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Dr. Warren Davidson

Warren Davidson is the conductor of the Slippery Rock Symphony Orchestra and teaches violin, viola, and the strings class at Slippery Rock University. He earned a B.A. cum laude in Philosophy and Psychology at Duquesne University before turning to full-time violin study; his principal teachers were Alan Grishman and Efim Boico.

Dr. Warren Davidson

He completed an MM in violin at Duquesne, an MA in Theory and Composition at the University of Pittsburgh, a Certificate of Advanced Studies in Chamber Music at the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee, and a Doctor of Musical Arts degree at West Virginia University where he was granted a Swiger Fellowship. Davidson is very active as an orchestral concertmaster, recitalist, and teacher, and is comfortable in a wide variety of musical styles. His special teaching interests lie in these areas: technical foundations of violin and viola playing, analysis of technical difficulties, effective practice regimens, tone production, efficient body use, and musical understanding through musical analysis.

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Slippery Rock Piano Trio

202 Swope Music Building
(724) 738-2448
warren.davidson@sru.edu
 

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