Named “precociously gifted” by Gramophone magazine, violinist Caroline Goulding has appeared as a soloist with many of the world’s premier orchestras including The Cleveland Orchestra, Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, Toronto Symphony, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra, National Symphony, Nashville Symphony, Milwaukee Symphony, Colorado Symphony, Dallas Symphony, Houston Symphony, Detroit Symphony, Deutsche Radio Philharmonie, and the Orchestra of St. Luke’s. She has appeared in recital at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, the Kennedy Center, Beijing’s Forbidden City Concert Hall, the Louvre Museum, and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
In the past season, Caroline made recital debuts in Lincoln Center’s “Great Performers” Series, Museé du Louvre in Paris, and at the Rheingau Musik Festival and Bad Kissingen’s Sommerfestival, in addition to orchestral debuts with the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, Deutsche Radiophilharmonie, Berlin’s ensemblemini, and her Concertgebouw debut with the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra. The 2015 season brings forth engagements in Europe, and North America with the Munich Symphony Orchestra, Nashville Symphony, Houston Symphony, Calgary Philharmonic and Aarhus Symphony Orchestra and marks her recital debut at the Tonhalle-Zurich.
Caroline is the recipient of an Avery Fisher Career Grant, a Grammy nomination for her debut album on the Telarc label and has appeared on NBC’s Today, MARTHA hosted by Martha Stewart, Germany’s Stars von Morgen hosted by Rolando Villazón and can be heard on NPR’s Performance Today and SiriusXM Satellite Radio.
Currently studying with Christian Tetzlaff at the Kronberg Academy, Caroline splits her time between Kronberg, Germany, and Boston, Massachusetts. Other musical mentors have included Donald Weilerstein, Paul Kantor, Joel Smirnoff and Julia Kurtyka.
A past member of the Stradivari Society, Caroline currently plays the General Kyd Stradivarius (c 1720), courtesy of Jonathan Moulds.