An outspoken proponent of experimental sounds and expression, violinist Charlotte Munn-Wood is an active chamber musician, commissioner, curator, and teacher in New York City and beyond. Munn-Wood has collaborated as a soloist and chamber musician with composers Sampo Haapamäki, Georg Friedrich Haas, Sam Pluta, Zae Munn, Emily Praetorius, Sid Richardson, Halldór Smárason, Dan Trueman, and Icli Zitella. Munn-Wood is a founding member of Du.0, a two-violin ensemble dedicated to weird sounds both composed and improvised, and a founding member of the Unbridled Ensemble, a New York City-based chamber ensemble making its debut this October.
Munn-Wood is a graduate of the Contemporary Performance Program at the Manhattan School of Music, where she studied with Dr. Curtis Macomber. She now has her own violin/viola studio of curious learners at the Larchmont Music Academy. Away from the violin, Charlotte enjoys coffee, knitting, riding her bicycle, and petting other people’s dogs in the park.
Currently, Charlotte is an active freelancer in the NY/CT/Long Island area, both as a classical violinist and an improviser. Please visit her webpage for more details and for contact information.