Described as “superb” by the Chicago Classical Review, violinist Njioma Chinyere Grevious is an emerging, passionate and versatile solo, chamber and orchestral musician and performer. She is a graduate of The Juilliard School and a winner of its John Erskine Prize for scholastic and artistic achievement.

In 2023, Njioma won both the Robert F. Smith First Prize and the Audience Choice awards in the Senior Division of the Sphinx Competition and joint prizes in the CAG/YCAT auditions.  In 2022, she was the winner of concerto competitions at the University of Delaware and the Newark Symphony Orchestra. Njioma was also a winner of the Music Academy of the West Keston-Max Fellowship to study and perform in the London Symphony Orchestra in November 2022.  She won First Prizes for Performance and Interpretation in the 2018 Prix Ravel in Fontainebleau, France. Njoima has also been selected as one of Classic FM’s 2024 Rising Stars.

As a soloist, Njioma has appeared with the Chicago Philharmonic, the Western Michigan Symphony and the Newark Symphony Orchestra.

Njioma is a frequent chamber music series player and has performed in festivals including the Rockport Chamber Music Festival, Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival, Music@Menlo, Perlman Chamber Music Workshop, Juilliard String Quartet Seminar, Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, Music Academy of the West, Montreal International String Quartet Academy, Meadowmount, Fontainebleau Schools and the Boston University Tanglewood Institute. 

A founding member of the Abeo Quartet, Njioma recently completed graduate studies with Ryan Meehan and the Calidore String Quartet at the University of Delaware where she was also a fellow in the inaugural Graduate String Quartet in Residence Program. They quartet have won numerous prizes including First Prize and the Audience Favorite Prize at the Yellow Springs Chamber Music Competition 2022, and Third Prize of the 2023 Bad Tölz International String Quartet Competition. The quartet has appeared in performances in the Schneider Concert Series, Alice Tully Hall, The Kennedy Center, in Montreal, and Oslo, Norway, and in residence at the Glenstone Museum, where they premiered  “Moonshot” by Alistair Coleman.  

For many years, Njioma was a scholarship recipient through Boston’s Project STEP string training program for Black and Latino youth and at the time also earned summer study scholarship assistance through Winsor Music.  Her principal teachers have also included Ronald Copes, James Buswell, Mariana Green-Hill and Farhoud Moshfegh. 

Njioma, who began studying the violin at the age of 4, has since performed in numerous volunteer concerts with her siblings and many others.  As a Juilliard Gluck Fellow she performed regularly for the medically vulnerable, retirees and children. These days Njoma loves teaching composition and collaboration to NYC elementary and middle school students from underrepresented communities through the Opportunity Music Project.


To book Njioma please contact:

UK & Europe

Etta Dainty – Senior Artist Manager [email protected]

0207 379 8477

North America 

Kate Backus – Senior Vice President, Concert Artists Guild

(212)-333-5200 ext. 1016

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