Victoria Wolf Lewis, violin, is a New York-based orchestra and chamber musician, and a recent member of the Sarasota Opera Orchestra in Florida. This past summer, Victoria performed at the Medocino Music Festival as part of the Emerging Artists series. Past solo appearances include Vivaldi’s Winter with Orquestra De Camara Galega in Santiago de Compostella in Spain, as well as performances at the Sale Apollinee of Teatro la Fenice in Venice. Ms. Lewis performed with the Ensemble for Romantic Music in April 2016 at BAM Fisher Theater, of which the NY Times wrote: “But the real stars are the musicians […] playing rapturous accounts of Prokofiev, Rachmaninoff and Shostakovich”. Victoria received the Rapaport Fellowship and the Dolan Prize while an undergraduate at Columbia University. At Cleveland Institute of Music (M.M. 2015), she was selected for the Advanced Piano Trio Program directed by Sharon Robinson. Victoria has also performed at Keshet Eilon Violin Mastercourse, Bowdoin International Music Festival, and Banff String and Winds Masterclass. Principle teachers include Laurie Smukler, Joan Kwuon, and Garrett Fischbach. Victoria currently teaches at The Lawrence Eisman Center for Preparatory Studies at Queens College.