photo by: Josh Huskin

Mylyn Grace Ramos is a Filipino-American violinist that takes pride in the vision for her music: creating an experience that takes her audience from sitting in their seats to standing on their feet. Starting her violin studies at age eight, Ramos quickly developed a fond love for both her instrument and the music that emanated from it. Born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, it is not surprising that a plethora of musical influences inspires her playing; from Mozart to mariachi and Bartok to the Beastie Boys, her eclectic tastes and constant desire to push the performance envelope has helped shape her style: the signature blend of being classically trained, a fiery passion for genuine, storytelling hip-hop, and her biggest influence - the deep love of her Filipino culture.

photo by: Josh Huskin

As the unanimous champion at Kollaboration Houston's 2012 show, the largest Asian-American talent network in North America, the win secured her spot in the inaugural television season of Kollaboration Star as a semi-finalist position representing south Texas. Following her professional debut, Ramos established her presence in the Asian- American/Asian Pacific Islander entertainment community, going on to being named a Top 5 Filipino-American entertainer in the United States, attributed to ABS-CBN Corporation and TFC (The Filipino Channel) This granted Ramos international exposure with help of TFC platforms Balitang America and Adobo Nation. Ramos went on to be invited as a featured artist at FilAm ARTS’ FPAC (Festival of Philippine Arts and Cultures), the largest presenter of Philippine arts and culture in southern California.

As a marquee cultural performer, Ramos has enjoyed her career as a guest artist and headliner at festivals on domestic and international levels. She is a co-founder of her family’s record label Red Brick Records, LLC.

In addition to performing, Ramos is dedicated to an active presence serving at church, and as an educator/cultural speaker in her community. She has been fortunate to study music performance at St. Mary’s University, The University of Texas at Austin, along with business administration and organizational leadership at Fort Hays State University. She holds memberships with the Texas Music Educators Association, League of American Orchestras, Suzuki Association of the Americas, the Association of Arts Administration Educators, and is a proud Texas Exes Life Member.

When not performing, Ramos enjoys freelance writing, attending Filipino cultural exhibitions, volunteering at the San Antonio Food Bank, cheering on the San Antonio Spurs, working on stand up comedy, and (most importantly) spending time with family.

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