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Praised by critics for her “pristine” and “utterly fearless” playing, violinist Carolyn Huebl is sought after as a soloist, chamber musician, and teacher. She is currently Associate Professor of Violin at the Blair School of Music at Vanderbilt University. Since her appearance with the Detroit Symphony at seventeen, Huebl has appeared as a soloist with orchestras throughout the United States, Argentina and Canada. She founded The Blakemore Trio with pianist Amy Dorfman and cellist Felix Wang in 2002. The trio has performed on important chamber series throughout the country, including at New York’s Merkin Hall, with a début recording for the Blue Griffin Label. A recording of works for violin and piano by Alfred Schnittke, also with pianist Mark Wait, was released in June 2011 (Naxos 8.570978). Formerly Assistant Principal Second Violin with the Pittsburgh Symphony, she often appears as concertmaster of the IRIS Chamber Orchestra.

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