Miho Zaitsu performs regularly at music festivals throughout the United States and Europe, including the Aspen Music Festival and School, Banff Arts Centre, Truls Mørk’s International Chamber Music Festival, and Schleswig Holstein Festival. Recent performances have included a tour of Japan and performances at Lincoln Center, Carnegie’s Weill Hall, Symphony Space, the United Nations, and Trinity Church. A special 10th anniversary 9/11 recording of Robert Moran’s Requiem for children’s chorus and four violoncelli was released by Naxos and will be performed at Trinity Church Wall Street this coming season.
Miho earned a Bachelor of Music at the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music and spent one year abroad at the Royal Academy of Music (London). She continued her studies with Lynn Harrell at Rice University, earning a Masters of Music.
Miho currently resides in New York City where she is a doctoral candidate at the CUNY Graduate Center, studying with Marcy Rosen. She has performed with the Paragon Orchestra and String Orchestra of New York City and spends her summers at the Point CounterPoint Chamber Music Festival.