“supreme panache and charmingly
effortless phrasing”—The Boston Musical Intelligencer
First Prize winner of both the 2013 Schadt National String and 2013 Sphinx competitions, Christine Lamprea joined the Sphinx Soloists Program, and as such is presented as soloist with orchestras worldwide. She also toured with the Sphinx Virtuosi across the U.S., in such venues as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center. She has appeared as soloist with the Costa Rica National Symphony, and the Houston, New Jersey, and San Antonio symphonies. This season, she appears with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra in a concerto written for her by composer Jeffrey Mumford. A Gluck Community Service Fellow at The Juilliard School and the recipient of a Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans, she recently received a Sphinx MPower Artist Grant, and holds a Master’s degree from the New England Conservatory.