K e v i n   K u h 

Kevin Kuh is a classical and experimental violinist and composer based in New York City. A graduate from New York University, Kevin received his Bachelors in Music Performance and a minor in the Business of Entertainment, Media and Technology from the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development. As an active freelance artist, Kevin has developed a distinct proficiency for improvisation and comfort in playing various genres of music. His engagements have brought him around the world to renowned stages including, Lincoln Center’s Avery Fischer Hall, Carnegie Hall, Beacon Theatre, and Manhattan Center. He has appeared in performances with artists like Paul Simon, Andrew McMahon (Jack’s Mannequin), Stephen Schwartz, Songwriter’s Orchestra, Broadway Sings and on studio recordings with Raekwon (Wu-Tang Clan), Kool A.D, Mree, and many others. Kevin has also performed at events for the New York Musical Theatre Festival, International Fringe Festival, Dramatist Guild Fund, VH1's Save the Music, and WQXR's McGraw Hill Young Artists Showcase. His most recent project is with Brooklyn based Electronic-Hip-Hop band Pool Cosby, where he co-produces, arranges and plays in. Aside from maintaining an active performance schedule Kevin also serves as the Operations Manager and Chief Music Librarian for NYU Steinhart’s orchestral program.