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Tim Fain

Avery Fisher Career Grant winning violinist Tim Fain was seen in the hit film Black Swan. International solo engagements include the Phillip Glass Ensemble, Baltimore Symphony with Marin Alsop, the Hague and Mexico City philharmonics, Orchestra of St Luke’s, Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra, Ravinia Festival, the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, the Kennedy Center and Carnegie Hall. Recipient of the Young Concert Artists International Award, he has toured with Musicians from Marlboro and the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. His latest recording is River of Light (Naxos 8.559662). He plays a 1717 Francesco Gobetti, the “Moller”, lent by Clem and Karen Arrison and the Stradivari Society.


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