Aubrey Burdick is an accomplished violinist who performs solo and chamber music spanning over four hundred years from early baroque to contemporary music. She has performed at the Vancouver, Boston, and Twin Cities Early Music Festivals; with SoCal Chamber Music in Pamona, CA, Apple Hill Chamber Music in New Hampshire, and the Music from Salem series in New York; and as a performance fellow at both Nief-Norf contemporary chamber music festival in Knoxville, TN, and Summer Institute for Contemporary Performance Practice in Boston, MA. As an orchestral musician, she has performed with Olympia Symphony, Lake Washington Symphony, Bozeman Symphony, Cape Ann Symphony, New England Repertory Orchestra, and the International Symphony Orchestra. She has enjoyed performing throughout the Puget Sound region from baroque through contemporary chamber music.
Ms. Burdick holds a Master’s in violin performance from Longy School of Music where she studied both modern and baroque violin. Her teachers include Sharan Leventhal, Mark Lakirovich, Sophie Vilker, and Dana Maiben.
About the Studio
I have a small and vibrant studio of diverse students ages 6 through 65, and beginners through advanced college prep level. Students are engaged in weekly lessons and dedicated at home practice. Performance is an important part of my studio and all students are encouraged to join annual studio recitals and other solo performance opportunities. Additionally, each are active in their school music programs and participate in community orchestras.