Stephanie Chase has taught violin and chamber music on the faculties of The Boston Conservatory, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (adjunct), and Vassar College. Between 2002 and 2019 she taught violin and chamber music at New York University's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Currently, she teaches a limited class of advanced private students.
As an acclaimed soloist with over 170 orchestras worldwide, in repertoire ranging from Bach and Bernstein to Vivaldi and Zwilich, Ms. Chase teaches a wide range of repertoire from concertos through recital and chamber music for diverse groups. Her experience in period performance plus her education in contemporary music technique gives her a remarkable breadth of performance style expertise.
Professor Chase has also given master classes at many leading conservatories and institutions that include The Juilliard School, The Mannes School at The New School, the Graduate Center at City College of New York, University of Texas at Austin, the New World Symphony, San Jose State University, Dallas Chamber Music Society, and the San Francisco Conservatory.
Her teaching reflects her training in Sevcik, the Galamian school, and the Franco-Belgian School as exemplified by her teacher and mentor, Arthur Grumiaux. In addition, Ms. Chase studied with many chamber music greats at the Marlboro Festival, including Rudolf Serkin, David Soyer, Felix Galimir, Rudolf Firkusny, Marcel Moyse, Misha Schneider, and Siegfried Palm.
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"It was a joy to see someone work so effectively and respectfully
with these young artists." - Laura Niles, Violinist.com
Master class at The Juilliard School for the
Starling/Delay Symposium, June 1, 2017.