Violinist Greta Myatieva was born in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, and grew up in Boston, Massachusetts. Greta has been a guest soloist with the Waltham Symphony Orchestra and has performed in the violin sections of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, Boston Civic Orchestra, Wellesley Symphony, Waltham Symphony, and New World Symphony in Miami. Greta was a winner of the 2017/2018 New England Conservatory Honors Ensemble Competition with her quartet, Highland Street. Highland Street has participated in Banff's EQ program as a fellowship quartet and was selected as the inaugural Apprentice String Quartet at Music in the Vineyards in Napa Valley, California. Recent engagements include full-length recitals in NEC’s Jordan Hall, Martha’s Vineyard, and a ‘classical roadshow’ produced by From the Top in Cape Cod.
Greta is passionate about increasing access to chamber music performance and instruction in Greater Boston and has collaborated on related outreach with From the Top, Music for Food, the Josiah Quincy School (Boston), the Emerald Necklace Conservancy, and NEC’s Community Performances and Partnerships Program. Greta received her B.M. from New England Conservatory as a student of Paul Biss. She previously studied with Peter Zazofsky, Naoko Tanaka, and Mark Lakirovich.