Audra Claire McCall
An alumni of Charleston Academy of Music (CAM), Audra Claire McCall is a native of Charleston, South Carolina. She began doing public violin performances at age 5. Since then she has done solos with symphonies around the state including the Civic Metropolitan Orchestra, the Southcoast Symphony, the Charleston Symphony Orchestra, and the Hilton Head Symphony.

She had been a soloist in multiple concerts with the College of Charleston Concert Series, the Drayton Hall Plantation Candlelight Concert Series, the Friday Night with the Classics Series, the Emily Remington Concert Series, the Millennium Music Spotlight Concert Series, the Hilton Head Symphony Musicale, and the Charleston First Night Concert Series.
Audra Claire attended the Aspen Music Festival and School for eight years where she did several performances for the Young Artist Concert Series. She was also the co-concertmaster of the Youth Orchestra of the Lowcountry. In 2008 she won the Charleston Symphony Orchestra League Concerto Competition. In the same year she also soloed with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra for the opening of the Spoleto Festival International. Audra Claire concurrently studied with Paul Kantor of Rice University for eight years and Amos Laurence, the former assistant concertmaster of the Charleston Symphony, for eleven years.