Rachel Golub


born in the United States

Rachel Golub is a violinist, vocalist, string arranger and session artist of many colors and sounds, performing with artists ranging from Sting, Elton John and Lady Gaga to Jay-Z, Andrea Bocelli.

As an arranger and session artist, her performances can be heard on recordings with Five for Fighting (forthcoming), Philip Phillips, Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, among the others.  As her alter-ego, Go-Ray, she released 'The Yoga Sessions: Go-Ray & Duke’ on Yoga Organix/Black Swan. In New York, Rachel can be heard leading improvising ensembles like Ensemble Sospeso and the Club Foot Orchestra; performing with the Sirius Quartet or members of FLUX; and accompanying dance from Shen Wei to Merce Cunningham Company.  She was featured in 2010 at the Whitney Museum's Christian Marclay Festival.  Rachel is often seen with Orchestra of St. Luke's, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra and the SEM Ensemble. Rachel was the violin soloist with the Folksbiene Yiddish Theatre's klezmer band for their production of On Second Avenue and the BQE Project's The Golem, featured live on WNYC. She is also the concertmaster and soloist for the 2011-2012 national tour of Fiddler on the Roof and has also played concertmaster for West Side Story.She is featured on White Swan, EMI and Chesky Records.

After receiving her BA in Classics from Yale, she studied violin with Lorand Fenyves, and also became a disciple of Indian classical music with sitar maestro Ustad Shahid Parvez. 

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