Dr. Wendy Case

Lecturer

Dr. Wendy CaseWendy Case has performed throughout the U.S., Canada, and Asia as a chamber musician and soloist. She is the founding violinist of the Brahms’ Ghost Piano Trio, and holds degrees from the University of Michigan, the Cleveland Institute of Music, and SUNY Stony Brook. Her passionate performances have been heard on NPR, in Carnegie Hall, the National Opera Center, the Kimmel Center, and Severance Hall. Influential teachers include Andrew Jennings, Yehonatan Berick, Philip Setzer (Emerson Quartet), Soovin Kim, Hai Xin Wu, and William Preucil.

Dr. Case currently serves on the music faculty of Youngstown State University, where she performs in the Dana Piano Trio with fellow faculty colleagues Dr. Kivie Cahn-Lipman and Dr. Cicilia Yudha. She is the artistic director of The Scenic City Chamber Society and Theorhym, an organization dedicated to the interplay of science and stringtechnique. Her innovative curriculums designed for 21st century string playing have been published in The Strad (2020), and presented at the National Conference of the American String Teachers Association (2019) and the Acoustical Society of America (2019). Her recent endeavors include cutting-edge music and technology collaborations with the Worcester Polytechnic Institute and an album of new works for solo violin to be released in Summer of 2021.