Violinist Marina Kifferstein is a performer, educator, and experimenter living in New York City. She is a full time member of TAK, the Nouveau Classical Project, and the Rhythm Method, and has performed with a wide range of ensembles and organizations in the US and internationally.
Outside the realm of performance, she writes for a number of online music criticism outlets including Q2 Music and I CARE IF YOU LISTEN, and curates a concert series called Vox Hebraica. Marina holds a Masters degree in contemporary performance from the Manhattan School of Music, where she was the recipient of a full scholarship in the studios of Curtis Macomber and Laurie Smukler. She received a BM in Violin Performance and a BA in English with a Creative Writing Concentration from Oberlin College and Conservatory, where she was a student of Milan Vitek.
For more information, visit www.marinakifferstein.com.