the Henry Mancini Institute in Los Angeles in 2005, where she performed jazz and film music with Bobby McFerrin, Patti Austin, Alan Silvestri, Doc Severinsen, and many others. She has studied jazz with Bill Kennedy, Jeff Hellmer, and attended Christian Howes' Creative Strings Workshop for Jazz Violin in 2006. Currently, she plays in various musical groups here in Austin and has a violin studio of twenty-five students at Blackerby Violin Shop.
About Victoria:
Victoria Wolff began her studies in cello at age eight. She competed vigorously in Los Angeles, winning the Young Musician's Foundation competition at age ten, Gabor Reijto adjudicating. She won numerous other solo and chamber music competitions such as Southwest Youth Music Festival, VOCE, and Bach Festivals, all of which gained her a television interview and live radio broadcasts.

She went on to attend high-school at Interlochen Arts Academy, spending her summers at the Johanneson Summer Musical Festival in Victoria, B.C. At seventeen, she was accepted to The Juilliard School to study with Harvey Shapiro.

In New York her performances included concerts at Carnegie, Avery Fisher, and Alice Tully Halls. She played under the batons of such conductors as Pierre Boulez, Kurt Masur, Leonard Slatkin, James DePriest, and John Rutter.

Victoria has performed extensively internationally, with two European tours and a summer residency in Northern Italy. She accompanied Phyllis Young as a teaching assistant to The International Workshop for Strings in Biarritz, France. She also had the priveledge of playing aboard The Queen Elizabeth II with special request performances by actress Lynn Redgrave.

Victoria received her Bachelor's degree from Juilliard and is currently working on her Masters and Doctoral degrees simultaneously at The University of Texas at Austin. She substitutes regularly with the Austin Symphony and is building up a considerable private studio.
Victoria Wolff
The music was just exquisite. It could not have been more beautiful. It was exactly as I had imagined it would be. Your trumpet processional was truly lovely. You are most talented! - June C., Mother of the Bride
 
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