Evan Vivic

Originally from Minnesota, Evan Vicic has been the Assistant Principal Violist for the Louisville Orchestra, occupying the Jacqueline R. and Theodore S. Rosky Chair, since January 2014. He frequently appears as a substitute with both the Minnesota Orchestra and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. His most recent solo engagement was a performance of Hector Berlioz’s Harold in Italy with the National Repertory Orchestra in July 2013. He was also the soloist for Nicholas Hersh’s arrangement of Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody, with the same orchestra.

Originally a violinist, Vicic switched to viola prior to attending Northwestern University to study with Dr. Roland Vamos. After attaining his Bachelor’s in Music, he continued studies at Indiana University with Stephen Wyrczynski. While at Indiana University, Vicic was selected to perform in Arnold Schoenberg’s string sextet Verklarte Nacht, with Stephen Wyrczynski and Jorja Fleezanis. Summer music festival studies include Chautauqua Summer Music Festival and National Repertory Orchestra.  Vivic is also a member of the NouLou Chamber players.