"Evocative... excellent"
- The new york times

“Violinist Nicholas DiEugenio played with rapturous poetry.”

– American Record Guide

Nicholas is in-demand as a soloist, chamber musician, and ensemble leader, creating powerful shared experiences in music ranging from early baroque to contemporary commissions. A core member of the Sebastians, a period group hailed as “topnotch” by the New Yorker and “sharp-edged and engaging” by The New York Times, Nicholas also performs and records with pianist and wife Mimi Solomon.


Nicholas DiEugenio announces '23-'24 season
August 31, 2023

Nicholas DiEugenio announces '23-'24 season

Highlights from Nicholas DiEugenio’s ‘23-’24 season include a full Bach solo violin cycle, NYC performances with the Sebastians, guest appearances as concertmaster with the Ars Antiqua, Staunton Music Festival, a new recital program featuring music inspired by women with pianist Mimi Solomon, and as an artist at the Belvedere Series..

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Nicholas DiEugenio Performs and Paints Bach’s Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin
August 30, 2023

Nicholas DiEugenio Performs and Paints Bach’s Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin

In 2024, Nicholas will tour with the Bach Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin, performing the full cycle accompanied by companion pieces of his own visual art

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Nicholas DiEugenio launches “Recalibrating Romantic”
December 17, 2022

Nicholas DiEugenio launches “Recalibrating Romantic”

Nicholas DiEugenio is teaming up with his duo partner, pianist Mimi Solomon, to perform and record works for violin and piano on historical instruments by composers from traditionally under-represented groups.

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Latest Album

Unraveling Beethoven

New Commissions for Violin and Piano of Allen Anderson, D.K. Garner, Robert Honstein, Jesse Jones, and Tonia Ko

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Upcoming SHOWS

New dates will be added soon, check back in a bit!

“DiEugenio captured the emotional character of Bach’s works. Viewing his performances, to see close-up his face and body language, allowed one to see the artist’s complete engagement with the music.”

– Classical Voice of North Carolina