Leo Adamov
 

 

Leo Adamov studied violin at the Rotterdam Conservatory. During his six years in the Netheralands he enjoyed an active career as a freelance orchestra musician with the Netherlands Philharmonic and Chamber Orchestra, Netherlands Opera, Radio Chamber Philharmonic, and other ensembles big and small. In 2006, after getting married Leo moved to New York with his wife. Since their move, Leo has been pursuing work as concertmaster of diverse ensembles, and finding new sounds with a string trio he formed. At home in many of the world's greatest halls, such as Carnegie Hall, the Concertgebouw, and Symphony Hall, Leo's musical experiences range from conservatively classical to tours with Duncan Sheik and Jill Scott to work on Broadway, to improvisation.