Caitlin Majewski is a talented violinist who has performed extensively around the world. A graduate of Juilliard Pre-College, she was accepted into Juilliard undergrad, then went on to study at Bard College and Conservatory, where she earned her B.A. in violin performance alongside her B.S. in psychology. Her teachers include Lewis Kaplan, who was a student of the legendary Ivan Galamian, Weigang Li of the Shanghai Quartet, Isaac Malkin, and Ella Rutkovsky. Caitlin has attended Bowdoin Music festival for 4 summers, and has been a part of New York Youth Symphony, and Contemporaneous New Music Ensemble. She has participated in master classes and chamber music instruction with Pamela Frank, Boris Belkin, Ida Kavafian, and the Ying Quartet, among others. She has taken part in three orchestra tours as part of the Manhattan Symphonie Orchestra and with the Bard Conservatory Orchestra. While abroad she performed at major concert halls in cities including Moscow, St. Petersburg, Budapest, Berlin, Warsaw, Vienna, Bratislava, Prague, Shanghai, Beijing, Taipei, Hong Kong, and many more. As co-founder of Sounds of Social Change (SOSC), a student-initiated Bard Trustee Leader Scholar project, she traveled to teach, mentor, and perform for and with young musicians living in poverty-stricken conditions in Cali, Colombia. The project’s mission is to use music education as a vehicle to empower youth and ignite change in communities, and earned the group a 2015 Davis Projects for Peace Prize.