A report in Monday’s (7/27) Stamford Times (Connecticut) states, “Kimberly Reeves, a classical violinist and member of the Stamford Symphony, recently passed away in Evanston, Ill., with her family by her side. She was 50 years old. For nearly three decades, Kim was an esteemed member of top professional orchestras in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. The Symphony’s season opening concerts on Oct. 3 and 4 will be performed in Kim’s memory. … Kim became a fixture on the orchestral scene, performing and recording with a variety of professional orchestras and other musical groups. She joined the violin section of the Stamford Symphony and continued to perform with the Caracas Philharmonic SA, National Chorale Society, Julius Grossman Orchestra, New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players, Eos Orchestra, Wayne Symphony Orchestra, West Side Chamber Players, the Orchestra of St. Ignatius, the New Jersey State Opera, Westfield Symphony, the Fairfield Orchestra, and the Bronx Arts Ensemble. She was an original member of the Voices of Ascension Orchestra and performed with them throughout her career.”

Posted July 28, 2009