Karolina Radovani enjoys a varied music career as a performer and teaching artist. Ms. Radovani is the founder and violinist of Bravura Duo, a violin/bass duet passionate about researching and recording rarely performed works of the string duet repertoire. Since its inception, Bravura Duo has gained a large international following across multiple media platforms, with performance videos shared by scores of music fans as well as featured on notable podcasts and channels.
A recipient of several music and merit awards, Ms. Radovani served as assistant concertmaster of Las Colinas Symphony Orchestra for eight seasons, 2010-2018, after previously performing with numerous other ensembles in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex and beyond. She is a highly sought-after teacher and clinician, mentoring aspiring young violinists at her private studio in Allen, Texas. Many of her students have consistently received the highest ratings at various region and state events. They are scholarship and award winners as well as hold leading positions in their respective orchestras.
Ms. Radovani earned a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, summa cum laude; a Master of Music from the Cleveland Institute of Music; and an Artist Diploma from the University of North Texas, where she studied with world-renowned violinist and pedagogue, Emanuel Borok.