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Jacqueline Saed Wolborsky  |  Violin 2  |  Associate Principal
The Blanche Martin Shaw Chair

Jacqueline Saed Wolborsky
Jacqueline Saed Wolborsky is the Associate Principal Second Violin of the North Carolina Symphony. Before coming to North Carolina, Jacqueline was a member of the Charleston Symphony and an adjunct professor of violin at the College of Charleston. She has been a featured soloist with the North Carolina Symphony and the Brussels Chamber Orchestra. Jacqueline received first prize, the audience choice award and a solo performance at the South Carolina Philharmonic Competition and was honored with the Russel Award at the Coleman International Chamber Music Competition in Pasadena, CA.

She has had the pleasure of performing for Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel in Chicago, Il., the late Itzhak Rabin's family in Jaffa, Israel, and in 2001, for the Vice President of the United States and other high government officials in Washington D.C. Jacqueline has spent past summers at the Verbier Festival in Switzerland, on the faculty of the Eastern Music Festival inGreensboro, in the Chautauqua Symphony in New York, at the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival in Connecticut, at the Steans Institute for Young Artists in Highland Park, Il., at the Rome Festival in Italy, the Thessaloniki Festival in Greece, Keshet Eilon in Israel and the Weathersfield Music Festival in Ludlow, VT. She was invited by the Verbier Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra on separate occassions to tour several European Countries with Joshua Bell, James Levine and the late Mstislav Rostropovich. She has also had the honor of working with Kurt Masur, members of the Tokyo, Vermeer and Cleveland String Quartets, Yuri Bashmet, Bill Preucil, Claude Frank, Miriam Fried and Joseph Silverstein. Mrs. Wolborsky received her Bachelors of Music from the Oberlin Conservatory with renowned professors Roland and Almita Vamos and her Masters of Music from the Cleveland Institute of Music under the tutelage of distinguished professor, Donald Weilerstein.

She received her Suzuki teacher training at the Cleveland Institute of Music and has been a private teacher for over 18 years.

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