Jorinde Gray (1993) started playing the violin at the age of seven.

After having private lessons with her teacher Evert Sillem, she got accepted in 2008 in The Young Talent Class from the Conservatory of Amsterdam.

She finished her Bachelor's degree at The Conservatory of Utrecht with Elisabeth Perry, concertmaster of the Radio Philharmonic of The Netherlands. Then she continued her studies at The Royal College of Music in London with Jan Repko, where she got her Master's degree in Performance  "With Distinction".

She was awarded a 20.000,- Euro Scholarship from The Prince Bernhard Culture Foundation to support her studies in London. Joined was awarded the 2011 SJMN (Young Talent of the Netherlands Foundation) 1st price for the best interpretation of a contemporary composer.

As a soloist, she has performed with the Amsterdam Conservatory Orchestra and several times with the Utrecht Conservatory Orchestra. She has joined The Metropole Orchestra ( Metropole Orkest ) in several projects as a member of the Metropole Orchestra Academy.

As part of her chamber music career, she performed in The Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam and Tivoli Vredenburg in Utrecht with her ensemble, as well as a soloist.

As a well-rounded musician, you can find her playing in clubs with a DJ, with a rockband or playing at festivals in a crossover project with The Metropole Orchestra.  She also recorded at the Abbey Road Studios with an upcoming band called Monster Florence.

Her violin is made by the Dutch Luthier Daniël Royé, which she was able to buy with the help and support from The SEM Foundation.