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STRAVINSKY Divertimento for Violin and Piano
PAULINE VIARDOT Six Morceaux, No. 3, ‘Berceuse’
GEORGE GIANOPOULOS City Vignettes
STRAVINSKY Suite Italienne
SAINT-SAENS Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso
Aubree Oliverson, violin
MItsuko Morikawa and Yanfeng (Tony) Bai, piano
Praised for her evocative lyricism and joyful, genuine approach, 23-year-old violinist Aubree Oliverson is proving to be one of America’s most compelling young artists, distinguishing herself with clear, honest, and colorful interpretations. Her performances have been described by the Miami New Times as “powerful… brimming with confidence and joy” and “masterful” by the San Diego Story. Aubree won the 2021 Special Prize of Merit for violin at the prestigious Verbier Festival Academy in Switzerland, a National YoungArts Foundation award, was honored as a United States Presidential Scholar in the Arts, and was selected for the Dorothy DeLay Fellowship and concerto performance at the Aspen Music Festival. She made her solo debut with the Utah Symphony at age eleven, her Carnegie Hall Weill Hall recital debut at age twelve as winner of the American Protégé International Strings Competition, and has been featured on NPR’s hit radio show From The Top several times.