Amanda Schubert, violinist with the Waco Symphony Orchestra

Tenured Musicians

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Amanda Schubert

Amanda Schubert studied violin with her father, Lacy McLarry, from age three through college, receiving a bachelor’s degree in violin performance from Oklahoma City University. She holds a master’s degree in violin performance from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she studied with Norman Paulu and trained extensively with the Pro Arte String Quartet. Mrs. Schubert holds a teaching certificate from the Talent Education Research Institute, Matsumoto, Japan, where she studied with Shinichi Suzuki.

Mrs. Schubert was a member of the Honolulu Symphony Orchestra for eighteen seasons. For fourteen years, she served on the violin faculty of the Brevard Music Center summer music festival in North Carolina. Mrs. Schubert currently performs with the Waco Symphony Orchestra, Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra, and Temple Symphony Orchestra, and is the violist of the Temple Symphony String Quartet. Mrs. Schubert has taught violin for many years and is a Suzuki Teacher Trainer. She has served on the faculty of the Central Texas String Academy since 2009.

Mrs. Schubert’s musical studies and performances have taken her to Europe, Canada, Mexico, Japan, and China. As soloist she has performed with the Oklahoma Symphony Orchestra, the New Lyric String Quartet, and the Xalapa State Orchestra in Mexico.