Violinist Rose Drucker is an active performer throughout New England in chamber and orchestral settings including the Arneis Quartet, Emmanuel Music, Rhode Island Philharmonic, Boston Philharmonic, and a wide variety of new music, opera and ballet performances. A native of Tucson, Arizona, she has performed on four continents and as soloist and concertmaster in New England and Arizona. As a founding member of the award-winning Arneis Quartet, Ms. Drucker has appeared in Stanford’s Lively Arts Series, Music on Main in Vancouver, and the Beijing Modern Music Festival as well as performances in Boston, New York, Aspen, The Banff Centre in Canada, Stanford University, Deer Valley, UT and the Apple Hill Center for Chamber Music. With Emmanuel Music she has appeared as concertmaster, soloist, and performed in the Chamber Music and Solo Bach series and was an inaugural Lorraine Hunt Lieberson Fellow in the 2005-2006 season. Drucker studied with Peter Zazofsky and Mark Rush and holds degrees from Boston University and the University of Arizona.