Adjunct Instructor in Violin
Violinist Angela Fuller joined the Dallas Symphony Orchestra as principal second violin in September of 2009. Previously, she served as concertmaster of the Houston Symphony and as a first violinist of the Minnesota Orchestra, and has been a guest concertmaster with the orchestras of Atlanta, Bergen (NORWAY), Indianapolis and Seattle. Fuller made her Houston Symphony concerto debut in September of 2007 with critically acclaimed performances of the Bruch concerto. An avid chamber musician, she was a member of the celebrated Prospect Park Players in Minneapolis with conductor/pianist William Eddins and Toronto Symphony principal cellist, Joseph Johnson. She has collaborated with such artists as Janos Starker, William Preucil, Charles Castleman and Andrew Litton. A champion of new music, Fuller gave the Texas premiere of Hilary Tann's Here the Cliffs with the East Texas Symphony in Tyler, TX, and performed that work again with California's Monterey Symphony. Other solo appearances have included the concerti of Brahms and Sibelius with the Minnesota Orchestra, and Prokofiev 2nd concerto with the Dallas Symphony.
Fuller began violin studies at the age of three with her mother, Janai. Her teachers include Camilla Wicks, Sally O'Reilly and William Preucil at the Cleveland Institute of Music. She was the 2000 winner of the Irving M. Klein International String Competition held in San Francisco, as well as the winner of the 1998 Minnesota Orchestra's WAMSO competition. In addition to frequent appearances at the Minnesota Orchestra's Sommerfest, she has performed at the music festivals of Aspen, Tanglewood, San Diego's Mainly Mozart Festival, the Chautauqua Institution and the Olympic Music Festival. Ms. Fuller is also concertmaster at the Grand Teton Festival. A dedicated teacher, Fuller has served on the faculty of Rice University's Sheperd School of Music and has given master classes throughout the United States.
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