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Connie Lorber was born in Bronx, NY and grew up on Long Island. She began her viola studies at age eleven in the school string program. Her first studies were with Dorothy Kesner-Elsiha, a student of the famed Leopold Auer. Ms. Lorber continued her early studies with Margaret Pardee, assistant to the celebrated Ivan Galamian.
She earned a Bachelor of Music at the Eastman School of Music in New York, where she studied with Francis Tursi . Ms. Lorber received her Master of Fine Arts in viola performance at the University of Iowa . There she studied with William Preucil, Sr., serving as his teaching assistant. Ms. Lorber has also studied with Eric Rosenblith, Jacob Glick, Alan Deveritch, Yizhak Schotten, Hugh Partridge and Donald McInnes.
Ms. Lorber speaks fluent Spanish having lived in Mexico for four years. During this time she was principal violist with the Orquesta de Camara de Xalapa as well as the Orquesta Sinfonica del Estado de Mexico. She has recorded in both the United States and Mexico, received the Rochester National Scholarship and was elected to Pi Kappa Lambda, music society.
Ms. Lorber has been a member of the New Orleans Symphony (now known as the Louisiana Philharmonic) and the San Diego Symphony; she has also played with the Rochester Philharmonic and the Buffalo Philharmonic. Ms. Lorber has substituted with the North Carolina Symphony and plays with many other area performing ensembles including NC Opera and NC Ballet. She has been a member of the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra for the last 28 years. Ms. Lorber has been teaching privately for over 25 years. She has also taught at the Catholic Southern University and College of Charleston.
Ms. Lorber currently teaches at ArtStage in Cary, the Durham Arts Council School and is the violin and viola teacher at the Emerson Waldorf school in Chapel Hill.
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