Wendy Case

Wendy Case

Artist Affiliate, violin & viola

Department: Fine Arts
Phone: 706-238-7817
Campus Box: 309
Location: Ford 210
E-mail: wcase@berry.edu

Short Bio

Dr. Wendy Case has performed throughout the United States, Canada, and India as a chamber musician and recitalist.  She is the founding violinist of the Brahms' Ghost Piano Trio and has collaborated with members of the Emerson Quartet, Cavani Quartet, Cleveland Orchestra, Metropolitan Opera, and Philadelphia Orchestra.  Her passionate performances have been heard on NPR, in Carnegie Hall, the National Opera Center, the Kimmel Center of Philadephia, and Severance Hall.  She studied at the University of Michigan, the Cleveland Institute of Music, and Stony Brook University. Influential teachers include Andrew Jennings, Philip Setzer, Soovin Kim, and William Preucil.

Dr. Case currently serves on the music faculty of Berry College as Artist Affiliate in Violin and Viola. She performs with Kolkata Classics, the Ensemble of Variable Geometry (a chamber ensemble dedicated to premiering new compositions), and the Scenic City Chamber Society.  Dr. Case is currently performing several outreach and benefit concerts with pianist Jennifer Heemstra. Her research interests include the interplay of acoustical physics and violin technique.