Tenured in 1981
Born and Educated in Russia (Moldavia), Margarita Treger holds a Masters in Performing Arts and Teaching from Kishinev Conservatory of Music. She was a soloist in many festivals in the country and abroad. Coming to the United States in 1977, she was appointed as Assistant Concertmaster of the CETA Orchestra in Los Angeles. She performed with the Pacific Symphony, Santa Barbara Symphony, New West Symphony, Pasadena Symphony, and the Los Angeles Opera. She has performed in Italy, Taiwan, Israel, and Mexico.
She is a founder of the Hollywood Music Studio for Talented Children. Following the traditions of European Music Salon, she presents and plays solos in private homes throughout Beverly Hills.
She joined the Long Beach Symphony’s team of first violinists in 1980 and has performed under Murry Sidlin, JoAnn Falletta, and with Enrique Arturo Diemecke.