Violinist Claire Bourg has appeared as a soloist and chamber musician in many of the world’s leading venues, such as Carnegie Hall, Chicago’s Orchestra Hall, Kimmel Center, and Jordan Hall. Most recently, she was a soloist with the Camerata Bern in Hannover, as part of the Joachim International Violin Competition. Ms. Bourg was granted the 2021 Luminarts Fellowship, awarded second prize at the 2020 Barbash J.S. Bach Competition, and winner of the New England Conservatory Competition. She performs regularly with Jupiter Symphony Chamber Players, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, Music for Food, Chameleon Arts Ensemble, Curtis on Tour and currently serves as concertmaster of Symphony in C. A passionate chamber musician, Claire has attended festivals such as Marlboro, Yellow Barn, Ravinia, Taos, among others. A native of Chicago, Ms. Bourg’s primary teachers have been Miriam Fried, Pamela Frank and Arnold Steinhardt at both the New England Conservatory and the Curtis Institute of Music. Currently, she is a student of Joseph Lin at the Juilliard School, where she holds a Kovner Fellowship. Claire currently performs on a violin by Zosimo Bergonzi of Cremona, c. 1770 on generous loan through Guarneri Hall NFP and Darnton & Hersh Fine Violins, Chicago.