VC Young Artist Geneva Lewis Signs With Arts Management Group

The New Zealand-born violinist joins Vadim Gluzman and Paul Huang at the New York-based agency

Photo Credit: Motti Fang-Bentov


Lewis has been performing on the international stage from a young age, having made her concerto debut with the Pasadena Symphony at the age of 11. She is currently studying for an Artist Diploma with Miriam Fried at the New England Conservatory, where she also completed her undergraduate studies.

In 2021, she was the recipient of the coveted Avery Fisher Career Grant Award, in addition to the Prince of Hesse Prize at the Kronberg Academy's Violin Masterclasses. Lewis also received the Grand Prize at the 2020 Concert Artists Guild International Auditions, in partnership with the Young Classical Artists Trust.

Lewis is a member of the Callisto Trio, which she founded alongside Annie Jacobs-Perkins (cello) and Katelyn Vahala (piano). The group is currently Artists in Residence at the Da Camera Society in Los Angeles. The Callisto Trio was the youngest group to ever compete in the senior division finals of the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition, where they came away with a bronze medal.

She currently performs on a c. 1770 Zosimo Bergonzi violin on generous loan from the Guarneri Hall NFP and Darnton & Hersh Fine Violins, Chicago.

"Absolutely thrilled to announce that I’m joining the roster of Arts Management Group, represented by William Capone!" wrote Lewis on social media.

"It’s truly humbling and inspiring to be a part of this organization, and I’m so looking forward to working together. Along with Bill, I’m so excited to be working with the wonderful Felipe Nieto — they’ve both made me feel so welcome already," she added.