With a passion for creative problem solving, making music accessible to audiences, and arts administration, violinist Sarah Zahorodni (she/her) puts her whole heart into every artistic endeavor she pursues. Her holistic approach to the arts, strong interest in collaboration, and love for chamber music, both as a violinist and violist, has presented opportunities to play in local communities as well as countries including Ukraine, Hong Kong, South Korea, and Italy.
Sarah has participated in festivals both domestically and internationally, including Decoda Skidmore Chamber Music Institute in Saratoga Springs, NY, Promisek Bach+ Festival in Bridgewater, CT, Credo Music Festival in Oberlin, Ohio, the Global String Program in Boston, Massachusetts, International Music Festival of the Adriatic in Duino, Italy, and Music Adventure in Sienna, Italy. She has also participated in master classes with Paul Kantor, Inrena Muresanu, Benjamin Klemme, Borromeo Quartet, Parker Quartet, Lee Trio, and Lionsgate Trio.
Sarah began studying violin at the age of ten and has earned a M.M. in String Performance at Boston Conservatory at Berklee and a B.M. in Violin Performance with a minor in Innovation & Social Enterprise from Gordon College. Her primary teachers have included Katie Lansdale, Sarita Kwok, and Katalin Viszmeg.
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