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Leslie Taylor Warlick

Leslie Taylor Warlick

Lecturer of Music, Violin and Viola

Department of Performing Arts

DM in Violin Performance, Florida State University (2003); MM in Violin Performance, Cleveland Institute of Music (1992); BM in Violin Performance, University of North Carolina School of the Arts (1990)


Applied violin and viola

Dr. Leslie Taylor Warlick teaches violin and viola in the Department of Performing Arts. She holds performance degrees from the North Carolina School of the Arts, the Cleveland Institute of Music, and Florida State University. Dr. Warlick has had the pleasure of studying violin with Elaine Richey, David Updegraff, Donald Weilerstein, and Gary Kosloski. She has performed as a member of the New World Symphony in Miami, Florida, and the Naples Philharmonic Orchestra in Naples, Florida. In addition to her teaching duties at Clemson University, Dr. Warlick also enjoys freelancing in the area.

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