Lauded by the NY Times as “dramatic . . emotional . . evocative", and promoted by ABC of Madrid as a “magnificent violinist and violist who is a dedicated promoter of Spanish music”, Laura Klugherz made her Carnegie Hall debut to rave reviews in 1989. She studied in the U.S. and in Europe as a Fulbright scholar where she subsequently performed during many years as concertmaster and soloist of the Munich Chamber Orchestra and the Munich Bach Orchestra. A recipient of numerous awards and prizes (Fulbright Post-doctoral research Award, Spanish Ministry of Culture Post-doctoral Award, Juenge Kuenstler of Bavaria, San Jose Symphony Young Artist Award, Juan Morales Prize of Spain), she performs as a recitalist internationally. As a Cultural Specialist for the United States Information Agency and sponsored by the Fundación Andes, she has performed recitals and residencies throughout Latin America.