The Kennedy Center

Regino Madrid



Biography

Violinist Regino Madrid is an active soloist, concertmaster, and chamber musician throughout the Washington, D.C. area. Madrid is the concertmaster of The American Pops Orchestra and The McLean Orchestra. He has also appeared as guest concertmaster for the Eclipse Chamber Orchestra, National Gallery Orchestra, National Philharmonic, Chesapeake Orchestra at St. Mary’s River Concert Series, the Alexandria Symphony, and the Chamber Orchestra of San Antonio. Madrid is a founding member of the critically acclaimed Teiber Trio and has played in Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, the Library of Congress, the Phillips Collection, and The White House.

Since making his solo debut at 16, Madrid has appeared with numerous orchestras throughout the United States and abroad. Solo performances include concertos by Beethoven, Bartok, Bach, Mozart, Brahms’s Double Concerto, Bernstein’s "Serenade," Chausson’s "Poeme," Waxman’s "Carmen Fantasy," Vivaldi, Piazzolla, and Richter’s "Recomposed" Four Seasons.

Madrid received his bachelor of music degree in violin performance from the Cleveland Institute of Music after pursuing a Physiological Science degree from UCLA. Madrid has participated in numerous music festivals, including Santa Barbara’s Music Academy of the West, Holland Music Sessions, Musicorda, Idyllwilde (CA), and “Soundfest” (Cape Cod) with the Colorado Quartet. He currently plays on a J.B. Vuillaume violin from 1871.
 
Regino Madrid