Ines Voglar

Adult Chamber Music Camp Faculty - Violin

Violinist Inés Voglar was born to a Slovenian family in Venezuela, studied music under the program "El Sistema" and came to the United States in 1996 to complete her undergraduate and graduate studies from Duquesne University and Carnegie Mellon University, respectively, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Before Joining the Oregon Symphony in 2004, she played two seasons with the Pittsburgh Symphony as an extra musician. In September of 2012, Inés won a national audition for the title chair of Assistant Principal Second Violin with the Oregon Symphony. She is a member of Portland-based new music ensemble FearNoMusic and for six years she served as Artistic Director. Currently, Inés is a faculty member at the Oregon State University Chamber Music Workshop and Portland Summer Ensembles, and serves as concertmaster of the Astoria Music Festival Orchestra, regularly performing chamber music around Portland and Oregon. Her most influential violin teachers have been Roberto Valdes and Andrés Cárdenes.