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Prof. Florrie Marshall

Doctoral-candidate Florrie Marshall is an internationally experienced teacher and performing Strings-artist, majoring in Violin and Viola. She obtained her BA at East Carolina University, then an MM for Viola at Yale University, where she is also currently pursuing her DMA. She has notable teaching experience at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia, as well as at the schools she has attended. Florrie has performed at venues including the following:

  • ClasClas Chamber Music Festival | Spain | 2018, 2019

  • Four Seasons Chamber Music Festival “Winter Workshop” | North Carolina | 2016, 17, 19

  • Lincoln Center, NYC | United Nations Chamber Music Society | 2019

  • National Sawdust, NYC | Chris Grymes and Open G Records | 2019

  • Carnegie Hall, Weill Hall, NYC | The United Nations Chamber Music |2019

  • Carnegie Hall, Stern Auditorium, Perlman Stage, NYC | New Manhattan Sinfonietta | 2018

  • Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC | United Nations Chamber Music Society | 2018

  • “A Concert on Memory” | Sound Bridges International Company, at Yale University | 2018

  • Baruch Performing Arts Center, NYC | United Nations Chamber Music Society | 2018

  • Bohemian National Hall Embassy, NYC | United Nations Chamber Music Society | 2018

  • Carnegie Hall, Perlman Stage, NYC | New England Symphonic Ensemble | 2017

Her awards at the Yale School of Music include the UCROSS Foundation Artist Residency (2022), Philip F. Nelson Prize (2018), Interdisciplinary Arts Award (2017), and the Presser Foundation Graduate Music Award. For more information about her live performances, visit her website

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