Atlanta native, Evan Few (baroque violin), received his principle training at the Oberlin Conservatory, covering a broad range of performance fields during his studies there. A pupil of Marilyn McDonald, he studied both modern and baroque violin, performed with the Contemporary Music Ensemble, and was a founding member of the Jasper String Quartet. During his
performance- and study-rich tenure with Jasper, Evan worked with some of the world's leading string quartet pedagogues and performers, and spent a year in graduate residency at Rice University.
It is primarily in the field of historical performance, however, that Evan has developed his voice. In the Fall of 2007, he moved to Den Haag, Netherlands, where he studies at the Royal Conservatoire under the tutelage of Kati Debretzeni and Elizabeth Wallfisch. Since his establishment in Europe, he has joined the ranks of numerous early music ensembles, including Anima Eterna (Belgium), Collegium ad Mosam and Luthers Bach Ensemble Groningen (Netherlands), Harmonie Universelle (Germany), and the Wallfisch Band (UK). He also performs frequently as chamber music soloist, and recently helped establish Au Courant with fellow Oberliners Lisa Crawford, harpsichord, and Sarah Walder, gamba.
Evan spends his summers in Carmel, California, where he performs with the Carmel Bach Festival.
(Evan Few joined New Trinity Baroque for the first time in December of 2008, in the program "Christmas in Italy.")