Camilla Dolores Wicks is an American violinist and one of the first female violinists to establish a great international career. His performing career includes solo appearances with major European and American symphony orchestras, including the New York Philharmonic, the Philadelphia Orchestra, and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
|Birth name||Camilla Dolores Wicks|
|Born||August 09, 1928, Long Beach, California, US|
|Died||November 25, 2020, Weston, Florida, US|
|Labels||Capitol, Music & Arts, Biddulph and Simax|
|IMDb||Camilla Wicks's IMDb|
One of the first women to have an international career as a violinist.
She was born to a violinist father and pianist mother and debuted at the Long Beach Municipal Auditorium when she was seven; she studied at the Juilliard School.
She taught at multiple universities in the United States, including Rice University and the University of Michigan.
She married her first husband in 1951 and had five children with him.
Like Yehudi Menuhin, she also studied with Louis Persinger.
- Musicians from Long Beach, California
- Faculty of Louisiana State University
- American classical violinist
- Faculty of Rice University
- Classical violinists of the 20th century TM_VZ! 21st century classical violinist
Latest information about Camilla Wicks updated on June 07 2021.