Cornelia Schwartz, violin, holds degrees from the Juilliard School where she studied with Szymon Goldberg and Margaret Pardee. She studied chamber music with Felix Galimir and members of the Budapest and Juilliard Quartets and has participated in master classes with Gyorgy Sebok, Henryk Szeryng and Nathan Milstein in Switzerland and with Sandor Vegh in Prussia Cove, England. Chamber music performances include; Chamber Music Conference and Composers’ Forum of the East, Music From Salem, Trondheim Contemporary Music Festival in Norway, Bosehaus-Bach-Museum Leipzig, Monadnock Music, New York Philomusica, New School Concerts, and the U-Mass-Dartmouth Guest Artist Series among others. She has also performed throughout Europe as a member of Camerata Salzburg and at the Bach Aria, Grand Teton, Norfolk and Caramoor music festivals. Ms. Schwartz is the recipient of an Artist Opportunity Grant from The New Hampshire State Council on the Arts and teaches at Franklin Pierce University.