Cymrie is a violinist and arranger currently based out of Provo, Utah. She plays a variety of musical styles including classical, contemporary, and fiddling. She routinely performs and records new works composed by students and faculty at Brigham Young University as well as composers in Utah Valley. Aside from recording new works for independent artists, she also records for studios LA East, LDS Motion Picture Studio, and HUGE Studios. She is currently working towards the release of her own album of solo violin hymn arrangements. Raised in Arizona, Cymrie was trained as a classical violinist by award-winning pedagogue William Magers and Phoenix Symphony concertmaster Steven Moeckel. In 2013, she debuted with Symphony of the Southwest, and in 2016, she performed in Carnegie Hall. She has played in masterclasses with professors from an array of universities and completed summer studies at Eastern Music Festival, Sewanee Summer Music Festival, Meadowmount School of Music, and International Music Festival of the Adriatic. A student at Brigham Young University, Cymrie is working towards her bachelors degree in violin performance under the direction of Monte Belknap. She is a member of both the BYU Philharmonic and Chamber orchestras. Cymrie recently returned home from an 18-month mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in east Houston. Many of her arrangements are inspired by the hymns that she was raised singing and reflect her love of service and family. Cymrie also loves the color yellow, homemade soup, city lights, and making people smile. For more information about Cymrie, visit her website at www.cymrie.com.