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Artists Overview

NYC House Concerts feature the country’s top musicians including violinists Soovin Kim, Sean Lee, Timothy Fain, Rachel Lee Priday, Mark Kaplan, Yevgeny Kutik, Sharon Roffman, Eric Silberger and Itamar Zorman; violist Jonathan Vinocour; cellists Jonathan Spitz, Dane Johansen, Julia Lichten, Mihai Marica and Julian Schwarz; pianists Benjamin Hochman, Lise de la Salle, Cecile Licad, Roman Rabinovich, Yael Weiss and Alessio Bax; guitarists David Leisner and Colin Davin; harpists Sivan Magen and Emily Weiss; mandolinist Avi Avital; bandoneonist J.P. Jofre; singer-songwriter Clare Burson; the Union Street Preservation Society bluegrass band and chamber ensembles Musicians from Marlboro, the Escher, Amphion, Enso, Signum and Lark Quartets; Trio Cavatina, Ensemble Connect; and discussions with composers Philip Glass, Lowell Liebermann, Sean Hickey and Suzanne Farrin; author Glenn Kurtz; rare instrument expert, Florian Leonhardt, and many others.

Alumni of Top Conservatories 

The Juilliard School, Curtis Institute, Manhattan School of Music, The Cleveland Institute of Music, Mannes College of Music, Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University, New England Conservatory, Northwestern Univeristy, The Colburn School, Stony Brook University School of Music, San Francisco Conservatory, and the Yale School of Music

Participants of Major Festivals 

Marlboro, La Jolla, Music@Menlo, Ravinia, Yellow Barn, Prussia Cove, Taos, and Kneisel Hall

Members of Leading Ensembles

Cleveland, St. Louis, San Francisco, Dallas, New Jersey, and Detroit Symphonies;  MET Opera Orchestra; Los Angeles Philharmonic, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Metropolis Ensemble, Bang on a Can, Orpheus, and The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

Winners of Prestigious Competitions 

Tschaikowsky International, Avery Fisher Career Grant, Naumburg, Concert Artists Guild, Young Concert Artists, Pro Musicis, Paganini, Guitar Foundation of America International Solo, Israel International Harp Competitions, and the Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition

Soloists with Great Orchestras 

New York, Berlin, Los Angeles and Israel Philharmonics; Philadelphia Orchestra; Chicago, Pittsburgh, San Francisco and Baltimore Symphonies