Madison Day, a graduate of The Juilliard School, made her solo debut with the Ocean City Pops Orchestra at the age of 11. She has won first place in numerous competitions and has performed as soloist with the PIMF Chamber Orchestra, Temple Music Prep’s Youth Chamber Orchestra, the Manalapan Battleground Symphony, the Cairn Orchestra, the Ocean City Pops, the Warminster Symphony, Ambler Symphony, and the Lower Merion Symphony.
As an orchestral musician, she has toured with The Philadelphia Orchestra and the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, has performed with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, Opera Philadelphia, and has performed as Concertmaster of the Mansfield and Lower Merion Symphonies. She is also a Starling Scholar, a selected participant of the Juilliard School’s Gluck Community Fellowship program, and a recipient of the Braverman String Quartet Scholarship.
Madison has a private violin studio in the Philadelphia area, is the teaching assistant to Kimberly Fisher, and is an Artist in Residence at Temple University. Madison is currently the Assistant Artistic Director of the Philadelphia International Music Festival.