About Ms. Basia Danilow
Violinist Basia Danilow enjoys a diverse musical life encompassing chamber music, recording, orchestral and solo performances in the U.S. and abroad. A winner of the Artists International Competition she has appeared in recital at Lincoln Center, Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Merkin Hall and the Kosciuszko Foundation as well as in the former Yugoslavia and Russia. Ms Danilow enjoyed performing, touring and recording and coaching as a member of the internationally acclaimed Lark Quartet for eleven years, appearing in many of the world’s great cultural centers and festivals including, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, The Library Of Congress, The Freer Gallery in Washington DC, London’s Wigmore Hall, Kammermusik Festival, Lockenhaus, Schleswig Holstein, Mostly Mozart, Istanbul Frstival, Wolftrap and The Beethoven Festival in Moscow. Basia is concertmaster of the Princeton Symphony Orchestra often appearing as soloist, a member of the Orchestra of St. Luke’s and an Associate member of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Radio and television broadcasts include WQXR, APM’s (NPR’s) “Performance Today”, Vermont Public Radio and PBS. She regularly appears at numerous festivals such as Caramoor, Central Vermont Chamber Music Festival, Windham and the International Summer Institute at the Moscow Conservatory. Additionally, Ms Danilow has performed and recorded with popular artists such as, Tony Bennett, Lady Gaga, The Eagles, Barbara Cook, Reba McEntire, Bono and Sting among others. She can be heard on the Sony, Atlantic, RCA Victor Red Seal and Bridge Records labels.