Sabrina Tabby

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Sabrina Tabby — violin


Violinist Sabrina Tabby, from Philadelphia, began violin at age 6, in addition to piano and ballet lessons. She developed a fondness for chamber music at a very young age, playing regularly with her twin sister, a cellist. She has been featured on National Public Radio’s From the Top radio series and television show from Carnegie Hall, and competed consecutive years at the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition. A fourth year student at Bard College Conservatory in Laurie Smukler’s studio, Tabby has enjoyed her time there performing as concert master of the conservatory orchestra, in string quartets and piano trios, as well as in baroque and new music ensembles. She has had opportunities to perform across four continents. This past summer, she traveled to China with the Bard Music Festival Tour and to Venezuela to teach and perform at the first annual Festival de Música de Colón. In January she toured Central Europe playing chamber concerts with the Bard Conservatory. Tabby is also working toward a second degree in French studies and spent the fall semester abroad studying at La Sorbonne in Paris.

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