Francesca Anderegg, violinist

Violinist Francesca Anderegg has had orchestral performances with the Juilliard Symphony (as Concertmaster), at Tanglewood Music Center (Orchestra conducted by James Levine), and the Lucerne Festival Academy (Assistant Concertmaster, Orchestra conducted by Pierre Boulez). She also has performed with chamber music groups, including chamber music collaboration with Itzhak Perlman in the Perlman Music Program, and in solo recitals and concerts. A graduate of Harvard University, she also holds a Master’s in Violin Performance and a Doctor of Musical Arts from The Juilliard School. Francesca used the Fellowship funding to record a CD with pianist Brent Funderburk. The CD was released in 2012 by Albany Records to critical acclaim.   Francesca designed the program on this recording, which consists of works by Mozart, Schoenberg, Perle, Carter, and Schubert. The Fellowship also allowed Francesca the opportunity to tour across the U.S., and in doing so, she was able to give back to each of the local communities in which performed by presenting a free outreach presentation in a public school to introduce students to classical music and inspire them to consider what they can achieve through artistic pursuits. In September 2012, Francesca accepted the position of Assistant Professor of Violin at St. Olaf College.  She also teaches at Interlochen Center for the Arts. In 2016, she was awarded a McKnight Fellowship for the Performing Arts.  In 2017, Francesca released her CD Wild Cities. Click here for more information on Francesca Anderegg.

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