Bio: Paul Lundin is currently living in SE Michigan, where he is a freelance violinist. He studied at the University of Iowa, where he earned Bachelor and Masters Degrees in Violin Performance. While living in Wisconsin, he performed with the Milwaukee Ballet Orchestra, Waukesha, and Green Bay Symphonies and held the post of Concertmaster for the Racine Symphony from May of 2000 until 2008. In addition to performing, he was a sabbatical replacement at the University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point (2001) and was an adjunct instructor at Concordia University in Mequon, Wisconsin, for eight years. Formerly, he was a full-time member of the Shreveport Symphony Orchestra from 1992-1999, was on the faculty of Northwestern State University and Centenary College, and Concertmaster of the Longview (Texas) Symphony. He received critical acclaim as a soloist in Longview, playing Erich Korngold’s “Concerto for Violin and Orchestra” in 1998. Mr. Lundin is a native of Upper Michigan, where he continues a musical presence as Director of Strings on the Bay, a professional chamber music series sponsored by Bay de Noc Community College in Escanaba, Michigan. This, in conjunction with the Manistique Community Concert Committee Summer Concert Series, is a post he has held since 1994.