Lauded by the New York Times as a “brilliant soloist” and by The Strad for her “marvellous and lyrical playing,” violinist Emilie-Anne Gendron enjoys a versatile career based in NYC. She is a member of Orpheus, the Momenta Quartet, and since 2011, the Marlboro Music Festival and Musicians from Marlboro. Ms. Gendron also appears with Talea Ensemble, A Far Cry, New Asia Chamber Music Society, and Orchestra of St. Luke’s. In addition to frequently leading Orpheus, she has served as concertmaster of Iris Collective, Sejong, and Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, among others. She is a founding member of Ensemble Échappé, a new-music sinfonietta, and Gamut Bach Ensemble, in residence with the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society.

A dual citizen of the U.S. and Canada, Ms. Gendron was trained at Juilliard where her teachers were Won-Bin Yim, Dorothy DeLay, David Chan, and Hyo Kang. She holds a B.A. in Classics from Columbia (magna cum laude and with Phi Beta Kappa honors), and a Master of Music degree and the coveted Artist Diploma from Juilliard.

Ms. Gendron plays on a 2016 Samuel Zygmuntowicz violin on loan from the Five Partners Foundation, and a 1673 Jacob Stainer violin on loan from the Englewood Chamber Players.