Born in Chicago, violinist Eunice Keem joined the Dallas Symphony in September of 2011. She has first prizes at the Kingsville International Competition, Johansen International Competition, ASTA National Competition, and Carnegie Mellon University’s Concerto Competition (both as a freshman and graduate student). She was also a top prizewinner at the Irving Klein, WAMSO, Schadt, Sorantin, and Corpus Christi International Competitions, and was awarded the “Paganini Prize” in the 7th International Violin Competition of Indianapolis.
Eunice has been a featured soloist with numerous orchestras throughout the United States. An avid chamber musician, she has received first prizes in the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition and Rembrandt Chamber Players Competition. She was a founding member of Carnegie Mellon University’s Starling Quartet, having performed across the United States, China, Costa Rica, and France.
Eunice has participated in the Chateau de Champs Masterclasses in Paris and the Rencontres Musicales Internationales des Graves in Bordeaux, France, Meadowmount School of Music, Bowdoin International Music Festival, Sarasota Music Festival, and the International Music Academy in Pilsen, Czech Republic as a junior faculty member.