Frédérique Gnaman is a Haitian, Ivorian and French violinist who actively performs, collaborates, and teaches in New York City. A first generation American, Ms. Gnaman has performed at the 2019 Met Gala, Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Good Morning America, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the Grammy Awards, and the Today Show performing with artists including Ms. Lauryn Hill, Vic Mensa, Anderson .Paak, Roger Waters, Alessia Cara, Julia Michaels, Miley Cyrus, Andrea Bocelli, Matteo Bocelli, Ellie Goulding, Lady Gaga, The Roots, Yolanda Adams, Margo Price, Woodkid, Aimee Mann, Rumer, Diane Warwick and Ledisi among others. An advocate for black representation in classical music, Ms. Gnaman regularly performs with the Gateways Music Festival (featured on WQXR: New York’s Classical Music Radio Station), the Colour of Music Festival, and Soulful Symphony. Additionally she has performed in Orchestra of St. Luke’s and the Nouveau Classical Project. Ms. Gnaman has expanded her musical palate by dabbling in hip-hop where she often collaborates, records for, and performs with Scienze, Bryan Fischer, Shareef Keyes and The Groove and Orchestra Holistic. She can be heard playing on the intro of the late Mac Miller’s “2009” off of his final album “Swimming”. A graduate of New York University, Ms. Gnaman completed a B.M. in 2013 in Violin Performance studying under Gregory Fulkerson.