Placed by BBC Radio 3 in the prestigious Performing Miracles list for her live interpretation of La Campanella by N. Paganini at renowned programme In Tune and designated by the Executive Power of her country Dominican Republic as Honorary Cultural Goodwill Ambassador, Syed has been praised by the specialized international press in Germany (Frankfurter Neue Presse), Lithuania (Lietuvos Rytas), the United States (Strings Magazine, El, New York Classical Review, Nuevo Herald), Uruguay (El País), South Korea (Korean JoonGang Daily), Brazil (Correio Brazilense), Argentina (El Diario), Los Angeles (Live Out Loud Magazine), Florida (El Nuevo Herald and Sun News Miami) and the United Arab Emirates (The National and Time Out Magazine) among many other countries, as “virtuoso” and “a profoundly gifted artist” among other accolades. Aisha made her debut at the tender age of eleven as a soloist accompanied by the Dominican National Symphony Orchestra performing Max Bruch’s concerto in G minor for violin and orchestra. This, among other successful events, prepared her to become the first Latin American in all of history to be accepted into the Yehudi Menuhin School for gifted children in London, England at the age of thirteen. She has performed on different stages as a soloist around the world including the Berlin Philharmonic in Germany, Carnegie Hall in New York, the Palau de les Arts in Valencia, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Kennedy Center in Washington, the Teatro Mayor in Bogotá, the Royal Opera House in India, the Cairo Opera House in Egypt, the Clairmont Hall in Tel-Aviv, the Xinghai Concert Hall in China, the Palace of the Grand Dukes in Vilnius, the Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi, the Luxembourg Palace in Paris, the Kirchner Center in Buenos Aires, the Fontainebleu Palace in Fontaineableau, at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts in Florida, the National Auditorium in Uruguay, at Casa de la Música in Quito, at Wigmore Hall in London, at the National Philharmonic Hall in Vilnius, at the OAS headquarters in Washington DC , the Palace of Fine Arts in Mexico, at the Yehudi Menuhin Forum in Bern, at the National Theater of Nicaragua, at the National Theater of the Dominican Republic, at the Reales Alcázares in Seville among others. She has also performed as a soloist at notable festivals such as the Abu Dhabi Music Festival, the Banstead Arts festival and the Leamington Hastings festival in London, the Yehudi Menuhin International Music Festival in Gstaad, Switzerland, the Gaida Contemporary Music Festival in Vilnius (where she was a guest to perform the world premiere of the concerto for violin and orchestra by award-winning composer Alguirdas Martinaitits, which was dedicated to her, at the National Philharmonic Hall with the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra in Lithuania), at the Fontainebleu Summer Music Festival in Fontainebleu, France among others. Aisha graduated with honors from the Royal College of Music in London where she was awarded the Soirée d’Or Full Scholarship. She also received a full scholarship to attend the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Among the awards received are the Henry Wood Trust Award in London, the Sphinx MPower Award and the Latin Pride National Award in the United States, eight statuettes as outstanding classical artist abroad in the Dominican awards Premio soberano, recognitions of mayors in Spain, Florida, Massachusetts, Chicago, New York as well as recognition from the New York Senate among other awards. In addition, her career has been celebrated by the renowned Forbes and Vogue magazines. She was invested by the Autonomous University of Santo Domingo as the youngest Honorary Professor of the Faculty of Arts and chairs the “Music for Life” foundation, which seeks to bring classical music to those who due to social, economic and health situations cannot access it. Her latest album Heritage (Divine Art/Naxos) was picked by Radio France in its special classical music playlist. The violins Aisha plays are an Antonius Pelizon and an Antonio Stradivarius kindly provided by Florian Leonhard Fine Violins London. Aisha, as a Christian, dedicates all concerts the Lord Jesus.