Violist Mark Holloway is a chamber musician sought after in the United States and abroad. An artist of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, he has appeared at prestigious festivals and series such as Marlboro, Music@Menlo, Ravinia, Caramoor, Banff, Taos, Music from Angel Fire, Mainly Mozart, Alpenglow, Plush, Whittington, Olympic, Concordia Chamber Players and with the Boston Chamber Music Society. Performances have taken him to far-flung places such as Chile and Greenland, and he plays regularly at chamber music festivals in France, Musikdorf Ernen in Switzerland and at the International Musicians Seminar in Prussia Cove, England. A resident of New York City, he has appeared as a guest with the New York Philharmonic, Orpheus and the Metropolitan Opera orchestras.
Mr. Holloway has been principal violist at Tanglewood and of the New York String Orchestra and has played as guest principal of the American Symphony, Riverside Symphony, the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, Camerata Bern and the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra. He has performed at Bargemusic, the 92nd Street Y, the Casals Festival in Puerto Rico, Tertulia, the Cartagena International Music Festival, with the Israeli Chamber Project, the Chameleon Arts Ensemble and on radio and television throughout North and South America and Europe, most recently a Live From Lincoln Center broadcast.
Hailed as an “outstanding violist” by American Record Guide, and praised by Zürich's Neue Zürcher Zeitung for his “warmth and intimacy,” he has recorded for the Marlboro Recording Society, CMS Live, Music@Menlo LIVE, Naxos and Albany labels. Mr. Holloway was a student of Michael Tree at the Curtis Institute of Music and Michelle LaCourse at Boston University.