Tsubasa Muramatsu


Hometown: Kamakura, Japan 

21-year-old Hong Kong-raised Japanese violinist, Tsubasa Muramatsu, has made appearances in many prestigious venues around the world including The Menuhin Hall in England, Stift Altenburg in Austria, Jordan Hall and Seiji Ozawa Hall in Boston, Massachusetts. She started the violin at age 6 and at age 12, she was accepted to the Yehudi Menuhin School in the UK where she studied under Akiko Ono.

She is now finishing her undergraduate studies at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston under Ayano Ninomiya. Tsubasa is an avid chamber musician and has received coaching from members of the Borromeo Quartet, Merry Peckham, Astrid Schween, and Norman Fischer to name a few. As for summer festivals, she was a fellow at the Tanglewood Music Center for the past two summers where she played under the baton of renowned conductors such as as Andris Nelsons and John Williams. She has also participated in Ishikawa Music Academy where she received masterclasses from Harada Koichiro, Ju-Young Baek, Kyoto Takezawa and Régis Pasquier.