Ms. Freeburn is often heard on WQED Pittsburgh performing live in the studio. She was featured as a soloist in WQED’s live broadcast performance of Vivaldi’s “Concerto for Four Violins in B Minor” with Resonance Works Pittsburgh. Ms. Freeburn is frequently broadcast on Pittsburgh’s radio stations 91.3 WYEP and 90.5 WESA in recording with several of Pittsburgh’s finest independent artists. The album All or Nothing, recorded with artist Joy Ike, was featured on NPR’s All Songs Considered. Ms. Freeburn can be heard on the soundtrack for the documentary In My Hands, which was an official entry at the Toronto Film Festival and seen on the PBS special “Ethan Bortnick: The Power of Music.” The album Rêverie, recorded with the Kassia Ensemble in collaboration with acclaimed trumpet soloist Mary Elizabeth Bowden and Summit Records, made the list for Global Music Awards Top Ten Albums of the Year in the spring of 2019.
Ms. Freeburn believes in music as a means for cross-cultural dialogue. She has traveled to Ireland, Ghana, and Turkey to teach, perform, and collaborate with local musicians. She has a love for folk music, native influences, and local sounds.
As an educator, Ms. Freeburn has maintained a private studio for 13 years. She has served on faculty at the Center for Young Musicians, Noteworthy Music Academy, and PYCO School of Music. Ms. Freeburn is currently an adjunct instructor of violin at Chatham University.