JAMECYN MOREY joined the Hyperion String Quartet in 2009. Jamecyn has appeared as a soloist with orchestra at Lincoln Center as part of their Distinguished Concerts International New York series. She has also appeared as a soloist with the Young Musicians and Artists Festival Orchestra in Oregon, the Glens Falls Symphony Orchestra, and recently completed the premiere recording of Michael Daugherty’s “This Land Sings" as solo violin for Naxos Records.

As a member of the New World Symphony in Florida, Jamecyn led the orchestra as Concertmaster under the direction of Michael Tilson-Thomas and with soloists including Gil Shaham and Itzhak Perlman. She has held chamber music residencies with the Miami Music Project and with the Chicago City Colleges. Jamecyn began her studies in Violin Performance at the Interlochen Arts Academy High School, and received degrees from Indiana University, studying with Yuval Yaron and Ilya Kaler, and Roosevelt University in Chicago as a student of Robert Chen.

Currently, Jamecyn is a first violinist with the Albany Symphony, a faculty member at The College of Saint Rose and serves as the String Program and Chamber Music Director for the Pre-College Summer Music Program with her husband, David Bebe. They have two young sons, Augustin and Quentin. Jamecyn performs on a modern Douglas Cox violin.