Margaret Dyer has charmed audiences worldwide as a chamber musician and soloist in New York City's Merkin Hall, Carnegie Hall, Jordan Hall in Boston, numerous venues in Europe, Mexico, and along the Amazon River in Peru. This past season she appeared with St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, International Contemporary Ensemble, New England String Ensemble, Ikarus Chamber Players and served as principal viola with the Brooklyn and Long Island Philharmonics. Recently, the Brooklyn Philharmonic featured Ms Dyer during their Nuevo Latino Festival with the Tres Americas Ensemble at the Galapagos Art Space. Ms. Dyer is a founding member of the self-conducted string orchestra, A Far Cry, acclaimed by the Boston Globe as “one of Boston’s most promising classical music groups.” She has served on faculty for the Yellow Barn Music Festival's Young Artists Program and has performed with musical personalities such as Roger Tapping, Anthony Marwood, Seymour Lipkin, Markus Schirmer and Gil Kalish. She has also performed and recorded with several non-classical artists, including Humanwine, Grizzly Bear, the Monolith, and David Saw. Ms. Dyer was named Presser Scholar and received her Bachelors Degree at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and she was the recipient of the Parsons-Hunt Memorial Scholarship at the New England Conservatory, where she received her Masters Degree with Academic Distinction and Graduate Diploma. Her playing can be found on Iris Records, Fortune Records, and NEOS Recording Label.