Dovid Friedlander has been Associate Concertmaster of the North Carolina Symphony since 2005. He was previously Assistant Concertmaster with the San Antonio Symphony, Guest Concertmaster with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, and has performed with the Pittsburgh and Boston Symphony Orchestras. An active chamber musician with his own series, Classical Hang, he also appears as soloist each season with the NCS, in works ranging from Hindemith’s Kammermusik No. 4 to Ravel’s Tzigane. Friedlander studied with William Preucil at the Cleveland Institute of Music, where he won the Jerome Gross award and (with his quartet) the Darius Milhaud award. When not on stage, he enjoys time with his wife and daughter, and running triathlons. He plays a 1996 Joseph Curtin violin.