About the School
Carolyn Stuart

Associate Professor of Violin and Chamber Music
Phone: (813) 974-2311
Email: cstuart@usf.edu

Associate Professor of Violin, is heard regularly in prominent North American and European centers, including her recent appearances in New York, Washington DC, Toronto, Paris, Sofia, Athens, Vicenza, and Zurich. She has performed on national radio and television broadcasts in the Netherlands and Bulgaria, as well as NPR stations throughout the US. She is a member of the acclaimed new music group Quorum and the Stuart-Ivanov Duo and has recorded for Gega New, Albany, Capstone, and Blue Griffin labels.

Stuart is a frequent performer at festivals including those at Green Mountain, Interlochen, Killington, Chautauqua, Garth Newel, Hot Springs, Pine Mountain, and Fox River, and abroad at "Peter de Grote" in the Netherlands, Salon des Artes in Sofia, and Association Philomuses in Paris. Stuart avidly collaborates with current composers and has performed for the Robert Helps International Festival, Cleveland Composers' Guild, the American New Arts Music Festival, and the International Alliance of Women in Music.

Stuart currently serves on the summer faculty at the Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival in Vermont. She presents master classes regularly, including recent appearances at: the Universities of Toronto, Michigan, Florida, Western Ontario, New Mexico, Eastern Michigan, and Akron; Interlochen Arts Academy, Crane School of Music at SUNY Potsdam, Ohio University, Arizona State University, and Pennsylvania State University; and abroad at the North Netherlands Conservatorium, the International Youth Music Festival in Bulgaria, American College in Greece, and the Vicenza Conservatory in Italy.

Stuart holds degrees from the Juilliard School, and the University of Michigan, and from SUNY Stonybrook (DMA).