"Gabi Holzwarth is IT! I saw her play that violin and man she is good. I mean it. I'm too old for BS!"

-Quincy Jones

“Gabi’s performance with Lt Smooth at our annual Salesforce party in Davos was the perfect addition to the evening. The audience was captivated by her performance and ability to improvise along with the band with such passion and expertise.”

- Marc Benioff, CEO of Salesforce

“I’ve heard Gabi play classic violin brilliantly. But I’ve also seen and heard her very impressive improvisational skills jamming with a spoken word poet at the DLD tech conference in Munich Germany sounding like they’d rehearsed for weeks. Another time at the Andreeseen Horowitz CEO BBQ I saw her jam along with a DJ playing the hottest rap songs of the moment which was like the birth of a new genre, “trap violin”.

-Fab Five Freddy

Gabi has performed at our corporate events twice now, and we are excited to invite her back for a third!  She is not only a joy to work with, but her talent as a contemporary violinist is so unique and visually alluring that her performance is a beauty to behold!  We love you, Gabi!

- Advantest, Corporate Event

Gabi has the unique gift of bringing people together in a beautiful way. Her music makes any event. Our Thanksgiving dinner turned into an amazing dance party... Any party will be enhanced and energized with Gabi performing. She is and has a gorgeous and generous spirit. Love this woman!

- Jen Wick, Holiday Party

Gabi was a highlight of our wedding ceremony and cocktail hour. Her performance of traditional and modern music, coupled with her exquisite presence, made for a memorable evening for us and our guests. Our guests still talk about Gabi's performance years later.

- Pierre-Francoys Brousseau and Sarah Fust, Wedding

“Gabi’s beautiful playing and unique style were a perfect fit for the wedding of our dreams.  We were lucky to have her part of it and would recommend her talent to anyone."

- Jim and Taya, Wedding

"Gabi performed at our wedding in Portugal and honestly made our day! She performed Young & Beautiful during our Ceremony which brought tears to everyone's eyes and played so beautifully. As the day carried on she improvised during our cocktail hour and reception which made the party so much more fun! She has such a unique and captivating style. She had the guests under her spell!" 

- Brittany and Sean Hurley, Wedding

 Gabi Holzwarth is a classically trained violinist from the San Francisco Bay Area who has been been performing for the most exclusive tech conferences, parties, and weddings in Silicon Valley and beyond for the past five years. Past performances have included a wide variety of events, from the Davos World Economic Forum to Google's exclusive camp in Sicily to DLD Munich to Cirque Gitane at Burning Man.  Holzwarth began studying the violin at the age of three, taking private lessons and performing in youth symphonies. For ten years, she was a member of the California Youth Symphony where she had the privilege of touring the globe to Italy, France, and China, eventually reaching the top position in her symphony of concert master. Holzwarth also followed her passion for singing, earning the lead in musicals and winning vocal competitions.  Gabi's violin performance style is a unique fusion of classical and contemporary music, inspired by a playlist which she DJs along with her Bose Speaker system. She often collaborates with other live musicians and DJs; past performances have included Grammy winning artists Miguel and Nile Rodgers. With her classical roots, Holzwarth is able to infuse advanced technical abilities into many types of music, from hip-hop to electronic to rock, thus creating a unique new sound. Many who have heard her perform live have said, "I have never heard anything like this before!"  In addition to her musical career, Gabi has spent much of her personal life recovering and being a recovery advocate for eating disorders. She first opened up about this struggle in 2014 when she gave a speech on the TEDx stage in London. She has most recently been involved with Project Heal, a nonprofit to raise treatment funds, where she helped organized their largest fundraising gala to date. She will continue to use her voice and music to help young men and women everywhere struggling with this disease find peace in recovery and pursue their dreams.

Gabi Holzwarth is a classically trained violinist from the San Francisco Bay Area who has been been performing for the most exclusive tech conferences, parties, and weddings in Silicon Valley and beyond for the past five years. Past performances have included a wide variety of events, from the Davos World Economic Forum to Google's exclusive camp in Sicily to DLD Munich to Cirque Gitane at Burning Man.

Holzwarth began studying the violin at the age of three, taking private lessons and performing in youth symphonies. For ten years, she was a member of the California Youth Symphony where she had the privilege of touring the globe to Italy, France, and China, eventually reaching the top position in her symphony of concert master. Holzwarth also followed her passion for singing, earning the lead in musicals and winning vocal competitions.

Gabi's violin performance style is a unique fusion of classical and contemporary music, inspired by a playlist which she DJs along with her Bose Speaker system. She often collaborates with other live musicians and DJs; past performances have included Grammy winning artists Miguel and Nile Rodgers. With her classical roots, Holzwarth is able to infuse advanced technical abilities into many types of music, from hip-hop to electronic to rock, thus creating a unique new sound. Many who have heard her perform live have said, "I have never heard anything like this before!"

In addition to her musical career, Gabi has spent much of her personal life recovering and being a recovery advocate for eating disorders. She first opened up about this struggle in 2014 when she gave a speech on the TEDx stage in London. She has most recently been involved with Project Heal, a nonprofit to raise treatment funds, where she helped organized their largest fundraising gala to date. She will continue to use her voice and music to help young men and women everywhere struggling with this disease find peace in recovery and pursue their dreams.