Aubree Oliverson joins Askonas Holt normal administration following the Colburn Artists program in Los Angeles, which is Colburn Conservatory of Music’s administration program for college students pursuing skilled music careers.
Oliverson made her Carnegie Corridor recital debut at age 12 and has carried out to sold-out audiences on the Grand Teton Music Pageant, SOKA, and SCERA Heart for Performing Arts.
Her accolades embody the “2021 Particular Prize of Advantage” for violin at Switzerland’s Verbier Pageant Academy and a Nationwide YoungArts Basis award — along with being honored as a U.S. Presidential Scholar within the Arts and chosen for the Dorothy DeLay Fellowship and concerto efficiency on the Aspen Music Pageant.
Her upcoming recitals will happen in Rome, L.A., and Ridgecrest, California as a part of violinist Midori Gotō’s “Companions in Efficiency” Recital Collection.
A former scholar of Debbie Moench, Eugene Watanabe, and Danielle Belen, Oliverson at the moment attends the Colburn college finding out with the Jascha Heifetz Distinguished Violin Chair of the conservatory, Robert Lipsett.
She performs on a 1743 Sanctus Seraphin violin — generously on mortgage from Dr. James Stewart.
“I imagine it’s a nice privilege to have the ability to share music with folks, and I’m thrilled to be working with the administration crew at Askonas Holt to pursue alternatives to carry out for brand new audiences,” Aubree informed The Violin Channel. “It’s an honor to be becoming a member of a roster that incorporates artists I’ve admired for thus lengthy, and I can’t wait to see what the longer term brings.”