Tracy Gibson Dunlop is thrilled to return to her home state of Michigan after being involved with many musical adventures throughout the U.S. and abroad.
Her appointments have included: Concertmaster of the Rockford Symphony (Illinois), Associate Concertmaster of the Elgin Symphony in Chicago, Associate Concertmaster of the Tacoma Symphony (Washington), the Chicago Chamber Orchestra, and as Concertmaster of ATP Dodger Broadway Productions of New York, Principal 2nd violinist of the Knoxville Symphony (Tennessee), Principal 2nd violinist of the Spokane Symphony(Washington), and has been a member of the Oregon Ballet Theater, the Chicago Opera, the Nashville Chamber Orchestra, the Bear Valley Festival (California), and the Waterloo Festival (New Jersey).
Outside of the United States, Tracy was a member of the 11-member string ensemble New American Chamber Orchestra, based in Granada, Spain. With NACO, Tracy performed in many major European concert venues and music festivals, including Barcelona’s Grec Festival, Finland’s Korsholm Festival, France’s Priory of Chirens Chamber Music Festival, and Sweden’s Uppsala Festival, as well as performing at the Philharmonic Hall in Berlin and Sall Pleyel in Paris.
Most recently, Tracy was Adjunct Professor of Violin at Gonzaga University, Assistant Concertmaster of the Spokane Symphony, Concertmaster of the Spokane Opera, Violinist of the Spokane String Quartet, and founding memeber of Tango Volcado and Tedesca Ensemble. Tracy currently teaches at U of M-Flint, performs with Flint Symphony, Saginaw Symphony and is a 14-year member of the prestigious Grand Teton Music Festival in Teton Village, Wyoming.