Meet The Trio
A native of Utah, Caitlin Fowler began studying violin with Deborah Moench at age six and continued her studies with Gerald Elias. Caitlin attended the University of Southern California’s prestigious Thornton School of Music and later transferred to and graduated from the University of Utah (the “U”) School of Music. While at the U, she studied with Hasse Borup and played with the University of Utah Symphony, New Music Ensemble, and the Honors Quartet. In addition to operating her own private violin studio, Caitlin taught students at the Utah Conservatory, in Park City, and was, from 2011-2016, the violin instructor at Park City Day School, where she created and directed the violin program for students in the elementary and middle schools. Currently, Caitlin operates a private violin studio in Holladay, where she lives with her husband and two children.
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Claire started playing the violin at the age of six, taking lessons from Ramona Stirling and later continuing her studies with Gerald Elias (associate concertmaster of the Utah Symphony). After high school, Claire attended Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. While there, she was the recipient of the Music Faculty Award Scholarship and took lessons with Kathleen Winkler. After her freshman year, Claire transferred to the University of Utah and finished her degree in Violin Performance. During her time at the University of Utah, she studied with Ralph Matson (concert master of the Utah Symphony) and was the recipient of multiple music scholarships. Claire was also a member of the O.C. Tanner and Mount Olympus Honors String Quartets, under the direction of Hasse Borup.
Currently, Claire lives in Kaysville with her husband and three sons.