Belarusian-American violinist Inna Langerman is a freelance chamber and orchestral musician from the New York metropolitan area. She performs across the five boroughs and the tri-state region with various ensembles, including National Yiddish Theater Folksbiene, New Amsterdam Opera, Binghamton Philharmonic, Staten Island Philharmonic, Palisades Sinfonietta, and Orchestra 914. Inna previously held positions as alternating principal second violinist, librarian, and assistant to the conductor of One World Symphony, concertmaster of Utopia Opera, and alternating concertmaster with
Purchase Symphony & Opera. Her freelance career has taken her to the stages of major venues, including Carnegie Hall's Isaac Stern Auditorium, David Geffen Hall, Alice Tully Hall, The Rose Theater of 'Jazz at Lincoln Center,' Merkin Hall, and Tokai University in Japan.
Inna comes from a musical family and began studies at home at age five, leading to a pursuit of violin at Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School. Inna holds two Master's degrees (Violin Performance and Arts Entrepreneurship) along with an Artist Diploma from SUNY Purchase College, and a Bachelor’s degree from Queens College's Aaron Copland School of Music. Teachers she has studied with include Daniel Phillips, Joey Corpus, Cal Wiersma, and Deborah Buck.
Inna is currently on the violin and chamber music faculty of Third Street Music School Settlement. Previously, she held faculty positions with Interschool Orchestras of New York (ISO) and the Harmony Program (an organization inspired by El Sistema) with roles as a private teacher, upper strings coach, and assistant conductor. In 2014, she appeared as a guest on CUNY TV to advocate for public music education. Since 2020, she also holds a private online studio and produces educational content on YouTube and on her website www.violinna.live. Inna is a recipient of the Discimus Ut Serviamus award and the Miranda Arts Project grant for serving the local community through music.