Office: FAC 314
Phone: (270) 745-3751
Andrew Braddock, a native of Lakeland, Florida, began his viola studies at the age of 12. He is actively engaged in many facets of the musical world, including solo, chamber, and orchestral performances, in addition to teaching violin and viola. Andrew has given recent solo and chamber performances in Israel, Austria, Bloomington (IN) and Aspen (CO). He is currently a member of the Evansville Philharmonic and Owensboro Symphony Orchestras, and has served as assistant principal violist in the IU Philharmonic and Chamber Orchestras, and principal violist in the Vanderbilt Symphony.
Andrew has studied violin and viola pedagogy with Mimi Zweig at Indiana University and has taught in the IU String Academy. He recently graduated from Indiana University with a Masters in Viola performance, under the tutelage of Atar Arad. He also holds a Bachelors of Music (summa cum laude) from Vanderbilt University, where he was awarded the Jean Keller Heard Prize for Excellence in string performance. His principal teachers are Atar Arad, Kathryn Plummer, and John Graham.