Musicians

Chloe Fedor Violin



Helicon Performances

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Transcending her humble musical beginnings involving a macaroni box disguised as a violin, Chloe Fedor has since received critical acclaim for her “lovely, plush, seductive tone” (The New York Times) and appears as soloist, concertmaster, and chamber musician in period ensembles throughout the country. She has performed with ACRONYM, The American Classical Orchestra, Apollo’s Fire, Bach Vespers At Holy Trinity, Clarion Music Society, Early Music New York, The English Concert, The Helicon Foundation, Musica Angelica, New York Baroque Incorporated, Oregon Bach Festival Orchestra, Quodlibet Ensemble, The Sebastians, and Trinity Wall Street Baroque Orchestra, among others. Last season, Chloe appeared on Broadway as the onstage violinist in the Shakespeare Globe’s production of Farinelli and the King, starring Sir Mark Rylance.

Chloe earned her Bachelor of Music degree from The Eastman School of Music and two Master of Music degrees from The Juilliard School, first in Violin Performance and then Historical Performance. She was a concerto competition winner at both conservatories, and was one of ten Juilliard graduates to receive the Juilliard Career Advancement Fellowship. Chloe teaches at Opportunity Music Project, a non-profit organization that provides music lessons for students from low-income families. Performances have taken her to England, France, Germany, Japan, The Netherlands, and Singapore, but Chloe enthusiastically continues performing and teaching from her New York City base.