GSEHD Alumna and ‘The String Queens’ Member Highlighted in GW Today

Kendall Isadore plays a unique blend of soulful and classical music that has earned her invitations to play Carnegie Hall, President Joe Biden’s inauguration and the Kennedy Center.

August 1, 2023

Kendall Isadore headshot (photo included on GW Today article)

As a founding member of The String Queens, alumna Kendall Isadore has performed at top music venues around the country.

Kendall Isadore, M.A. ’19, discovered her love for music when she was just 8 years old. Playing the violin quickly became an avenue of self-expression and a path to self-discovery for the young girl.

As an adult, she became a strong believer in music’s power to inspire and provide solace during life's challenges and began to use her talent to teach. She is now part of the trio The String Queens and has been invited to play at events and venues that include President Joe Biden’s inauguration, Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.

Read her full story as told in GW Today >