Laurielle Warren, Viola
Laurielle Warren began her serious musical studies with Sheridan Kamberger Currie and earned a Bachelor of Music degree at the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music (CCM), where she studied under Masao Kawasaki, Dr. Catharine Carroll, and Dr. Dominic DeStefano. She continued her studies with Dr. Misha Galaganov while earning her Master of Music degree at Texas Christian University (TCU), where she served as the Graduate Assistant for the program. Laurielle is an active pedagogue and performer, teaching on the faculty of the TCU Music Preparatory Division and at the Fort Worth Suzuki School, and currently performing with The Jackson Symphony (TN). Laurielle has performed in several orchestras in five states.
Laurielle enjoys performing as a chamber musician and has performed in chamber music groups in the United States and in Italy. Currently, she performs with The Jackson Symphony String Quartet and with her husband, a clarinetist, in the Warren Trio. Laurielle coaches in the Fort Worth Youth Orchestra chamber program, which prepares students to perform string quartet repertoire in the United States and abroad. In the summer, Laurielle serves as a Faculty Artist at the Bay View Music Festival in Bay View, Michigan, teaching and performing in the Bay View Faculty String Quartet.
Laurielle is also the director and co-founder of a teaching business in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex called DFW Strings & Piano. (https://citystrings.com/dfw/)