Victoria Theodore, pianist and vocalist in Stevie Wonder's band since 2007, performing her original music, featuring several Bay Area musical stars.
"Music, She Wrote" is a project of the Oakland Public Conservatory of Music that celebrates women composers. The series began in March 2008 during International Women's Month and was created to highlight the achievements of women composers. Past concerts have featured the music of India Cooke, Tammy Hall, Karen Horner, Branice McKenzie, Sandy Poindexter, Angela Wellman and Yehudit. The featured composer this year is the highly acclaimed pianist, Victoria Theodore.
On April 20th, 2013 TEDxBerkeley is gathering world-leading thinkers, makers, and doers at UC Berkeley to discuss “Catalyzing Change.” The audience will be composed of a diverse mix of over 1000 students, professors, and thought leaders from Berkeley and beyond for a stimulating day of presentations, discussions, entertainment and art that will spark new ideas and opportunities for all. Victoria Theodore will be one of the performers
Please join the Pied Piper and Sensational pianist and vocalist Victoria Theodore for a very special evening of music! Sistah's in Sound, is a duet performance of music from both of our catalogs, as well as favorite cover songs!
Sounds Like: Esperanza Spalding, Corrine Bailey Ray
Bio: Victoria Theodore is a graduate of Oberlin College / Conservatory of Music with 2 Bachelor degrees, and a Master’s Degree from Stanford University.
Victoria has been a keyboardist and background singer in Stevie Wonder’s band since August 2007, and has appeared in concert with him around the wor...See Full Bio
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“Victoria Theodore "dazzled with ... steely virtuoso performance" in The Oakland Opera Theater production of Anthony Davis' X: The Life and Times of Malcolm X. ”