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Jonathon Winter

American violinist Dr. Jonathon Winter enjoys a diverse career as a solo, chamber, and ensemble musician across the United States and Europe. He has been a member of the Palm Beach Symphony, AIMS in Graz Festival Orchestra, Round Top Festival Orchestra, and the National Repertory Orchestra. Equally comfortable as a studio musician, Dr. Winter can be heard as concertmaster on Latin Grammy-nominated album “An Open Book” with Jorge Mejia for Sony Music, and has performed with major artists such as Jeff Beal, Kristin Chenoweth, Midori, and John Williams, among others.
Based in Boulder, Colorado, Dr. Winter is a faculty member of Boulder Suzuki Strings, performs with the Boulder Philharmonic, and has appeared with the Colorado Music Festival. He earned a Doctorate of Musical Arts degree from the University of Colorado Boulder, where he was the teaching assistant of Fritz Gearhart and Charles Wetherbee. He also holds degrees from the University of Minnesota, University of Miami, and the Lynn Conservatory.  His previous teachers include Mark Bjork, Carol Cole, and Charles Castleman. His forthcoming album Origin: Music by Women of the Americas with pianist Barbara Noyes explores the music of Jennifer Higdon, Gabriela Lena Frank, Dana Kaufman, and Leilehua Lanzilotti.