Andrew Gray, violin
Sung-Im Kim, piano
Ludwig van Beethoven Sonata No. 3 in Eb Major, Op. 12 No. 3
Johann Sebastian Bach Partita No. 2 in D Minor, BWV. 1004
Johannes Brahms Sonata No. 3 in D Minor, Op. 108
Andrew Gray is a second year undergraduate student at Carnegie Mellon University pursuing a Bachelor of Science and Arts (BSA) in Math and Violin Performance. The unique intercollege degree program perfectly suits both of his passions. He currently studies violin with Professor William van der Sloot. Andrew is the first violinist of the Carnegie Mellon Honors Quartet and has a top seat in the Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic. Last spring, Andrew was a finalist in the Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic Concerto Competition and winner of the Harry Archer Award. Prior to CMU, Andrew was Concertmaster of the Maryland Classic Youth Orchestra’s Philharmonic Orchestra. He was Concertmaster of the 2021 Maryland All-State Senior Orchestra and invited to participate in the 2021 All-Eastern Regional Orchestra. As a chamber musician, Andrew was a founding member of the Chasqui Quartet, winner of the bronze medal in the junior string division of the prestigious Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition. In addition to playing the violin, Andrew loves composing and playing squash, Ultimate Frisbee, and chess.
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