An accomplished Turkish classical music violinist, she regularly travels to Istanbul to continue her study of Turkish classical music, where she regularly performs on Turkish National Radio live broadcasts and with renowned musicians such as Necati Çelik, Canan Sezgin Geylan, Yahya Geylan, Murat Seçkin, Ayhan Çakır, and Talat Er. She is a regular collaborator with Grammy Award-winning opera tenor Bülent Bezdüz. Between 2019-2021, Audrey served as artistic director of Harvard’s World Music Collective, an ensemble comprised of musicians committed to exploring beyond the Euro-American musical tradition through (re)arranging, composing, and performing music from diverse musical cultures. She recently performed as a singer of Turkish Black Sea folk music on musician Oktay Üst's album Aşka Düşen Divane (2022).
A graduate of Wellesley College with Honors in Music and a recipient of Masters in Violin Performance with Distinction from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, Audrey is currently a doctoral candidate in Ethnomusicology at Harvard University. She plays a violin passed down from her great-grandfather Clifford and a viola generously on loan from Ahmet Ediz, former violist of the Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich.