Chloe Fedor


Transcending her humble musical beginnings involving a macaroni box disguised as a violin, Chloe Fedor has since received critical acclaim by the New York Times for her “lovely, plush, seductive tone” and has performed throughout America, Asia, and Europe. An avid gut string enthusiast, she is a recent recipient of a second Master of Music Degree in The Juilliard School’s Historical Performance Program, during which she has performed as soloist for Beethoven’s Romance in F Major and served as concertmaster for performances of J.S. Bach’s St. Matthew Passion and Handel’s La Resurrezione. She received her first Master of Music Degree from the Juilliard School and her Bachelor of Music Degree from the Eastman School of Music, where she won the 2008 concerto competition and served as a concertmaster for four years.

Miss Fedor is a recipient of Juilliard’s Morse Fellowship and the Gluck Community Service Fellowship, which reflect her special interest in reaching out to the community at large, both through teaching and interactive performances. She is also a faculty member of Opportunity Music Project, a program that provides free lessons for children from low income families. Fedor’s dedication to community enrichment has taken her as far as Kingston, Jamaica in a set of performances that raised money for The Missionaries of the Poor. In January 2013, she participated in chamber music performances of music by Nubian composer Hamza el Din as well as transcriptions of traditional folk music from the Republic of Tunisia in an effort to break cultural boundaries. Miss Fedor is one of ten graduates to receive the Juilliard Career Advancement Fellowship, and she enthusiastically continues her music making from her New York City base. In the summer of 2015, Fedor is scheduled to play J.S. Bach’s Concerto for Two Violins with Monica Huggett.

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