Lisa Vaupel

Violinist Lisa Vaupel is an accomplished ensemble player who concertizes in the United States and abroad, joining Serafin String Quartet in 2013. She has been a returning collaborative violinist at the Colorado Music Festival, (Boulder, CO), Delaware Symphony’s Champagne Chamber Series, Sequoia Chamber Workshop (Arcata, CA), Sundays at Three (Columbia, MD), The Bach Concert Series of Baltimore, and the Yogurt Concerts held at Goucher College (Towson, MD).

Ms. Vaupel’s recent solo appearances include Samuel Barber’s Violin Concerto and Vivaldi’s Four Seasons with the Frederick Symphony Orchestra. She has performed in Italy, Japan, Singapore and Russia and is a featured guest artist on the World Café’s Live Connections Bridges programs in Philadelphia and Wilmington.

In addition to her chamber music and solo appearances, Ms. Vaupel enjoys orchestral playing including with the Baltimore Chamber Orchestra and as a principal player for both the Orchestra of St. John’s (Ellicott City, MD), and the Delaware Symphony Orchestra (Wilmington, DE), which presented her with the Albert Beekhuis Award in 2010 for excellence in performance and community engagement.

Devoted to engaging young musicians and young audiences in creative new formats and philosophies, Ms. Vaupel serves as Teaching Artist for the School Partnership Program of the Philadelphia Orchestra. She also has been a faculty member at Goucher College, and joins the University of Delaware faculty in the fall of 2013. Ms. Vaupel received her Bachelor of Music degree with High Distinction from Indiana University, Bloomington, and earned her Master of Music degree at the Peabody Conservatory, Baltimore.

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