Violinist Antonio Cevallos began his musical studies at the age of 3, under the direction of Lydia Monahan. Upon recognition of his musical talents, he began studying under the illustrious teacher Mark Zinger, a student of David Oistrakh and Pytor Stolyarsky. Cevallos’ other notable teachers include Vadim Gluzman, Mark Lakirovich and Daniel Ching of the Miro Quartet.
An avid chamber musician, Cevallos has collaborated with artists such as Roger Chase, Phillip Ying, David Ying, and Toby Apple.
Other experiences have brought Cavallos to participate in many prestigious summer programs such as the Meadowmount Music Festival, Colorado College Summer Music Festival and the Kneisel Hall Chamber Music Festival.
A major supporter of making arts more accessible to underprivileged communities, Cevallos is a founding member of the Musica Ocupa Summer Music Festival held in Quito, Ecuador.
Cevallos holds degrees from the Chicago College of Performing Arts and the University of Texas at Austin.