Violinist Sarah Whitney has been heard worldwide across stages in Europe, Asia, South America and the United States, active as a solo, orchestral and chamber musician.  An avid chamber musician, Sarah has performed at Lincoln Center, Alice Tully Hall, Carnegie Hall, the Galapagos Artspace, the Library of Congress and is currently a violinist in the string quintet Sybarite5. She has been a guest artist of the Cleveland Institute of Music Faculty Concert Series, WMP’s Strad for Lunch Series, Concerts at the Commons, the Cleveland Composer's Guild and the Memphis Chamber Music Society Solo Concert Series.  Sarah frequents the orchestral stage, performing with the String Orchestra of New York City, the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas, the Sarasota Orchestra and the Charleston Symphony. She has held the position of concertmaster for the Livonia Symphony and the Michigan Opera Works Orchestra and has served as assistant concertmaster of the Greater Lansing Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Gustav Meier. Sarah holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan and Master of Music and Professional Studies Degrees from the Cleveland Institute of Music.  Her teachers include Paul Kantor, William Preucil, Kathleen Winkler, Aaron Berofsky, Cyrus Forough, and Stephen Shipps.


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