Violinist Cornelia Schwartz has established a vibrant and diverse career as chamber musician, orchestral performer and teacher. As chamber musician, she has performed with New School Concerts, New York Philomusica, Monadnock Music, the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth Guest Artist Series and the Islip Arts Council’s Dowling College Concert Series among others. Schwartz has also performed as guest artist with Alexander Schneider and Isaac Stern at the State Department in Washington D.C. and with the Stadler Quartett in Germany, Austria and Norway. A former member of Camerata Academica Salzburg, she has performed at the Oregon Bach Festival and with the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, the Orchestra of St. Luke’s and the San Francisco Symphony. Summers have brought her to the Bach Aria, New Hampshire, Norfolk, Caramoor and Grand Teton Music festivals. A recipient of an Artist Opportunity Grant from the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts, Schwartz is a Lecturer of Music at Franklin Pierce University and a frequent faculty member at the Apple Hill Center for Chamber Music and the Bennington Chamber Music Conference. A native New Yorker, she holds B.M. and M.M degrees from the Juilliard School where she studied with Szymon Goldberg and Margaret Pardee. Her chamber music coaches have included Felix Galimir and members of the Budapest and Juilliard Quartets.