Judith Ingolfsson began her violin studies at the age of 3 and gave her first public performance at age 5.She recorded as soloist and made her orchestral solo debut in Germany at age of 8. She was admitted to The Curtis Institute of Musicwhere she studied with Jascha Brodsky and earned her Master's degree and Artists Diploma from the Cleveland Institute of Music. She was a prizewinnermany international competitions, but winning the Gold Medal of Indianapolis International Violin Competition provided her as an internationally sought-after soloist.
Judith Ingolfsson has concertized throughout the world;performed as a soloist with manyprestigious orchestras and collaborated with conductors such as Wolfgang Sawallisch, Raymond Leppard, Leonard Slatkin, etc. Judith Ingolfsson’s recital performances have taken her to many of the world's leading stages including Konzerthaus Berlin, New York’s Carnegie Hall, the National Gallery of Art, Reyjavík Arts Festival, Pro Arte Musicale of Puerto Rico, Macao Cultural Center and the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Center. As a chamber musician, she has collaborated with manymaestros, chamber groups, andhas appeared as a member of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.
Judith Ingolfsson was the recipient of the Chamber Music America/WQXR Record Award. She is currently Professor at the State University of Music and Performing Arts Stuttgart and co-artistic director and founder of Festival International "Aigues-Vives en Musiques" in France.