PAT WALTMAN FEUCHTENBERGER
holds a Bachelor of Music from the St. Louis Institute of Music, a Master of Arts, from Radford University, and has pursued post graduate studies in various universities. Her teachers include Lois Baptiste Harsh, Evelyn Mitchell, Leo Sirota, Miklos Ivanich, and Lloyd Zurbrigg. She has performed as soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician in the Midwest and Southeast.
She established Feuchtenberger Artists' Management Company in 1983. This company has become well-known internationally, representing pianists, Enrique Graf, Beatrice Long, and the Long Duo, with sisters, Beatrice and Christina Long.
She has held faculty positions at Concord College at Athens, WV. and Bluefield College in Bluefield, Virginia, where she founded the Bluefield College Preparatory Department. She continues to teach privately.
Besides serving as the Director of Feuchtenberger Management, she is an adjudicator for various festivals and competitions, and is a member of the International Society of Performing Arts, American Symphony Orchestra League, National Association of Performing Arts Managers and Presenters, National College of Musicians, Virginia Music Teachers Association, Virginia Federation of Music Clubs, and Phi Kappa Phi.
She is a consultant for performing arts and arts management, and a speaker in colleges for career days, representing the performing arts. She is listed in Who's Who in the World, and Who's Who in Entertainment, has been the subject of several interviews as WGMS in D. C. and articles in magazines such as Radford Magazine, A Music Partnership, and newspapers. She was nominated in 2000 for The Governor's Award for the Arts in Virginia.
She was born in Jacksonville, Illinois, and has three sons, and four granddaughters. She enjoys family, music, travel, gardening, reading, cooking, walking, especially in the mountains, people.