An avid lover of both the contemporary and antique, Oberlin graduate Jeffrey Girton is an active modern as well as baroque and classical violinist in the greater New York City area. Girton has served as concertmaster for the New York Youth Symphony, the youth division of the New York City Opera, the Oberlin Chamber Orchestra, Oberlin Sinfonietta and the Oberlin Baroque Orchestra; he has soloed with the Oberlin Baroque Orchestra, the Quito Baroque Festival Orchestra, the National Repertory Orchestra, and most recently was a featured concertino violinist with Juilliard415. Jeffrey Girton is a winner of the New York Youth Symphony's chamber music competition, a two-time performer in Oberlin Conservatory’s Honors Recital Series, a winner of the National Repertory Orchestra concerto competition, a performer in Oberlin Conservatory's Honors Commencement Recital Series, a performer in Boston Early Music's Young Artist Series and a winner of Oberlin Conservatory's Kennedy Center competition. Jeffrey has performed in venues including the Koussevitsky Music Shed, Ozawa Hall, Carnegie Hall, the Metropolitan Opera House, Alice Tully Hall, Kodak Hall, Severance Hall, the Kennedy Center and the Smithsonian. Jeffrey Girton is currently a Masters of Music candidate at The Juilliard School with a concentration in Baroque Violin studying under Monica Huggett, Cynthia Roberts, and Robert Mealy.