Dr. Wendy Case has performed all over the world as a chamber musician and recitalist. She has collaborated with prestigious musicians such as David Finckel, Amir Eldan, Kirsten Docter, Soovin Kim, and ensembles including the Blossom Festival (Cleveland Orchestra), and the American Symphony. Her passionate performances have been heard on NPR, in Carnegie Hall, the National Opera Center, the Kimmel Center, and Severance Hall. She studied at the University of Michigan, the Cleveland Institute of Music, and the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Her most influential teachers include Andrew Jennings, Yehonatan Berick, Philip Setzer (Emerson Quartet), Soovin Kim, Hai Xin Wu, and William Preucil.
Dr. Case currently serves on the music faculty of Berry College, Covenant College, and Chattanooga State. She performs with Kolkata Classics, the Ensemble of Variable Geometry (a chamber ensemble dedicated to premiering new compositions), the Knoxville Symphony, the Chattanooga Symphony, and the Nashville Opera. Her current projects include several recording endeavors and a series of articles on the interplay of advanced string technique and acoustical physics. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, painting, and spending time with friends.