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Taylor Giorgio is currently pursuing her doctoral studies in Violin Performance at Florida State University. She is a student of Professor Corinne Stillwell and a Graduate Teaching Assistant. An active freelance musician, she performs regularly with the Sinfonia Gulf Coast, Ocala Symphony Orchestra, and Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra. Ms. Giorgio currently has a private violin studio and directs two violin workshops in the summer at Stubbs Music Center.
In 2014, Ms. Giorgio graduated Summa Cum Laude from West Virginia University with a double degree in Music Education and Violin Performance. While at West Virginia University, she maintained a violin studio of seventeen students, conducted the Morgantown Community Orchestra, and won the 2013 WVU Young Artist Concerto Competition. In April 2014, she performed a solo concerto written by a student composer with the WVU Symphony Orchestra.
Ms. Giorgio has performed at prestigious music festivals including the Texas Music Festival, Bowdoin International Music Festival, Kinhaven Young Artist Seminar, Brevard Music Festival, Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival, and Classical Music Festival in Eisenstadt, Austria. Ms. Giorgio began playing the violin at age ten, after finding her great-grandfather’s violin in the attic.