Currently a resident in Tucson Arizona, Emily Nolan has become a violinist in high demand. She is currently pursuing a doctoral degree at the University of Arizona in Violin Performance, under the direction of Lauren Roth. Emily received her master’s degree from the University of Arizona, while studying with Mark Rush.  For her undergraduate studies, she attended the University of Connecticut and received a Bachelor’s of Music in Violin Performance. She studied under Dr. Theodore Arm during her attendance at the University of Connecticut. Emily has also studied with other world-renowned musicians during various master classes and festivals, including the Juilliard String Quartet, Ani Kavafian (Yale University), the Pacifica Quartet, the Orion String Quartet, and Martin Beaver (Tokyo String Quartet). Emily is an active musician at the University of Arizona as co-concertmaster of the Arizona Symphony Orchestra, Arizona Opera Orchestra, and a member of the Danielson Graduate String Quartet.  Emily has become an established violinist in Arizona by playing with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra, Phoenix Symphony Orchestra, True Concord (formerly known as Tucson Chamber Artists), and the St Andrew's Bach Society. True Concord released their first CD while giving their premiere performance in New York City, at the Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center in September 2015.