Violist Molly Carr enjoys a diverse musical career as recitalist, chamber musician, educator, and artistic director. Hailed as “one of the most interesting interpreters of the viola today” (Codalario Spain) and praised for her “intoxicating” (NewYorkTimes) and “ravishing” (STRAD) performances, she has been the recipient of numerous international awards, including the Primrose International Viola Competition, Chamber Music America, Pro Music is Foundation, and the Davidson Institute, and was honored in 2018 at the United Nations for her work with refugees around the globe through the Novel Voices Refugee Aid Project. Her performances have taken her across NorthAmerica, Europe, the MiddleEast, and Asia and been featured in The New York Times, Forbes, and The Wall Street Journal, as well as on PBS, CNN, NPR, and BBCWorldNews. Molly ist the Founding Director of the award-winning organization Project: Music Heals Us, a non-profit which brings free chamber music performances and interactive programming to marginalized populations with limited ability to access the Arts themselves. She serves on the faculties of Bard College Conservatory of Music, The Juilliard School’s Precollege Division, and Musical Arts Madrid.