“He brought forth a celebration of fire and temperament, as well as immense sensitivity, wonderfully flowing chants and a pliant tone. He is a remarkable talent.” The German Heidelberg Rhein-Neckar Zeitung’s assessment of American violinist Emmanuel Borowsky has been echoed by audiences and media around the world. To date, he has toured 37 countries in North America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, performing as soloist with orchestras including the Tianjin Symphony Orchestra, Poznan Symphony, Katowice Symphony Orchestra, Siauliai Chamber Orchestra, St. Christopher Orchestra of Vilnius, Jordan National Conservatory Orchestra, and Gettysburg Chamber Orchestra. Emmanuel’s recordings for ICRecords include eight CDs – one with a collection of original compositions. Emmanuel’s love of music is manifested in his educational work with aspiring musicians. Each summer, he teaches violin and chamber music at the esteemed Intermuse International Music Institute and Festival USA. Emmanuel teaches privately in Baltimore, and is a frequent adjudicator of competitions and festivals. He holds degrees from the Icelandic Academy of the Arts and Indiana University, and is currently completing a Doctorate of Musical Arts at the University of Maryland. His teachers have included Erick Friedman, Dorothy DeLay, Roman Totenberg, Zoltan Szabo, Guðný Guðmundsdóttir, Jamie Laredo, Mark Kaplan, Menaham Pressler, and James Stern. When not composing, performing, or teaching, Emmanuel enjoys assisting string players in finding their dream instrument through his services as The Violin Finder. He plays a violin made in 2017 by Jason Starkie and a Tête-Bêche bow by Gilles Nehr.