Hailing from New York, violinist and composer Gabe Valle developed his violin skills at William Paterson University, where, while pursuing an undergraduate degree in jazz and classical violin, he immersed himself in the local music scene, playing everything from jazz, pop, and folk to indie rock and funk. In 2013, Gabe was named Grand Champion at the Eclectic Strings Competition at the ASTA national convention. He has also recieved many honors throughout his life including the NSOA(National Student Orchestra Award) and NCA(National Choral Award) awards.
Gabe's musical endeavours have brought him venues such as the Lycian Theatre, Eisenhower Hall, The Blue Note, Webster Hall, Carnegie Hall, and Bamboozle. He was also heard on NPR station WJFF for an hour long interview in 2010 featuring himself and jazz guitarist Carl Storckman. That same year, Gabe traveled to play in the Bach Around the Clock Festival in New Orleans, LA with the Allegro Orchestra. Gabe continues to make appearances throughout the five boroughs and the Tri-State area. He has performed/recorded with artists such as Anne Hampton Calloway, Sherrie Maricle, John Feeny, Adam Nussbaum, Christa Benion, Steven Reineke, Robert Sabin, Jermaine Paul, Tao Seeger-Rodriguez and Barrage. Gabe has studied with a range of musicians including John Blake Jr., Scott Tixier, Bill Mobley, Andy Stein, and Steve LaSpina. He is currently the Minister of Music at Harriman United Methodist Church and piano/violin/voice teacher at Shamrock School of Music.