She is a
violinist and concertmaster who has performed as an orchestra member and
chamber musician and took studies at the Juilliard School of Music’s
Pre-College Division. During
her time at Juilliard she was the winner of their Concerto Competition and performed
as concertmaster of the school’s orchestra for two years.
In 1992 she
performed at the pre-professional division of the America String Teachers
Association Competition where she was awarded the Grand Prize.
She went on to
take further studies at the Curtis Institute of Music where she also
performed with their symphony orchestra as second violinist followed by
concertmaster. Her time there
also saw her being employed by the Philadelphia Orchestra as a substitute musician. She graduated from Curtis with a
bachelor’s degree in 1997 and the same year that she became a member
of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
Her time with
the BSO, which saw her become Assistant Concertmaster in 2001, has also seen
her performing as Assistant Concertmaster with the Boston Pops Orchestra.
In 2009 she played
on the first American performance of CPE Bach’s Sonatina
for Glass Harmonica and Strings with the Boston Artists Ensemble.
several recordings during her career to date her work can be heard on
albums that include America, Chris Botti: Live in Boston, Holiday Pops, The Latin Album,
My Favorite Things: A Richard Rodgers Album
and A Splash of Pops by the
Boston Pops Orchestra, Vaughan
Williams: Fantasia, Symphony No. 5 with the Curtis Symphony Orchestra
and Slumber by Jana McCall.
Very much in
demand as a guest artist she has been booked to perform at the Mother’s
Night Out concert with the Cape Ann Symphony in May 2012.
With Voices Raised (Lynn
Conductor - Keith Lockhart
Tenor - Jason Danieley
RCA 63516 (CD: A Splash of Pops)