Angelo Chery has been playing the violin for 6 years. He is an example of hard work and work ethic, and an advocate for music education. He enjoys teaching violin technique, body mechanics, playing from ear, and music theory. Angelo received his diploma from Edward R. Murrow High School, where he was Concert Master of the Chamber Orchestra and the Assistant Director and Concert Master of the Pit Orchestra. He has experience in performing Classical, Fiddle, Pop, Hip Hop, and Rap music.
His history with music composition includes writing scores of mainstream songs for the winning band of his
High School Sing competition, arrangements for weddings, and his fiddle solo which he
performed at Princeton University, Dudamel Residency.
Angelo’s most outstanding awards and achievements include being awarded the Daniel Pearl
Memorial Violin at the O’connor Method Camp (2015), performing Bartok Duos with New York
Phil Violinist Hannah Choi (2017), being awarded a Guarneri copy and John Blaire violin from
Christophe Landon (2017), performing for the Dorothy and Lilian Gish Prize Ceremony in honor
of Maestro Gustavo Dudamel (2018), and performing at the 2019 Social justice Award ceremony
in honor of Oscar Robertson.
His only professional recording can be found on youtube, “Lazarus (Space Masala) - Jolly”.
He is currently studying music performance at Purchase College.