Elzbieta Weyan joined the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra as Assistant Principal Viola in 2013. A native of Newton, MA, Ms. Weyman began studying violin at age 4 and switched to viola at 13, studying with Boston Symphony member Michael Zaretsky.
She continued her musical education at The Juilliard School, where she studied with Masao Kawasaki and Michael Tree. Ms. Weyman was a member of the New World Symphony, an orchestral training program for postgraduate musicians, from 2011-13.
Ms. Wyman has made several solo and chamber music appearances. Performing Waltonâ€™s Viola Concerto at the Aspen Music Festival under the baton on Leonard Slatkin in 2007 and Mozartâ€™s Sinfonia Concertante with the Juilliard Orchestra with conductor Xian Zhang in 2010. In addition to the Aspen Music Festival, she has participated in many summer festivals, including La Jolla Summerfest, Saito-Kinen Music Festival and, most recently the Verbier Festival Orchestra.