"I found my Cox violin at Carl Becker's shop after searching in Chicago for a few months. I knew as soon as I played on the instrument that it really matched the sound I was looking for; it felt like my own voice right away. I have been happy with it since thenand it has played hundreds of concerts in that time!"
Jamecyn Morey, violinist, is an active orchestral and chamber musician. Jamecyn studied Violin Performance at the Interlochen Arts Academy High School, and received degrees from Indiana University and Roosevelt University in Chicago. While in Chicago, she was a member of the Civic Orchestra, and participated in a chamber music community engagement residency program with the Chicago City Colleges and Chicago Public Elementary Schools. She spent next three years as a fellow with the New World Symphony in Miami Beach, FL. In Miami, Jamecyn served as Violin Faculty at the New World School of the Arts and the Miami-Dade Community College, and was a member of the Florida Grand Opera Orchestra.
Jamecyn lives in Albany, NY and performs in a Violin/Cello Duo, “The Copernicus Duo”, with her husband. They were featured as part of the National Foundation for the Advancement of the Arts “National Showcase” in January 2009, and will perform as soloists in Lincoln Center in NYC in Spring 2010. Jamecyn is a member of the Miami Music Project String Quartet, and performs often with the Sarasota Orchestra, Glens Falls Symphony, and the Albany Symphony.