Clara Fuhrman
(She/Her) Doctor of Musical Arts in Violin Performance. Master of Music from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. Professional Certificate in nonprofit business from Cornell. Experienced and highly motivated educator, writer, marketer, administrator, and performing artist with demonstrated success in the classical music industry as well as in higher education. Advocate for education in the performing arts. Skilled in nonprofit organizations, management, team leadership, music education, and public speaking, with a proficiency in Spanish.
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Clara Fuhrman

Clara Fuhrman recently graduated with her Doctor of Musical Arts degree in violin performance from the University of Oregon, and with a professional certificate in finance and nonprofit management from the SC Johnson College of Business at Cornell University. Dr. Fuhrman also holds a Master of Music degree in violin performance from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, as well as a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Puget Sound, where she graduated with honors in the performance major and received the university’s prestigious Roderick MacArthur Award for her undergraduate thesis. Dr. Fuhrman also holds an Advanced International Certificate of Education from the University of Cambridge. Dr. Fuhrman performs with the Eugene Symphony Orchestra, Oregon Mozart Players, the Sunriver Music Festival, and Eugene Opera in Eugene, OR. Dr. Fuhrman was a featured presenter at the 2022 American String Teachers’ Association (ASTA) National Conference in Atlanta, GA. She has attended the Eastern Music Festival within the prestigious string fellow program, the Aspen Music Festival, the Brevard Music Festival, and the Montecito International Music Festival, where she was featured as soloist with the Montecito Festival Orchestra in Los Angeles, CA. Her writing about violin playing and teaching is frequently featured on, and she is a regular adjudicator for the Oregon Music Education Association. Her major teachers include Ian Swensen, Fritz Gearhart, and Maria Sampen.