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 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 Rezurrezione.
Chloe performs with Clarion Music Society, New York Baroque Incorporated, the Sebastians and Trinity Baroque Orchestra, and as part of the Bach Society of Charleston and Oregon Bach Festival, where she played J.S. Bach’s Concerto for Two Violins as soloist alongside Monica Huggett last season. Other highlights include participation in Dans les Jardins de William Christie in Thiré, France and Festival Oude Muziek in Utrecht, Netherlands. Chloe has also performed with ACRONYM, Concert Royal at St. Thomas, Opera Lafayette, and Princeton Pro Musica, among others.