Karina Fox holds degrees from New England Conservatory and the Cleveland Institute of Music. Her early music studies began at Oberlin Conservatory with Marilyn McDonald, Miho Hashizume and David Breitman. She continued her training in the Apollo’s Fire Apprentice Program in Cleveland while serving as concertmaster of the Case Western Reserve University Baroque Orchestra. Based in Boston, Ms. Fox is currently principal second violin with Tempesta di Mare in Philadelphia, principal violist with Apollo’s Fire, assistant-principal violist of the Carmel Bach Festival Orchestra, and violist with New York State Baroque. She has played with the Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra, Boston Camerata, Blue Heron, Exultemus, the American Opera Theater in D.C., the Trinity Consort in Portland, OR, the Rutland Baroque Orchestra in Vermont, the Dryden Ensemble, and the Harvard Baroque Orchestra. As a modern player, she serves as principal violist of the Callithumpian Consort, and has held substitute positions with the Boston Symphony and National Symphony.