Dr. Sachiho Murasugi, violin, has performed extensively as a professional orchestral and chamber musician. She has been concertmaster of the Sorg Opera Orchestra in Ohio and Filarmonica del Bajio in Mexico, and a member of the West Virginia Symphony, Louisiana Philharmonic, and Springfield Symphony. As a chamber musician, she has performed throughout the United States, Mexico and Spain, performing in such venues as the Museo del Prado in Madrid. She received the National Endowment for the Arts Rural Residency Grant and was selected to the Nebraska Arts Council’s Touring Artist Program as a member of the Sandhill Trio. A dedicated teacher, she has taught violin, viola and chamber music at several colleges including Union College in Lincoln, NE and University of Dayton in Ohio. Sachiho holds music performance degrees from Manhattan School of Music, CUNY Queens College and a D.M.A. from Ohio State University. Her teachers include Raphael Bronstein, Daniel Phillips and Cathy Carroll. In addition, Sachiho holds an MBA from Tulane University where she received the Business School’s highest award, the Freeman Fellowship.
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