Hailed as “accomplished in mechanism and style” (Buenos Aires Herald), Argentinean violinist Jeremías Sergiani-Velázquez was awarded First Prize at the Argentinean Hebrew Foundation Competition and at the 2012–2013 and 2013–2014 New England Conservatory Honors Ensemble Competition. He has performed with the renowned Orpheus Chamber Orchestra at Carnegie Hall and in Germany, as well as throughout the United States and in Canada, serving as Principal Second Violinist on several occasions. Other engagements include a tour of Nepal and Japan with violinist Midori as part of the Music Sharing International Community Engagement Program. Sergiani-Velázquez started playing the violin at the age of three and made his first solo appearances at the age of ten. His solo appearances include the Córdoba Youth Orchestra, the Córdoba National University Symphony, and the San Martín Theater Youth National Symphony. He received his bachelor of music degree from New England Conservatory under the tutelage of Miriam Fried and his master of music degree at the Juilliard School with Sylvia Rosenberg and Ronald Copes. He is currently pursuing a Professional Studies Certificate at Manhattan School of Music with Sylvia Rosenberg. Jeremías Sergiani-Velázquez has attended the Aspen Music Festival, Perlman Music Program, Taos School of Music, and Kneisel Hall Chamber Music Festival. He is a recipient of the 2011, 2012, and 2013 “Fondo de Becas” and 2016 Teresa Grüneisen scholarships from the Argentine Mozarteum.