Violinist Zoë Martin-Doike from Honolulu, Hawaii is a recent graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music, where she studied with Pamela Frank. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree at Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music, where she is double majoring in violin and viola with professors Mimi Zweig and Atar Arad, respectively. Zoë has been featured on the NPR shows “From the Top,” “A Prairie Home Companion,” and Rob Kapilow’s “What Makes it Great,” and has performed as a soloist with the Honolulu Symphony, Richardson Symphony, Bloomington Symphony Orchestra, and the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, to name a few. She won first place in the Lennox International Young Artists Competition and the Music Teachers’ National Association Senior Strings competition, and she has attended the Sarasota Music Festival, Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, and the Keshet Eilon Music Festival in Israel. Passionate about chamber music, Zoë was a founding member of the Aizuri Quartet, quartet-in-residence at the Curtis Institute of Music from 2014-16, and recent prize winner at the 2015 Wigmore London International String Quartet Competition. She has also collaborated with renowned artists Roberto Diaz, Jonathan Biss and eighth blackbird. Zoë enjoys studying Eastern religion and philosophy, and has had the distinct pleasure of performing for His Holiness, the Dalai Lama.