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Natalie Rose Kress

Violin, Baroque Violin

Praised by the New York Times for her “splendid playing,” Natalie Rose Kress is a Baroque violinist based in Washington, D.C.. Recent highlights include winning the Mercury Chamber Orchestra Fellowship and the English Concert in America Fellowship, as well as performing the world premiere of Leonard Bernstein’s “Music for String Quartet” (written in 1936) at Tanglewood. As a period violinist, she performs as a founding member of Quartet Salonnières, Musicivic Baroque, Relic Ensemble, as a core member of Repast Baroque, and as the concertmaster of La Grande Bande. She can be seen playing with groups such as The Handel and Haydn Society, the Washington Bach Consort, The English Concert, Opera Lafayette, and Les Arts Florissants. A graduate of Stony Brook University and Juilliard, she is currently a doctoral student at the University of Maryland with a focus on historical performance and pedagogy.

This Artist performs in the following events:

Legacies, Paris Import-Export, Viennese Melodrama

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