Royce Lassley, violinist and teacher, continues to impress audiences with seasoned, inspired performances. Since Lassley started violin lessons at the late age of 13, he has had instruction from many of the greatest teachers and performers in the U.S. – from William Preucil to Stephen Clapp and Marilyn McDonald, as well as abroad in Vienna, Austria as a Cherrington Global Scholar with Polish concert violinist Barbara Gorzynska.
Royce is currently pursuing his Master of Music degree at the University of Miami Frost School of Music studying with Scott Flavin. Following his studies at the Lamont School of Music, where he studied with Yumi Hwang-Williams, Royce completed his Bachelor of Music degree at Brigham Young University, where he studied with Dr. LeeAnn Morgan.
Royce has had extensive experience performing music of all styles (chamber, orchestral, and solo). After performing in the festival orchestra for the International Lyric Academy in Viterbo, Italy during the summer of 2011, Royce has developed a love of opera.
Royce is a two-time grant recipient of the Koch Cultural Trust Foundation. He is also featured in the Chronicle of Higher Education.