Nicholas Szucs of New York Is An Incredibly Talented Violinist of New York

Nicholas Szucs, New York is a famous violinist known for his artistic flair and virtuosity. He expresses his emotions and feelings that can only be conveyed through music. Studied from Manhattan School of Music and a graduate of montclair State University. Has also performed as a chamber musician with the Wintergreen Summer Music Festival Orchestra and has been concertmaster of the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra.


Nicholas Szucs of New York is also well recognized for passionate bowing and interpretation. He has great professional experience of playing violin in many high profile concerts. He served as concertmaster for the Fort Smith Symphony, East Texas Symphony, and Greater Newburgh Symphony, and assistant concertmaster for the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra. When asked about the fascination of playing violin with so much dedication and what inspires him most, he said “It's how my spirit takes wing and soars to unfathomable, seemingly unreachable heights. I hope that my music does the same for your spirit, too.“


In 2005, he participated in the Festival Orchestra in Jimena de la Frontera, Spain, and since 2006, he has performed in the Wintergreen Summer Music Festival Orchestra as chamber musician, festival orchestra and chamber music coach. He has also recorded music for Monster Island Studios in NYC, has a recorded live CD, In Recital – 2010, available on iTunes, and can also be heard as the Fiddle solo on the karaoke version of Taylor Swift’s song, Love Story.


Speaking of his qualifications, Nicholas Szucs of New York has done B.S in the Arts, Music Performance in 2007 from the Empire State College, SUNY. Thereafter, he has done A.D. In Violin performance from Southern Methodist University Music Conservatory in 1994. in the urge to learn more, he has also done B.A. In Violin Performance in 1988 from Manhattan School of Music.

Now, coming to his professional experience, he has been a p[art of many concerts and amazed audiences of different backgrounds with his intricate techniques of playing violin. He has been a faculty, Professor of Violin of Music Conservatory Of Westchester from the year 2004 to 2008. He has also been an Adjunct professor of Violin in Marist College of Poughkeepsie, NY for almost 6 years. He has been an Artistic Director/Founder of Crystal Strings Summer Music Camp in Bedford, New York for almost two years. He is presently a member of New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players and the Norwalk Symphony Orchestra.

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