Frédérique Gnaman

Frédérique Gnaman actively performs, collaborates and teaches in New York City. A versatile musician, Ms. Gnaman plays various styles of music including classical, jazz, pop, funk, R&B and hip hop. She has recently performed at the Gateways Music Festival, a festival that showcases the talents of classical musicians of African decent. She has also performed with Ms. Lauryn Hill at the 2015 Louis Armstrong Festival, Yolanda Adams on the Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, and performed solo with Grammy-Nominated singer Ledisi at the Soulful Symphony 15th Anniversary Concert. In addition, Ms. Gnaman regularly performs with the West Village String Quartet, funk band Shareef Keyes and the Groove and hip hop band Orchestra Holistic. Ms. Gnaman holds a bachelors degree in music from New York University where she studied violin with Gregory Fulkerson.