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"Exquisitely crafted performances... heartbreakingly beautiful."

— BBC Magazine

"Intoxicating"

— New York Times

"the most ravishing sound"

— Strad Magazine

"deeply moving... astonishing musicianship"

— Classical Post

“Undoubtedly one of the most interesting interpreters of this instrument today”

– Codalario, Spain

Violist Molly Carr enjoys a diverse musical career as recitalist, chamber musician, educator, and artistic director. She has been the recipient of numerous international prizes and awards from the Primrose International Viola Competition, Chamber Music America, ProMusicis Foundation, Davidson Institute, Virtu Foundation, MAW Alumni Enterprise Awards, ASTA, and ARTS among many others.

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08-15
Jul 2024
USA
Highland Park IL

Molly Carr

Viola Faculty
21-11
Jul 2024
USA
Blue Hill ME

Molly Carr

Viola Faculty

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Brand new album: 'HERS' by Carr-Petrova Duo

This new release celebrates the women who, despite facing discrimination on both personal and institutional levels, nevertheless forged their own artistic paths. From the medieval era to the present, these composers not only often strayed outside of the narrow bounds of society’s expectations, but also produced music that testifies to their creativity, experience, and brilliance. As the performers describe, it captures “the vision, strength, resilience, and vital contributions of women throughout history.”

Molly Carr fills Roger Tapping's giant shoes at the Juilliard String Quartet

The venerable Juilliard String Quartet (JSQ), which celebrates its 75th anniversary this season, has named violist Molly Carr to its ensemble, filling the void left by the passing earlier this season of the quartet’s much-loved former violist Roger Tapping.

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“…Deeply moving and musical… Every nuance, every shadow, every explosive climax was perfectly together, balanced at all times, and impeccably musical.”

– The Classical Post