Victoria Luperi is the associate principal clarinet of the Pittsburgh Symphony and regularly performs in the Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestra. Ms. Luperi has appeared as a soloist with the Pittsburgh Symphony, Fort Worth Symphony, Winnipeg Symphony, Madison Symphony and the Córdoba Symphony Orchestra. A devoted chamber musician, Ms. Luperi has collaborated with members of the Emerson, Vermeer, and Guarneri Quartets, and performed at the Marlboro, Mimir and Oregon Bach Festivals. Ms. Luperi is a graduate of The Curtis Institute of Music, where she studied with Donald Montanaro. She has served as Lecturer at the University of Texas at Austin and Adjunct Faculty at Texas Christian University. Ms. Luperi is a Vandoren Artist and Clinician, and a Buffet Group USA Performing Artist. She proudly served in the research and development team of Buffet Crampon’s new clarinet model, the Tradition. Ms. Luperi is married to PSO associate conductor Andrés Franco."