Enrique Reynosa


Enrique Reynosa, a native of Monterrey, Mexico has completed his Bachelor’s degree in Violin Performance at Shenandoah Conservatory in Winchester, VA. He has achieved a Master’s Degree and an Artist Certificate in Violin Performance at Azusa Pacific University (APU) in California and has also achieved a Doctor of Music Arts Degree in Violin Performance at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C.. Currently he is enrolled in the Doctorate in Musical Arts program at The Catholic University of America under the direction of maestro Emil Chudnovsky.

The awards he has received are the full Scholarship from Shenandoah University to study for a Bachelor of Music performance in 2001, the full Scholarship to attend the Audubon String Quartet Seminar with the Vitali String Quartet the summers of 2004 and 2005, the full Scholarship at Azusa Pacific University to study for a Master of Music in Violin Performance in 2005 as well as the full Scholarship to Azusa Pacific University to study the Artist Certificate Program in 2007. And the First Place for the State of Virginia in the MTNA Chamber Music Competition of 2004 as the leader of the Vitali String Quartet.

He has attended different music festivals such as Rocky Mountain Conservatory in Colorado, the Park City Art Festival in Utah, Shenandoah Performs in Virginia, the International Baroque Institute at Longy in Boston and the International Music Festival in Zamoc, Poland.

He has also toured with different orchestras in Italy, South Korea, Uruguay, Canada and United States. Some of the most important venues that have been witness of his performances as a member of the Vitali String Quartet have been such places as the Mexican Embassy in Washington DC, the Mexican Consulate in Los Angeles, California as well as the White House in Washington DC.