Visiting Artists

String students at Baylor University also have the opportunity to hear and work with the finest musicians in the world through master classes and clinics. Visiting artists are made possible through both Baylor University funding and the generosity of the Meadows Foundation, Inc. of Dallas , Texas . Listed below are some of the artists who have visited the School of Music to perform and teach:

• Paul Coletti, violist, concert artist
• Peter Slowik, violist, Oberlin Conservatory
• Ellen Rose, Dallas Symphony Principal Viola
• Kirsten Doctor, Cavani String Quartet
• Jeffrey Irvine, violist, The Cleveland Institute of Music
• Nokuthula Ngwenyama, 1993 Primrose Competition Winner
• Michael Tree, violist, Guarneri Quartet
• John Graham, concert artist; faculty, Eastman School of Music
• Samuel Rhodes, violist, Juilliard String Quartet
• James Dunham, violist, Cleveland Quartet
• Joel Krosnick, concert artist and cellist, Juilliard String Quartet
• John Sharp, Principal Cellist, Chicago Symphony
• Bernard Greenhouse, soloist and former cellist, Beaux Arts Trio
• David Soyer, cellist, Guarneri String Quartet
• Peter Wiley, cellist, Beaux Arts Trio
• Paul Katz, cellist, Cleveland Quartet
• Josef Gingold, world-renowned artist and teacher
• Arnold Steinhardt, first violinist, Guarneri String Quartet
• Robert McDuffie, concert artist
• Stephanie Chase, concert artist
• William Preucil, Jr., first violin, Cleveland Quartet
• Gary Karr, concert artist
• Hal Robinson, Principal Bass, National Symphony
• David Walter, former Principal Bass, NBC Symphony