Claudine Bigelow

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Claudine Bigelow is currently the head of viola studies and chamber music coordinator in the School of Music at Brigham Young University. She graduated from BYU with a bachelor's degree in instrument performance and pedagogy in 1992 and a master's degree in performance and pedagogy in 1994.

Bigelow played with the National and Utah Symphonies and the Smithsonian and National Chamber Orchestras. She performed in Europe, the U.S., and New Zealand. While teaching, Bigelow remained an active recitalist. However, as a teacher she influenced many of her students, who established prominent careers in viola performance.

In 2011, Bigelow was named a Fulbright Scholar. The following year, she taught at the New Zealand School of Music, and in 2013 she was featured in the BYU Alumni Magazine. Bigelow spoke at a campus wide devotional in August 2015.

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