Liv Heym, whose chamber music playing has been described as "elegant and sensual, stylishly wild" by The New Yorker, enjoys a versatile career on both the modern and baroque violin and viola. Recent projects include choreographed performances of H.I.F. Biber's "Passacaglia" for solo violin with BalletNext, chamber concerts with Violinist Beth Wenstrom in the Duo formation "Senza Basso" as well as performances of J.S.Bach's Goldberg Variations arranged for String Trio at the Berlin Philharmonic Lunch Concert Series. During the season 2012/13 she created her own concert series "Music in Dialogue" at WMP Concert Hall. Liv collaborates with various ensembles such as the Four Nations Ensemble, the Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra, Handel & Haydn Society, Irish Baroque Orchestra, Les Passions and Les Arts Florissants. A native of Berlin, she studied Violin and Chamber Music with Ulrike-Anima Mathé, Eberhard Feltz and Daniel Phillips and Baroque Violin with Monica Huggett and Cynthia Roberts at the Juilliard School.