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Charles F Stegeman, Masters of Music

Affiliations: 
1989- Performance The Mary Pappert School of Music at Duquesne University 
Area:
Violin Performance and Teaching
Website:
https://www.duq.edu/academics/faculty/charles-stegeman
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Bio:

Canadian born Charles Stegeman, violin, made his recital debut at age seven in Banff (Alberta, Canada) with Boris Roubakine (pianist of Hubay) and debuted as soloist with the Banff Festival Orchestra at age nine. He was awarded a full scholarship to attend the Curtis Institute of Music at the age of 13 where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree by the age of 20, including academic coursework at prestigious Haverford College. Stegeman continued his formal music education at the Juilliard School where he earned a Masters Degree of Music Performance and worked towards an Artist Diploma. Stegeman’s teachers include: Esther Glazer, Paul Stassevitch, Ivan Galamian, Nathan Milstein, Jaime Laredo, David Cerone, Paul Makanovitsky, Joseph Gingold, Dorothy Delay, Zvi Zeitlin, Joseph Fuchs, Stuart Canin, and Sally Thomas.
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Paul Makanowitzky grad student 1968-1973 Curtis Institute of Music
Jaime Laredo grad student 1973-1975 Curtis Institute of Music
Ivan Galamian grad student 1975-1977 Julliard
 (Switched to Joseph Fuchs after 2 years)
Sally Thomas grad student 1975-1977 The Juilliard School
Joseph Fuchs grad student 1977-1979 Juilliard School of Music
Nathan Milstien grad student 1977-1981
Stuart Canin grad student 1981-1985 Music Academy of the West