At 20 years old, Mavy Ho-Le is undoubtedly an up-and-coming force to be reckoned with in the instrumental world. Her unique styles of performing combined with choreographed numbers makes her stand out from a traditional classical string setting. Inspired by Lindsey Stirling, Vanessa Mae, and the all female string quartet, BOND, Mavy features an eclectic mix of music during her sets (classical crossover, ethnic, dubstep, rock), alongside with provocative fashion that has raised the eyebrows of the classical community. Originally from the small town of Gorham, Maine, Mavy started off her classical endeavors by playing in the Osher School of Music Youth Ensembles. From there, she decided to venture off into the non-classical realm of music, experimenting with distortion pedals and purchasing an electric violin at 11 years old. She started performing solo professionally at 17 years old, where her first ever headlining gig was a sold-out phenomenon at Mayo Street Arts in Portland, Maine. After the success of her first show, she went on to win the 2022 Young Stars of Maine Prize as a part of Bay Chamber Music at the Rockport Opera House, of course, deviating from the traditional classical route of that competition. She has also performed at the Camden Opera House Blue Cafe, the Carnaval Maine Festival, and the Mall of America. Alongside with her solo shows, she also performs in the Syrian band, Bilad El Sham, featuring renowned Syrian rapper, Assasi. She also participates in the Bates College Orchestra in which she is the concertmaster. Mavy is currently in the process of putting together her first record while balancing a pre-med track and neuroscience major at Bates College.