After graduating from Oberlin College and Conservatory, where she studied with Gregory Fulkerson as a violin performance major in addition to receiving a Mathematics degree, Myra made the great migration to Chicago, where in addition to performing in the Madison Symphony and the Civic Orchestra of Chicago, she teaches at several community music schools in the greater Chicago area. Myra has appeared with fixtures of the Chicago new music scene, including the Morton Feldman Chamber Players and NON:op, and hosts the Flow series at Transistor as part of the Ayuda Quartet. Myra began playing the violin at age 6 with Jung-Kyu Min in Saint Paul, MN. In high school she attended the Aspen Music Festival for two years, studying with Naoko Tanaka, and returned again in 2011. She has attended the National Orchestral Institute, the Mimir Chamber Music Festival, National Repertory Orchestra, and Spoleto Festival USA. At Oberlin she performed in the Oberlin Contemporary Music Ensemble and as principal second violin of the Oberlin Orchestra and the Oberlin Chamber Orchestra.