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Kimberly with her favorite musical Legend
Recording artist Kimberly Jaffar, a former member of the Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra, has been a professional Violinist since 1981. She is primarily a classical violinist who has successfully taught herself many different styles of music.

Kimberly grew up in Yarmouthport, MA and her training originated at The Cape Cod Conservatory of Music and Fine Arts, on Cape Cod, MA, where she studied for several years. She also presided as Concert Master of her school orchestra growing up. In 1981 she was invited to play with the NY Philharmonic in a Master Class at Lincoln Center in New York City. While a sophomore in high school, she was personally invited by Royston Nash, Conductor of the Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra, to audition for him personally. Impressed by her audition, he invited her to become one of the youngest performing members of the Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra for her last three years of high school.

In June 1996 she attended and survived Mark O'Connor’s Fiddle Camp in Nashville, TN. During the summer of 1999, Kimberly received an artist endorsement from Zeta Music and has since been playing her trademark instrument – The White Violin.

Now a Palm Beach County resident, this talented musician has created her own personal style and is a highly acclaimed local recording artist formerly of the musical group SAVANA from 1995 – 2005.

Now, as a soloist, Kimberly’s first love is classical music and nowhere is her talent more apparent than in the intimate setting of a wedding, black-tie affair or special occasion. Her music will provide the right ambience for your soire'e.
“She plays a variety of styles of music ranging from classical to pop. She treats her audiences to catchy melodies and intricate harmonies.”
- Nicole Berner, Vero Beach Press Journal

“Whether fast and furious or slow and precise, she plays her music with feverish intensity.”
- Bryan Hyman, Sun Sentinel

“The Palm Beach Post has dubbed her as, ‘One of South Florida’s real gems.”
- Scott Bernard, Palm Beach Post