Violinist Adam Barnett-Hart made his debut with the Juilliard Symphony at 19 performing the Brahms concerto in Alice Tully Hall. He has since performed with such orchestras as the Colorado Symphony, the Wichita Falls Symphony, the Riverside Symphony, the Colorado Music Festival Orchestra, the Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Jefferson Symphony. Mr. Barnett-Hart is a touring member of the International Sejong Soloists. He was a top prize winner in the 2001 and 2002 Irving M. Klein competitions in San Francisco. He began studying with Pinchas Zukerman after graduating from the Juilliard School, where he completed a B.A. with Joel Smirnoff. Prior to Juilliard, Adam studied with James Maurer, Paul Kantor, and Donald Weilerstein. Adam is a member of the Escher String Quartet.