Miriam Kramer began her violin studies at the age of four with the encouragement of Henryk Szering and three years later gave her first public performance of a Mozart Concerto. When she made her recent debut at the Alice Tully Hall, The New York Times wrote "Kramer is..a gifted young violinist who proved a soulful performer showing flair and temperament, fine sensitivity and warmth". Of her debut at the Wigmore Hall the Strad wrote that "the intensity and rich allure of Kramer's performance was nothing short of spellbinding".
She has performed at the Theatre Champs Elysees with Phillipe Herreweghe, Barbican Hall with Adrian Leaper, Queen Elizabeth Hall with David Josefowitz, Carnegie Hall and Kennedy Center with Alexander Schneider, Purcell Room, Cardiff's St David's Hall, London Palladium, and Swaledale, Dartington and Ryedale Festivals. Miriam has broadcast with the BBC Concert Orchestra as soloist in the Beethoven Triple Concerto, on Classic FM, Radio 3, Radio Prague, Paris Radio Classique, and on BBC-TV. She won UK 'Jewish Performer of the Year' 1995; Henry Roth wrote of her CD 'Hebrew Melody': "a violinist of superior talent, an exceptionally sensitive interpreter, and a phrase maker of uncommon expressivity". Her recent Naxos recording, 'The Violin Music of Ernest Bloch', won 5 stars in BBC Music Magazine and Editor's Choice in Gramophone magazine.