Violinist Juliana Sharp
Performer and Teacher
Violinist Juliana Sharp is currently a senior at the Cleveland Institute of Music studying Violin Performance with Phil Setzer and Jessica Lee as well as Suzuki Pedagogy. Juliana teaches private lessons to students of all levels in Southern CT, and at the Newtown Suzuki School. She has worked at the Summer festival, Chamber Music Central, for several years.
Juliana began her violin studies at the age of ten with Dr. Stephan Tieszen and continued with Dr. Ann Setzer of the Juilliard School. Juliana graduated from the Juilliard Pre-College Division in 2015 and performed solo, chamber, and orchestral recitals throughout Lincoln Center.
Juliana received full merit scholarships at both the National Orchestral Institute and the Round Top Festival Institute. She was also a scholarship recipient at the Meadowmount School of Music where she studied for four summers and attended the Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival as well.
Some of Juliana’s awards include winning the Yale School of Music Solo Competition and the MTNA Competition. In addition to violin, Juliana is also the Valedictorian of her high school class.
Juliana has enjoyed performing at numerous venues and events including church services, weddings, and private parties. She has also organized and performed many volunteer benefit concerts for civic organizations.