Sarah Peters is a violinist with the Kansas City Symphony. She also is a member of the Britt Festival Orchestra and a former violinist with the New World Symphony, and she has performed with Louisville Orchestra, Louisiana Philharmonic and Sarasota Orchestra. An enthusiastic chamber musician, Peters has appeared on Kansas Public Radio and collaborated with members of the Borromeo Quartet and Boston Symphony Orchestra. Her festival appearances include New York String Orchestra Seminar, Spoleto Festival USA, Pacific Music Festival and Tanglewood Music Center, where she received the Jules C. Reiner Violin Prize. A passionate educator and avid ambassador for community engagement, Peters served on the faculty for Carnegie Hall’s NYO2 program and Heartland Chamber Music Festival’s Overture camp for young musicians. She also wrote scripts and served as producer for education and outreach performances for the New World Symphony. Born in Tokyo, Peters grew up in Kansas City where she studied violin with University of Missouri-Kansas City professor Benny Kim. She received her bachelor’s degree and graduate diploma in violin performance from the New England Conservatory, where she studied with Paul Biss and Nicholas Kitchen.