Sophia Stoyanovich


Hailed as “spectacular” (Bemard Jacobson, Seattle Times) American violinist Sophia Stovanovich has captivated audiences since her debut at age 10, and performs internationally today as soloist and chamber musician. She has appeared at Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center, Mariinsky Theatre, Elbphilharmonie, Disney Hall, and the BBC Proms. She has collaborated in performance with James ennes. Anthony McGill. Lessa Lark, Carter Brey.

Cynthia Phelps, and Masumi Per Rostad amongst others. Recent accolades include first prize of the 2022 New York International Artists Association with debut recital in Weill Mall of Carnegie mall, joining the roster for chamber Music America for her work with the podcast American Stories, and the upcoming September 2023 release of her debut album with Bridge Records featuring the works of Serbian-American composer, Patrick Stoyanovich. Ms. Stoyanovich holds Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from The Juilliard School and currently is a doctoral candidate at The Graduate Center CUNY, as a fully-funded five year fellowship recipient under the tutelage of Mark Steinberg.