Violinist Tamara Seymour was born and raised in New York City. She attended the Juilliard School where she received both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees. She was concertmaster of the New World Symphony under Michael Tilson-Thomas and then served as concert-master of the Florida Philharmonic in Ft. Lauderdale for five years. She came to Baltimore to play as first call substitute for the Baltimore Symphony under Maestro Yuri Temirkonov and she played with the symphony for the next eight years. Concurrently, she also played with the Kennedy Center Opera Orchestra as a first call substitute. Now freelancing in Baltimore, Ms. Seymour plays with the Baltimore Chamber Orchestra, Bach in Baltimore, and the Concert Artists of Baltimore. She has performed as a soloist at Alice Tully Hall in New York City, the Isabella Gardner Museum in Boston, and has also been a featured soloist with the Baltimore Chamber Orchestra. She has been a regular performer at Summer Chamber Music Roland Park for the past 10 years.