Geoffrey Day, violin, earned his B.M. degree from the University of Michigan, where he studied with Ruggiero Ricci, and earned his M.M. degree from Michigan State University as a student of I-Fu Wang. While in Michigan, he served as a concertmaster of the Michigan State University, Battle Creek and Midland symphonies; assistant concertmaster of the Kalamazoo Symphony and principal second violin of the Greater Lansing Symphony.
Since moving to Florida in 1994 to join the Naples Philharmonic Orchestra, Day has performed frequently as a member of the Neapolitan Quartet and as a recitalist with his wife, pianist Lan Lam. He is a founding member of the Botticelli Quartet, the Aurore Piano Trio and most recently Neapolitan Baroque, and ensemble dedicated to historically informed performance with period instruments.