Myriam is a classically trained violinist with extensive experience in solo repertoire, orchestra performance, & private instruction. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Violin Performance from the University of Michigan, where she studied under Yehonatan Berick, a former student of Kurt Sassmanshauss and Dorothy Delay, and also Stephen Shipps, who was a student of Josef Gingold and Ivan Galamian. She also studied under Hong-Guang Jia, who was the Associate Concertmaster of the Pittsburgh Symphony from 1996-2002, and a student of Yehudi Menuhin.
Myriam's Orchestral experience includes playing with the Allen Philharmonic Orchestra in Allen, TX from 2016-2018, the Las Colinas Symphony Orchestra in Irving, TX from 2012-2018, the Richardson Symphony Orchestra in Richardson, TX from 2012-2018, serving as Principal Violin in the University of Michigan Philharmonic Orchestra from 2005-2006, First Violin in the University of Michigan Quartet from 2004-2006, Concertmaster of the Cleveland Youth Symphony (COYO) from 2000-2002, First Violin of the COYO Sextet from 2001-2002, Concertmaster in the PMEA Regional Orchestra in 2000, and the Concertmaster of the Three Rivers Young Peoples Orchestra (TRYPO) from 1998-1999.
Her accomplishments include serving as the Head of the String Department at Park Cities School of Music in Dallas, TX from 2015-2018, member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, winner of the Quartet Competition at the Meadowmount School of Music in 2001, soloist with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Sibelius Violin Concerto in 2001, First Place winner of the Concerto Division, and Second Place winner of the Solo Violin Division at the Duquesne Young Artist Competition in 2000.