Office: M309 Scales Fine Arts Center
FABRICE DHARAMRAJ, violin, was born in Chartres, France and started playing the violin at the age of 5. He now holds a B.M. from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, (UNCSA) where he studied with the late Elaine Richey. He continued his studies at the Cleveland Institute of Music (CIM) receiving an M.M. with Linda Cerone, has taken doctoral music classes at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) with Dr. John Fadial, and education courses at Western Carolina University (WCU).
Fabrice has taught and performed throughout the United States and Europe but is in particular demand in North Carolina. Performing engagements include Associate Concertmaster of the Greensboro Symphony, Principal Second Violin of the Winston-Salem Symphony, and frequent performances with many other ensembles in the region including the North Carolina Symphony.
As a teacher, Fabrice is currently on the adjunct faculty of Wake Forest University, and is the music teacher at Old Town Elementary School in the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools. Mr. Dharamraj has been on the faculty of St. Mary’s Music Academy in High Point, NC, Arts at Grace Episcopal in Lexington, NC, Jefferson Middle, Diggs Elementary, the Community Music School (of UNCSA), Salem College Community Music School, Appalachian State University, Elon University, and the After School Strings Program of the Salisbury Symphony/ Rowan County Schools.
Fabrice currently resides in Winston-Salem with his wife and violinist Ewa Gondek Dharamraj, son Nicholas, and his cat Ziggy. He loves to attend concerts and watch movies, and is a big sports fan.