Quinn Frazee is an active violist residing in Copenhagen, Denmark. He has performed in concert halls across Europe, Asia, and the United States as a soloist, chamber, and orchestral musician.
As a chamber musician, Quinn has performed with many ensembles including the Danish National Chamber Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra Kremlin, and the Danish folk ensemble, Svestar. He is also a member of the chamber opera company, Polyhymnia, which performs at the historic court theatre at Christianborg Palace in the heart of Copenhagen. Quinn is an avid supporter of contemporary music, regularly performing with the Morten Kargaard Septet, and Spanish composer, Alicia Sevilla. Quinn has also premiered both chamber and orchestral works at the PULSAR Contemporary Music Festival for several years.
Quinn has frequently performed with the Copenhagen Philharmonic, and Aalborg Symphony Orchestra, as well as in the Royal Danish Theatre and the Copenhagen Opera House. He has performed under the direction of Kieth Lockhart, Kristjan Järvi, Michael Schønwandt, Christian Badea, Michael Boder, and Giordano Bellincampi.
Quinn recently graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen. His principal instructors include Lars Anders Tomter, Tim Frederiksen, Frederik Øland, from the Danish String Quartet. Quinn has also studied violin with Dr. Mikylah Myers for his bachelors degree at West Virginia University. Prior to higher education, he studied with Dr. Sheng-Tsung Wang. He has performed in several masterclasses with instructors such as Professor of Viola at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music, Jensen Horn-Sin Lamb; former cellist of the American String Quartet, and current faculty at the Manhattan School of Music, David Geber; and Peter Mező, Professor of Chamber Music at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music.
Quinn currently maintains a small studio in Copenhagen. In addition to his orchestral and chamber engagements, he is also collaborating with several fellow musicians to develop a series of annual concerts which aim to better connect composers and audiences.