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Violinist Ryan Meehan has been hailed for his “singing tone" (The New York Times) and his “remarkably polished and sophisticated playing" (Chicago Tribune). As a member of the Calidore String Quartet he is a recipient of an Avery Fisher Career Grant, a Borletti-Buitoni Trust Fellowship and a Lincoln Center Emerging Artist Award, and was a BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artist. Mr. Meehan is also a member of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. Mr. Meehan regularly performs in venues such as Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Wigmore Hall, Berlin Konzerthaus, Cologne Philharmonie and Seoul's Kumho Arts Hall, and at festivals, including the BBC Proms, Verbier, Ravinia, Mostly Mozart, Music@Menlo and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. With the Calidore, he has released five commercial recordings.
As a soloist, Mr. Meehan has garnered top prizes in competitions, including the Washington International Competition (also winner of the audience prize), ASTA National Solo Competition, Artists' Series of Sarasota, Pasadena Showcase for the Arts Instrumental Competition and NFAA Young Arts. As a chamber musician, he won grand prizes at the M-Prize, Coleman, Chesapeake, St. Paul and Rembrandt chamber music competitions, as well as top prizes from the ARD Munich, Hamburg and Fischoff competitions. He has collaborated with such esteemed musicians as Menahem Pressler, Jean-Yves Thibaudet, Paul Watkins, Ronald Leonard and members of the Emerson, St. Lawrence and Ebène String Quartets.
In 2021, Mr. Meehan was appointed to the faculty of the University of Delaware School of Music as associate professor of violin and co-directs the UD Fellowship Quartet Program. Previously, he served as artist-in-residence at the University of Toronto and University of Michigan. In response to the 2020 summer festival cancellations caused by the Covid-19 epidemic, Mr. Meehan co-founded the Virtuosi Virtual Summer Academy (VVSA), which connected a diverse group of 40 young violinists and pianists with some of the world's leading soloists, chamber and orchestral musicians. Mr. Meehan's violin students have been accepted to prestigious musical institutions, such as the Colburn School, Indiana University and Hochschule for Musik and Theater in Munich, and won prizes in numerous national competitions. Additionally, he has mentored several fine string quartets, which have gone on to win prizes in the Banff International Competition and Fischoff Competition. He is a graduate of the Colburn School Conservatory of Music in Los Angeles and the Music Institute of Chicago. His teachers include Almita and Roland Vamos, Robert Lipsett, Arnold Steinhardt, Julia Fischer and Amy Schwartz Moretti.
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