Adjunct Instructor, String Bass
Creative Arts Center
Margot Hamilton is adjunct double bass professor and string methods instructor. She holds a Master of Music degree in Performance from Michigan State University and a Bachelor of Music in Performance from North Carolina School of the Arts.
Previous teaching experience includes the Flint Institute of Music in Flint, Michigan and the Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp located in Twin Lake, Michigan.
Ms. Hamilton currently freelances in the Dayton area. She has held positions with the Richmond Symphony Orchestra, Flint Symphony Orchestra, Lansing Symphony Orchestra, Winston-Salem Symphony Orchestra, Greensboro Symphony Orchestra, Western Piedmont Symphony Orchestra, and the Fairfax Symphony Orchestra. She has also performed with other orchestras such as the Dayton Philharmonic, West Virginia Symphony, Lexington Philharmonic, Michigan Opera Theater, Toledo Symphony, Kalamazoo Symphony, Ann Arbor Symphony, South Bend Symphony, North Carolina Symphony, and the International Music Program of the North Carolina School of the Arts.
Ms. Hamilton was a finalist in the American String Teachers Association Competition and the North Carolina School of the Arts Concerto Competition. Her primary teachers were H. Stevens Brewster, Robert Oppelt, Lynn Peters, and Winston Budrow.
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