Originally from Indianapolis, violinist Sarah Page moved to Cleveland in 2015 to join the studio of William Preucil at the Cleveland Institute of Music. During her short time in Northeast Ohio, she has fallen in love with the rich fine-arts culture of the area. After graduating with her Master of Music in Violin Performance in May 2017, Sarah has remained in the city, enjoying a fulfilling dual-career of performance and teaching.
As an orchestral musician, Sarah has served as concertmaster of the Cleveland Institute of Music Orchestra, Masterworks Festival and Philharmonic Orchestras, University of Indianapolis’ Chamber Orchestra, and was recently appointed Assistant Concertmaster of the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra. She currently performs with many regional groups including Cleveland Opera Theater, Canton Symphony, and Akron Symphony, among others. As a soloist, Sarah as presented at the 2012 Boston and 2014 Denver National Collegiate Honors Conferences as well as the 2014 Sacramento International Mu Phi Epsilon Convention. Ms. Page has also been a featured soloist on the University of Indianapolis’ Faculty Artist Series and has soloed with the University of Indianapolis’ Chamber Orchestra.
Outside of her principal studies, Sarah has sought out masterclass opportunities to learn from such performers and pedagogues as Joseph Lin, David Kim, Ilya Kaler, Peter Salaff, Time for Three, The Takács Quartet, Ariana Kim, and Austin Hartman. As part of the Cavani Quartet’s “Intensive Quartet Seminar,” Sarah’s ensemble, Kalos Quartet, had the opportunity to learn and perform chamber music in countless masterclasses and special recitals. Sarah’s recent engagements have included a performance at Carnegie Weill Recital Hall as First-Prize Winner of the 2017 American Protégé Competition and a fellowship with The National Repertory Orchestra as Co-Principal Second where she performed as soloist with the orchestra. In addition to her active performance schedule, Ms. Page is a Violin Teaching Artist with the El Sistema Program at the Rainey Institute where she engages young minds and advocates reducing barriers to a well-rounded education.