1. a world map 
  2. the topmost vertebra of the spine, the pivoting point and anchor around which the head rotates to adjust and increase vantage point. 
  3. A STRING QUARTET of four strong women who explore, discover, and create 

ATLYS is a classically trained, crossover string quartet founded in 2016 and lauded for their passionate and dynamic performances and signature sound. Equipped with the power of stringed instruments, ATLYS is both an ambassador for Shar Music as well as Swiss audio teach company, Schertler, whose microphones allow ATLYS to harness the dynamism of the 21st century. Curating programs that are both diverse and intriguing, ATLYS has graced stages such as Red Rocks and the Gorge with over1000 performances under their belt, and over 10 million streams on Spotify, they have inspired listeners across the globe. ATLYS has revolutionized their paradigm, perfecting the art of remote recording, launching a YouTube channel, and publishing their unique arrangements. Crossing borders with incessant passion, ATLYS is always searching for new spaces, and distinctive methods, to captivate and inspire an ever-growing audience, live and virtual.

As remarkably passionate and proficient as she is professional, violinist Jinty McTavish has spent her entire lifetime dedicated to moving the hearts and minds of people all over the world through her music. From her roots in studying under the tutelage of legendary pedagogues like Mauricio Fuks and Almita Vamos, to performing thousands of shows throughout the world, to being a renowned & sought-out session musician, and eventually becoming a teacher herself – Jinty has immersed herself in her craft and spent every spare moment she has perfecting her own powerfully unique style.

Through her experiences as concertmaster of the Artemis Chamber Orchestra, and performing as a soloist/chamber musician, Jinty has gained a reputation of pure excellence and carved out a career through her ability to make classical music enchanting, exciting, and relevant to an entirely new generation of listeners.  When she’s not performing with ATLYS, Jinty is in demand both nationally and abroad for performances in night clubs and bars with DJs. She’s performed and recorded with artists like Guster, Kygo, Halsey, and Swedish producer Jim Yosef.

As a dedicated member of ATLYS, her work as a composer and arranger has garnered the group millions of streams. Through her innovative improvisations and inspiring ability to shred on her violin like no one else, she has secured her title of resident shredder violinist for the ensemble.

When she's not performing, you can find Jinty taste testing her way through Chicago's top restaurants or snuggling with her sweet golden doodle, Appa. 

Violinist Sabrina Tabby, from Philadelphia, developed a fondness for music-making at a very young age, playing daily with her twin sister (the cellist of ATLYS!). The two were featured on National Public Radio’s “From the Top” radio series and television show at Carnegie Hall and placed repeatedly in the Fischoff International Chamber music Competition. Sabrina has performed across four continents, as concertmaster and soloist, in chamber groups, as well as in various baroque and new music ensembles. A founding member (2010) of the NYC-based new music ensemble, Contemporaneous, she is prominently featured on Innova Recordings album Stream of Stars: Music of Dylan Mattingly and led the ensemble, in May 2023, in their Walt Disney Hall Debut of the 6-hour opera, Stranger Love.

Sabrina actively travels to perform music of all styles, often with her husband, conductor and violist Ernesto Estigarribia. Recent highlights include a tour through Central Europe soloing with the Quad City Youth Symphony Orchestra in performances of Michael Kropf’s violin concerto, commissioned for her. Sabrina has also been a proud member of the violin section of the Quad City Symphony Orchestra’s since 2018 and was recently appointed as the new concertmaster of the Mankato Symphony Orchestra.

Since 2020, she has recorded hundreds of remote sessions spanning albums to motion pictures. Her solo performance is prominently featured in the opening credits of award-winning documentary ‘Buried: The 1982 Alpine Meadows Avalanche’ by Julian Scherle. In Nashville, she is a sought-after session musician in the bustling recording industry there.

When not performing, recording, practicing, or teaching, Sabrina’s favorite activity is teaming up with Ernesto in the kitchen to concoct (and devour) delicious plant-based creations!

Philadelphia native Genevieve Tabby, first picked up the cello after being inspired by her twin sister’s violin lessons at the age of eight, and they continue to enjoy performing alongside each other professionally in ATLYS!

Her dazzling playing has won her a place on top concert halls around the country, including Seiji Ozawa Hall at Tanglewood, Harris Concert Hall in Aspen, and Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center. Continuing her professor's legacy, the world-renowned Hans Jensen, Genevieve is featured in his internationally acclaimed pedagogical resource called CelloMind.

Currently, Ms. Tabby teaches a private studio, freelances, and records cello tracks for albums, commercials, tv and film, recently featured on the major Hollywood motion picture, ‘Heart of Champions, released in 2021, and multi-award winning documentary ‘Buried: The 1982 Alpine Meadows Avalanche,’ released in 2022.

When Genevieve isn’t playing cello, you can find her hanging out with her adorable Shi-Chi (Shi-tzu/Chihuahua), Joni, probably watching movies!

Rita Andrade has established a vibrant residence in the heart of Los Angeles as a violist in the realms of film, television, and orchestral recording sessions. Holding degrees in viola performance from UT Austin and DePaul University.

Rita's recent performance endeavors include an appearance at Coachella alongside Bjork, The Emmys with John Legend, and a captivating performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, sharing the stage with Chris Martin. She has also made musical contributions to events like The Oscars featuring Celeste, the vivacious Encanto Live showcase, and a spellbinding rendition for Game of Thrones Live at the iconic Hollywood Bowl. 

Her orchestral path stands equally luminous, underscored by her role as assistant principal with the esteemed Civic Orchestra in the 2015/2016 season. She further enriched her craft through fellowship memberships with both the Grant Park Symphony and Chicago Sinfonietta, experiences that undoubtedly nurtured her profound affinity for the world of film orchestration. Among her accomplishments is a film credit for the score of "Avatar: The Way of Water."  Rita's sonic footprint extends to a myriad of recent and forthcoming cinematic productions, television episodes, and documentaries.

Outside of her musical pursuits, Rita's persona comes alive on the many hiking trails of LA and explorations of local farmer's markets, encapsulating a life imbued with artistic passion and a zest for embracing the beauty of the world.


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