Cynthia Miller Freivogel received a BA in musicology at Yale University and an MM in violin performance at the San Francisco Conservatory. In addition to being the leader and concertmaster of the Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado, Ms. Freivogel plays with Brandywine Baroque in Wilmington, Delaware, and is a tenured member of Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, based in the San Francisco Bay Area of California. She is a founding member and second violinist of the Novello Quartet, which is dedicated to the performance of the string quartets of Haydn and his contemporaries on period instruments. Ms. Freivogel frequently performs at Bay Area early-music venues with ensembles such as Magnificat, Voices of Music and American Bach Soloists, and on concert series at Old First, San Francisco Early Music Society and MusicSources. Ms. Freivogel spends summers playing violin in the Colorado Music Festival Orchestra in Boulder. She also played with the Tanglewood Music Center Fellowship Orchestra, San Luis Obispo Mozart Festival, the State Orchestra of Sao Paulo, Brazil, Apollo’s Fire, Portland Baroque, American Russian Young Artist’s Orchestra, and Amerus chamber players. Ms. Freivogel studied principally with Camilla Wicks and Marylou Speaker Churchill, and is a dedicated and certified Suzuki teacher.