Jeanine Wynton began violin studies at age three in Los Angeles, CA. At age five, she was featured on national television performing solo on "Real People", "Omnibus", and "That's Incredible". At eleven, Ms. Wynton made her solo debut with the Montevideo Symphony in Uruguay. |
Since then, Ms. Wynton has performed solo and chamber concerts throughout the United States, Europe, and Russia. She was a participant in the Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival in Germany, the Shira Festival in Israel, the American-Russian Young Artists Orchestra, and the New York Strings Seminar. Ms. Wynton can be heard on several recordings, such as Martin Bresnick's "My Twentieth Century" (New World Records). Ms. Wynton has extensive experience as an orchestral musician, most recently as a member of the Grant Park Symphony in Chicago in the summer of 2006. In addition to performing, Ms. Wynton is active as an educator.
She maintains a private studio and is on the faculty of Choate Rosemary Hall. Ms. Wynton is a graduate of the Yale School of Music where she studied with Erick Friedman and the Tokyo String Quartet.
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