Born and raised in Brooklyn, violinist Deborah Song now actively performs and teaches in her home in New York. It was her discovery of the late Beethoven string quartets as a teen that began her love of music. It remains to be such works that inspire and move her in the creative process. Deborah is a member of Solisti Ensemble and performs regularly with various groups including the New Asia Chamber Music Society, MidAtlantic Opera and Ensemble 212. She enjoys teaching and has a private violin studio in Scarsdale. Her degrees include a Bachelor of Music and Performer’s Certificate from the Eastman School of Music, a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology magna cum laude from the University of Rochester and a Masters in Music from The Juilliard School, where she studied with the late Stephen Clapp and Laurie Smukler.