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Matthew K Vera

Violinist
Home Phone: 6176421961

Biography

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Violinist​ ​Matthew​ ​Vera​, is known for his versatility as a soloist, chamber musician, and
orchestral leader. A graduate of the New England Conservatory,
Matthew also enjoys a freelance career in the Boston area. His primary teachers include:
James Buswell, Lucy Chapman, Mark Rush, Stephen Moeckel, Dennis Bourret, and
David Rife. Matthew has been a member of the Boston Philharmonic’s first violin section
since 2010.
A native of Tucson AZ, Matthew made his solo debut on the viola with the Tucson
Philharmonia at age 14. His early training came from a unique program called Tucson
Junior Strings, an advanced training program serving southern arizona.Matthew has appeared                                                                                                                      as soloist with the Buffalo Philharmonic, The Tucson
Philharmonia, The Tucson Symphony, The World Youth Symphony Orchestra and The
New England Conservatory Symphony. Matthew was featured on the PBS radio show
“From the Top” in 2008 where he played Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante with the Buffalo
Philharmonic. He has performed in many prestigious concert venues including The
Royal Concertgebouw, Boston’s Symphony Hall, NEC’s Jordan Hall, and Carnegie’s
Weill Hall.
Matthew enjoys orchestral leadership, and is an avid chamber musician. While at NEC
his chamber music groups worked with most of NEC’s string faculty including advanced
training seminars with the Borromeo String Quartet. Matthew has participated in many
festivals including The Tanglewood Music Center, Yellow Barn, The Heifetz Institute,
The Brevard Music Center, and Green Mountain Music Festival.
Off the stage, Matthew is a devoted teacher. A participant in New England
Conservatory’s Community Partnerships Program, he discovered a true love for
teaching. In addition to teaching at community school’s, Matthew has a private studio.