A culminating point in the career of the brilliant young American violinist, Miriam Kramer, described by The New York Times as “a gifted young violinist who proved a soulful performer showing flair and temperament, fine sensitivity and warmth”, was at the Alice Tully Hall in New York’s Lincoln Center where she recently gave her acclaimed début recital. Miriam Kramer has performed most of the standard concertos, and her concerts, from Bach to Bloch and Brahms to Shostakovich, have been widely acclaimed. She has performed in such halls as the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées with Philippe Herreweghe, the Barbican Hall with Adrian Leaper, Queen Elizabeth Hall with David Josefowitz, Carnegie Hall and Kennedy Center with Alexander Schneider, and at St Martin-in-the-Fields in a performance of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons with Michael Nebe. Her many recitals have taken her to concerts and festivals throughout Britain, and to the Spring Festival in Prague. At the Dartington Festival, in addition to giving master-classes, she performed in numerous chamber music concerts and solo recitals, and as a soloist with the Dartington Festival Orchestra under the direction of Diego Masson. After recording a newly composed work by Leo Cottakis, she was invited to the Egyptian Embassy in Athens to perform it there. Her début recital at London’s prestigious Wigmore Hall drew further praise from the critics. She has broadcast with the BBC Concert Orchestra as soloist in Beethoven’s Triple Concerto, on Classic FM, Radio 3, Radio Prague, Paris Radio Classique and on BBC television. Her début recording, Hebrew Melody, drew further critical praise, and her recording of the violin music of Ernest Bloch won five stars in the BBC Music Magazine and was Editor’s Choice in The Gramophone.