Richmond Punch is a violin virtuoso who delivers a riveting, dynamic, explosive, and powerful performance to audiences nationwide! He is a graduate of Juilliard and earned a Master's Degree from Yale University after graduating from Booker T. Washington High School of the Performing Arts in Dallas, Texas. Mr. Punch founded The Dancing Violinist with his wife Wednesday Jackson Punch and business is growing exponentially. Their business specializes in live violin music for all events including special events, corporate events, concerts, weddings and worship. Mr. Punch plays everything from classical music to jazz, hip hop and gospel. He has been featured in numerous magazines, on various radio and television stations across our great nation and is now focused on international pursuits.
Mr. Punch has delighted and dazzled audiences from Atlanta to Anchorage and everywhere in between. He enjoyed a fabulous tour in Paris, France and plans to visit many countries to share his passionate music. Mr. Punch especially enjoys traveling the country entertaining The Divine Nine Greeks, various houses of worship, and national leaders—his latest performance with Kenny G is a particular highlight for him.
Giving back to the community is a major priority for Mr. Punch. He has served as Artistic Director of the Dallas Uptown Youth Orchestra, a program which reached more than 3,500 young people and adults annually. He has been a dedicated volunteer with many non profits as, The Boy Scouts, The Urban League, and The Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation's mentoring program and with various school districts across the United States. However, his greatest passion is for Big Brothers and Big Sisters of America. Mr. Punch and his wife very often travel to entertain and speak at various events for the dynamic organization which supports youth across America.
Violinist Extraordinaire Richmond Punch resides in Dallas, Texas with his wife Wednesday and their puppy Maestro Jack! You may learn more by visiting their website at www.richmondpunch.com. Inquiries may be sent to: Richmond@richmondpunch.com.