Charrine Liu-Maddox, Violin

Charrine Liu-Maddox is a violinist and violist from Ellicott City, Maryland. She received her undergraduate degree at the Cleveland Institute of Music as a student of Stephen Rose, Kathleen Winkler, and William Preucil. Charrine went on to receive her graduate degree at the Peabody Institute at Johns Hopkins University as a student of Rebecca Henry and Judith Ingolfsson. She is currently a Doctor of Musical Arts candidate at the University of Minnesota, studying with Sally O’Reilly. Charrine began her musical studies at the age of 11 as a student of Ivan Stefanovic. As an avid chamber musician, Charrine’s groups have trained with members of the Cleveland, Brentano, Harlem, Cavani, and Audubon String Quartets.

In addition to her quartet engagements, Charrine regularly performs with the Inscape Chamber Orchestra in the Washington D.C. area. In 2021, she was part of a recording project for composer Ulysses Kay’s “The Quiet One” film score on the Naxos label with Inscape: then in 2024, the ensemble debuted Clarice Assad’s Lilith piano concerto with soloist Inna Falks at the National Gallery of Art in D.C. Charrine has served as a principal player of the Cleveland Institute of Music Orchestra, and at the National Orchestral Institute and Festival Orchestra where she was a fellow in 2018 and 2019. Additionally, she served as a fellowship coordinator for the Classical Tahoe Festival in 2022.

Charrine is a devoted teacher of violin and viola, having maintained active studios in Cleveland, Ohio; Ellicott City, Maryland; and now Minnetonka, Minnesota. Throughout her graduate studies, Charrine was heavily involved in the pedagogy program at the Peabody Institute, working closely with students in the Peabody Preparatory department.

In her free time, Charrine loves to work out, shop, and go on adventures with her husband, Julian, and her son, Theodore.


Event Archive