A virtuoso soloist and concertmaster with Boston Baroque, violinist Christina Day Martinson has impressed early music connoisseurs with her bravura performances of Baroque repertoire. A native of Saskatchewan, Canada, Day Martinson began studying modern violin at age four and later attended the New England Conservatory. While studying technique in the Netherlands, she injured her hand and went on hiatus, devoting two years to further study. She took up Baroque violin at Boston University, where she was given a Baroque bow for playing Bach. Since her recovery, she has established herself as a brilliant performer and has been in demand for performances with many period ensembles, including the Handel and Haydn Society, for whom she served as associate concertmaster, the Bach Ensemble, Tempesta di Mare, the UNICAMP Symphony Orchestra of ...
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