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Mina Lavcheva, violinist, is a native of Sofia, Bulgaria, where she graduated from the National School of Music “L. Pipkov”. An active performer from an early age, Mina has appeared as a soloist, chamber and orchestra player throughout Europe and North America. She holds a Bachelor and a Master Degree in Music Performance from LSU School of Music and Boston University respectively.
Mina is a sought-after and frequently engaged artist by numerous chamber and orchestral ensembles in the New England area. Currently, she can be heard performing as a member of the Portland Symphony Orchestra(Maine) and Rhode Island Philharmonic, as well as Boston Modern Orchestra Project. Mina has also appeared in performances with Vermont Symphony Orchestra, Handel and Haydn Society, Castle of our Skins, Ensemble Parallax, Arcadia Players, Odyssey Opera, to name a few.
Mina has been teaching violin in the Wellesley Public Schools since 2008, and is also on the faculty of 77 Arts Academy in Acton, MA.