Violinist Randy Hiller earned the BS degree from Harvard University and the MBA and PhD in applied mathematics from MIT. He has studied violin with Sarah Scriven and Roger Shermont, and chamber music with Raphael Hillyer, Eugene Lehner, and Leon Kirshner. He was the concertmaster of the Concord Orchestra from 1999 until 2005, and is a current member of the Lexington Symphony. Mr. Hiller is a founding director of the Lexington Chamber Music Center, Inc. a non-profit focused on training middle and high school students in classical chamber music and presenting outreach concerts at area hospitals and retirement homes. He also serves as immediate past president of the board of Project STEP, a Boston-based program designed to provide string instrument training to talented minority children.