Nicolette Kocsardy

Nicolette Kocsardy, born in Hollywood Florida to Hungarian parents, started playing the violin at the age of three and continued her musical studies in Bloomington, Indiana at Indiana University’s Young Musicians program. Nicolette has given solo recitals throughout the United States, including Los Angeles, Dallas, New York City, as well as in other countries including, Hungary, Japan, Italy, and Canada. She has also performed as a chamber musician throughout the USA, Europe, Canada, and Japan and was a member of two scholarship awarded quartets, Kent State Univesity’s ‘The President’s String Quartet, and UCLA’s ‘The VEM String Quartet’.

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