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Georgia Burtt

2024 Violin C

Georgia Burtt is a violinist and pianist from Albany, New York. Throughout her musical career, she has performed in many different settings as a soloist, in chamber ensembles, and in orchestras. As a soloist, Georgia is seasoned in gigging and practiced in the genres of jazz, folk, baroque technique, and electronic. She is also an experienced chamber musician. In January 2024, she was honored to organize a quartet and perform for the reception of the State of the State Address of New York. In early 2020, she was asked to play with the Musicians of Ma’alwyck for their Clara Schumann Festival and in June of 2021 and 2022, she hosted a chamber festival in support of a local foodbank which raised over $2000 in cash and food donations. Georgia has an extensive orchestra background, as well, playing under the baton of Helen Cha-Pyo, Carlos Agreda, Etienne Abelin, and Gerard Schwarz.

Georgia is currently a Violin Performance Major at the Frost School of Music; University of Miami in the studio of Professor Scott Flavin. She teaches two 8th-grade violin students through Frost’s Shalala MusicReach program and is a much sought after instrumentalist for recitals and other gigs, both on and off campus.