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Jacqueline Audas

  • Title: Violin

Violin

Jacqueline Audas is a passionate violinist focused on engaging and empowering communities through classical music. Her belief in the power of music to create bonds between people inspired her to found the non-profit organization Classical C.A.R.M.A. (Concerts Aiming to Raise Money & Awareness). As its artistic and executive director, Jacqueline helps to create benefit concerts which fundraise for, and bring awareness to, non-profit organizations in Texas. For more information, please visit classicalcarma.org.

In the past few years, Jacqueline has made appearances abroad in Israel, Germany, Italy, Spain, and New Zealand and performed as a soloist, chamber, and orchestral musician around the United States. Most recently, she has performed at the North Shore Chamber Music Festival, the Aspen Music Festival, the Keshet Eilon Mastercourse and the Sommermusik im Oberen Nagoldtal. Jacqueline is a member of the Baltimore Chamber Orchestra and the Music in the Mountains Festival Orchestra. She also makes appearances with the Jupiter Symphony Chamber Players in New York City.

Jacqueline has been awarded the top prize in multiple competitions. Most recently, she was the first prize winner of the Yale-Gordon Competition for Strings in 2021. She was a finalist in the Barlassina International Young Talents Competition and a quarter-finalist in both the 2019 Michael Hill International Violin Competition and the 2020 Elmar Oliveira International Violin Competition. 

Jacqueline Audas recently completed a Graduate Performance Diploma at Johns Hopkins’ Peabody Institute where she studied with renowned soloist Vadim Gluzman. Previously, she graduated from Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music with a Master’s Degree in Violin Performance, where she held the Anne and Charles Duncan Concertmaster Chair, and with a Bachelor’s Degree in Violin Performance, conferred summa cum laude. While completing her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees at the Shepherd School of Music, she studied with Paul Kantor. Prior to attending university, she studied with the late Arkady Fomin.

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