Chloe FedorExpertise: Violin
Beginning her musical journey at age three with a macaroni box disguised as a violin, South Florida native Chloe Fedor has since acquired a more sophisticated instrument and gone on to perform throughout the Americas, Asia, and Europe. She received her 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.
She is a recipient of Juilliard’s Morse Teaching Fellowship, Instrumental Music Program Fellowship and the Gluck Community Service Fellowship, which reflect her special interest in reaching out to the community, both through teaching and interactive performances. An avid gut-string enthusiast, Chloe has come forward publicly admitting her support of the historical performance movement; this year she returns to Juilliard as a Baroque violinist in the Historical Performance Program.