Violin faculty member Molly Germer


Molly Germer is a violinist versed in multiple styles of performance. She is a violinist in Quartet121 and a member of Earspace, a Raleigh-based ensemble dedicated to contemporary music and interdisciplinary performances. Molly is a former member of the Erie Philharmonic, has recently performed with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, Charleston Symphony Orchestra, the New World Symphony, Wordless Music Orchestra, Ensemble LPR, Contemporaneous, and Ensemble Signal. She can also be on Signal’s recordings of music by David Felder, Tristan Perich, and David Lang. She is a teaching artist at Play On Philly and collaborates with numerous groups in New York City, performing at venues such as The Stone, Miller Theater, Carnegie Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Alice Tully Hall, The Kaplan Penthouse, National Sawdust and (le) poisson rouge. Molly is a graduate of the Eastman School of Music (BM) with additional studies at University of Rochester and the Contemporary Performance Program at the Manhattan School of Music  (MM) with additional studies at the Conservatory of Amsterdam.

Education: Eastman School of Music, BM Violin Performance

Specialties: Violin

Divisions: Music