Adjunct faculty

Violin and Viola

Fabrice Bouquery Dharamraj is currently the Adjunct Professor of Violin and Viola at Wake Forest University. He is also the Orchestra Director at both Meadowlark and Lewisville Middle Schools in the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools. Mr. Dharamraj holds a Bachelor of Music degree in violin performance from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, (UNCSA) where he studied with Elaine Richey. He continued his studies at the Cleveland Institute of Music (CIM) receiving a Master of Music degree studying with Linda Cerone. He has studied with Dr. John Fadial at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) having taken classes in the Doctor of Musical Arts program. He earned a NC teaching license with the education program at Western Carolina University (WCU) and earned a NC Principals License with a Graduate School Leadership Certificate from Appalachian State University.

As a performing violinist, Mr. Dharamraj holds positions as Associate Concertmaster of the Greensboro Symphony and Principal 2nd Violin of the Winston-Salem Symphony. He frequently performs with many ensembles in the region including the North Carolina and Charlotte Symphonies. As an educator, he has held numerous teaching positions include Director of the Premiere Strings, an ensemble from the Winston-Salem Symphony Youth orchestra program and teaching at the St. Mary’s Music Academy in High Point, North Carolina, Arts at Grace Episcopal in Lexington, North Carolina, elementary through high school music throughout NC, and at UNCSA, Salem College, Appalachian State University, and Elon University.

Past performing violinist positions include the ensembles of Western Piedmont in Hickory, NC, Salisbury, NC, Carolina Chamber, Akron, Canton, and Youngtown, Ohio symphony orchestras.