Location: Boulder, Colorado, United States
Patricia T. Holmberg has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in music.
Growing up, Ms. Holmberg’s family was always musically inclined. Her mother was a pianist, her father sang in barbershop quartets, and her brother was an all-around talented musician. Inspired by the talent surrounding her, Ms. Holmberg decided to pursue a formal education in music. In 1955, she earned a Bachelor of Science in music education from the University of Colorado. Three years later, she furthered her education once more by earning a Master of Music in piano performance from her alma mater.
Throughout her illustrious career, Ms. Holmberg has excelled as a pianist and piano educator. From 1953 until 2020, she performed with numerous groups throughout Boulder and Denver, Colorado. Also, during these years, she taught piano and music history at Gulf Park College alongside teaching private piano lessons to her local community. Further, Ms. Holmberg is a gifted composer. In 1983, she composed the “Concerto for Jazz Piano and Concert Band,” which was followed by “Concerto for Glass Harp, Piano, and Orchestra,” and “Church Cantata.” She has also served as a music arranger for eight CDs, including “Boulder Rags,” “Christmas in the Rockies,” and “Jazz Images.” As a founding member of the Rocky Mountain Composers in Boulder, Colorado, Ms. Holmberg maintains affiliation with the Music Teachers’ National Association and the American Federation of Musicians. Looking towards the future, she is excited to continue composing music and write manuscripts. As a testament to Ms. Holmberg’s success, she is featured in the 22nd edition of Who’s Who of American Women.
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