Tai Murray, violin Acclaimed as “a fabulous player, statuesque and strong, with a flawless control of line” (The Daily Telegraph, UK), violinist Tai Murray is a rising star of her generation and is increasingly in demand for both recitals and orchestral engagements. She has performed on the stages of many of the world’s great concert halls including New York’s Carnegie Hall, and has collaborated with a wide range of conductors and instrumentalists, such as Marin Alsop, Alan Gilbert, Richard Goode, Jaime Laredo, Hannu Lintu, Dmitry Sitkovetsky, and Mitsuko Uchida. She recently made her recital début at London’s Wigmore Hall as well as appearing at the BBC Proms and with the Cincinnati and Dallas symphony orchestras, the Shanghai Symphony, London’s BBC Symphony, the BBC Scottish Symphony, the National Youth Orchestra of Venezuela, and the Danish National Symphony Orchestra.
Ms. Murray has performed as a recitalist to critical acclaim in many major cities including Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Philadelphia and London. A dedicated chamber musician, she is the newly appointed co-artistic director of chamber music at the Buck Hill- Skytop Music Festival in northeast Pennsylvania and she is also a member of the conductorless East Coast Chamber Orchestra (ECCO). Ms. Murray has been on tour numerous times with Musicians from Marlboro, and was a member of Lincoln Center’s Chamber Music Society II (2004-2006). Upcoming hamber appearances include the West Cork Festival in Bantry, Ireland, and the Mozartiade in Augsburg, Germany.
Winner of an Avery Fisher Career Grant in 2004 and a former BBC New Generation Artist (2008-2010), Ms. Murray is a native of Chicago. She studied with Yuval Yaron, Franco Gulli, and Joel Smirnoff, and is a graduate of both Indiana University and the Juilliard School. She performs on a Giovanni Tononi instrument, c. 1690.
This is her debut recording for harmonia mundi usa.