B.M., Curtis Institute of Music. Teachers included Shirley Givens, Szymon Goldberg, and Jaime Laredo. Awards include Avery Fisher Career Grant in 1988 and Avery Fisher Prize in 1999. Carnegie Hall recital debut in April 1995. Performances internationally as a soloist with prestigious orchestras, recitalist on leading concert stages, and chamber musician collaborating with distinguished soloists and ensembles. Soloist for major orchestra tours in the U.S. and Europe. Appearances at numerous festivals, including Aldeburgh, Edinburgh, Salzburg, Berlin, Blossom, the Hollywood Bowl, Mostly Mozart, Ravinia, Tanglewood, Marlboro, and Verbier. Participant in the Isaac Stern chamber music seminars at Carnegie Hall and at the Jerusalem Music Center. In March 1998, performed the world premiere of a concerto by Ellen Taaffe Zwilich commissioned for her by Carnegie Hall with Hugh Wolff and the Orchestra of St. Luke's. Premiered and recorded two works by Aaron Jay Kernis.
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