William Fedkenheuer has over two decades experience in performing, teaching, and personal and professional development. Currently the second violinist of the Miró Quartet and a former member of the Fry Street and Borromeo Quartets, Fedkenheuer has performed as a soloist and chamber musician at Carnegie Hall, Esterhazy Castle, Suntory Hall, and the Taipei National University of the Arts. He’s been featured on NPR, PBS, NHK, and the Discovery Channel, as well as in Strings and Strad magazines and, with the Borromeo Quartet, received Lincoln Center’s Martin E. Segal Award. Fedkenheuer teaches at the University of Texas at Austin’s Butler School of Music and oversees its Young Professional String Quartet Program. He is an active consultant and professional development coach.