Violinist Teddy Wiggins is a member of the New Jersey Symphony and an alumnus of the New World Symphony in Miami Beach. He has performed with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, Verbier Festival Orchestra, Grant Park Symphony Orchestra, and many others. Often in principal roles, Mr. Wiggins has played under the world’s leading conductors, including Michael Tilson Thomas, Roberto Abbado, John Williams, and Xian Zhang.
His enthusiasm for chamber music and studio recording has kept Mr. Wiggins active across North America. He was a founding member of the Toronto-based Annex Quartet, and performed with them alongside the Kronos Quartet in a program of contemporary music at Carnegie Hall. In 2021, Mr. Wiggins joined the Willy Street Chamber Players (WSCP) as a core member for their summer concert series in Madison, WI. As a freelance musician, Mr. Wiggins has explored and taken interest in a wide variety of musical genres. He has collaborated with artists such as Ed Sheeran, Andrea Bocelli, The Eagles, Regina Spektor, Kanye West, Ledisi, and Measha Brueggergosman. Based in Seattle, he is a frequent performer with the North Corner Chamber Orchestra (NOCCO) and the Seattle Candlelight concert series.
Mr. Wiggins is a proud graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and The Glenn Gould School at The Royal Conservatory in Toronto. He is grateful for his principal teachers, who include Paul Kantor, Felicia Moye, Kelly Barr, and Winifred Crock.