Sherèe Lutz lives in the Kansas City area preforming as a professional musician. In addition to violin, Sherèe holds a BA and an MA in Art History and works as the Project Assistant, Contemporary Art at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art .
Sherèe completed her musical studies at Baylor University where she minored in violin performance studying under Dr. Eka Gogichashvili. She played with the Baylor Symphony Orchestra for four years as well as in the founding years of the Baylor Jazz String Quartet under the tutelage of Alex Parker. Sherèe studied Suzuki violin beginning at the age of three under the instruction of her mother, and Suzuki piano at the age of five. Sherèe grew up in Wichita, Kansas, performing with her four sisters and mother at various events. Being the Wichita Youth Talent Runner-Up of 2005, she soloed with the Wichita Repertory Orchestra while also serving as concertmaster of the Wichita Youth Symphony. The same year she received the Women’s Federated Music Award.
Sherèe attended Suzuki Institute and Sound Encounters in Ottawa, Kansas, for over nine years where she studied under Alice Joy Lewis, and took master classes from various instructors. Some of Sherèe’s more noteworthy performances include with Josh Groban, at the Orpheum Theater, and at the South by Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas. She has also taught violin lessons for five years, students’ ages ranging from four years old to high school students.