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Robert Kerr is a frequently commissioned composer
and violin soloist. He holds a Bachelor of Music
degree from the North Carolina School of the Arts,
and a Master of Music degree from the University
of Tulsa. In addition, he was awarded a scholarship
to study composition in Scotland with renowned
composer Ronald Stevenson. As a freelance composer,
Robert has written music for Universal Studios,
NASA, the Walt Disney World Company, and Barney.
In 1999, he released the internationally distributed
album Portrait with pianist Rick Silanskas,
featuring Robert's violin solos and orchestrations.
In 2002, Robert's first symphony, Symphonic
Celebration: Darkness, Hope, & Spirit,
was commissioned by the Brevard Symphony Orchestra
and premiered at the King Center in Melbourne,
Florida, honoring the symphony's 49th season.
Robert is a founding member of the Emerald String
Quartet, which has performed throughout the United
States, Japan, Scotland, and Peru. His music is
featured on the quartet's first album, Celtic
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