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Alumni & Touring Artists

At the Heifetz Institute, we are honored to have worked with many of the leading young musicians in the world throughout our 20+ years. From competition winners and superb soloists to educators, innovators, and trailblazers, browse the extensive lists of recent alumni and Artists in Residence, and meet the ambassadors of the Heifetz ethos who represent the vanguard of concert music.

Matthew Cohen

Matthew Cohen

Viola

Benjamin Fried

Benjamin Fried

Cello

Zlatomir Fung

Zlatomir Fung

Cello

Andrew Gonzalez

Andrew Gonzalez

Viola

Wynton Grant

Wynton Grant

Violin

Ismael Guerrero

Ismael Guerrero

Cello

Chad Hoopes

Chad Hoopes

Violin

Katharina Kang

Katharina Kang

Violin

Chloé Kiffer

Chloé Kiffer

Violin

Thomas Mesa

Thomas Mesa

Cello

Mo Mo

Mo Mo

Cello

Noémie Raymond-Friset

Noémie Raymond-Friset

Cello

Eric Silberger

Eric Silberger

Violin

Ji-Won Song

Ji-Won Song

Violin

Madison Vest

Madison Vest

Violin

Rachell Wong

Rachell Wong

Violin

Alumni News

Just recently, two of our most accomplished young alums – Rachell Ellen Wong and Zlatomir Fung – have been awarded 2020 Avery Fisher Career Grants, administered by New York’s Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. In many respects, this is the most prestigious award a young musician can receive; beyond the $25,000 cash prize, it is the highest seal of approval imaginable from a selection committee that reads like a veritable who’s who of performing-arts professionals in the US. Rachell and Zlatomir’s honors now bring the number of Heifetz Institute alums to win Avery Fisher grants to five, not to mention Nicholas Kitchen and the Borromeo Quartet, who were named Fisher Grant winners in 2007. Read more.

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