A student of the renowned Dorothy Delay, violinist Deborah Wong graduated from the Juilliard School with both a bachelor's and a master's degree. Her abilities span a wide range of styles and activities from chamber music to symphonies to cutting edge contemporary. In demand as a guest concertmaster she has performed in that position with the Oklahoma Symphony, the Brooklyn Philharmonic, the American Composers Orchestra, the Westchester Philharmonic, and the Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic. In 2002 she was appointed concertmaster of the Bridgeport (CT) Symphony. As a soloist she has performed with the Hudson Valley Philharmonic, the Brattleboro Bach Festival Orchestra, the Stony Brook Symphony, the North Country Chamber Players and the Greater Bridgeport Symphony. As a chamber musician she is a member of the Atlantic String Quartet and the Hawthorne Piano Trio. With Adam Grabois, her duo cello partner, she has recorded Martinu, Kodaly, and Ravel duos on the Reflex Editions label. A champion of new music, Ms. Wong performs in New York with such groups as the Washington Square Contemporary Music Ensemble, Speculum, ISCM, and the New York New Music Ensemble . A registered Suzuki violin teacher, she was also invited in 2010 as a master teacher-performer to work with the students at the Orquestra Juvenil de Nata in Panama and was a guest artist-teacher at the Sarajevo Chamber Music Institute, affiliated with the Sarajevo Chamber Music Festival, in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Ms. Wong has recorded for Deutsche Gramophone, Elysium, CRI and New World Records and joined the New York City Opera Orchestra in 2003.