Ms. Savignon, violinist, has served as the Assistant Principal Second Violin of the Charlotte Symphony. She has participated is several recordings with the Houston Symphony under the direction of Christoph Eschenbach, while serving as a substitute player with the orchestra. She was a regular player with the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra, currently serves as associate concertmaster of the Pennsylvania Center Orchestra, and is a member of the Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic.
Ms. Savignon performs with the Master Chorale of Washington at the Kennedy Center in D.C., as well as the National Cathedral Choral Society Orchestra. Ms. Savignon served on the faculties of both Penn State University and Juniata College, and has maintained a full private studio of students for the past 8 years.
Ms. Savignon studied in France, at the renowned Conservatoire National in Dijon, where she was awarded First Prize of the Jury by a unanimous vote. While in Europe, Ms Savignon was profiled on several occasions by National French television and featured in live performances and interviews.
She completed her academic Baccalaureate Degree in France with honors. In the United States, she studied with Josef Gingold at Indiana University, she then completed both the Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees in violin performance at Rice University under the tutelage of Sergiu Luca and Kathleen Winkler.