An outspoken proponent of experimental sounds and expression, violinist Charlotte Munn-Wood is an active chamber musician, commissioner, curator, and teacher in New York City and beyond.
Munn-Wood has collaborated as a soloist and chamber musician with composers Sampo Haapamäki, Georg Friedrich Haas, Sam Pluta, Zae Munn, Emily Praetorius, Sid Richardson, Halldór Smárason, Dan Trueman, and Icli Zitella.
Munn-Wood is a founding member of Du.0, a two-violin ensemble dedicated to weird sounds both composed and improvised, and a founding member of the Unbridled Ensemble, a New York City-based chamber ensemble making its debut this October. Munn-Wood is a graduate of the Contemporary Performance Program at the Manhattan School of Music, where she studied with Dr. Curtis Macomber. She now has her own violin/viola studio of curious learners at the Larchmont Music Academy.
Away from the violin, Charlotte enjoys coffee, knitting, riding her bicycle, and petting other people’s dogs in the park.