Jeffrey Girten (violin) was selected as an American fellow in 2017.

Juilliard graduate Jeffrey Girton is a baroque, classical, and romantic violinist from the greater New York City area. He has served as concertmaster for the New York Youth Symphony, Oberlin Chamber Orchestra, Oberlin Sinfonietta, Oberlin Baroque Orchestra, and Juilliard’s Historical Performance ensemble Juilliard415, with which he has been a featured concertino violinist and concerto soloist. He has also performed as soloist with Oberlin Baroque Orchestra, Quito Baroque Festival Orchestra, and National Repertory Orchestra.

Girton is a winner of the New York Youth Symphony chamber music competition, National Repertory Orchestra concerto competition, Oberlin Conservatory Kennedy Center competition, and Juilliard’s Historical Performance concerto competition. He has performed in venues including the Palais Garnier, Vienna Staatsoper, Koussevitsky Music Shed, Ozawa Hall, Carnegie Hall, the Metropolitan Opera, Alice Tully Hall, Severance Hall, the Kennedy Center, and the Smithsonian. An active performer in the U.S., Girton is also a member of Les Arts Florissants and regularly plays with the ensemble overseas.