It is a rare moment indeed to catch a violinist of the caliber of Irina Muresanu in an intimate hall the size of the 1900 Building. Described as “A glorious violinist of great personality,” by The New York Concert Review, only 300 souls will have this incredible opportunity this Thursday, March 28th.
Early on, Romanian violinist Muresanu achieved international acclaim winning numerous top prizes in several prestigious international violin competitions but most prestigiously the Queen Elisabeth International.
As an active chamber musician, she is a member of the Boston Trio and has performed in renowned concert halls throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. She has appeared in countless festivals and venues from the Bargemusic in New York to the Rencontres des Musiciennes Festival in France.
Muresanu has an extensive discography on BMOP, Avie Records, Albany Records, Centaur and AR RE-SE labels, most recently working closely with composers Thomas Oboe Lee, Elena Ruehr and William Bolcom. She currently serves on the faculty of the University of Maryland and has taught at Boston Conservatory and in the Harvard and MIT Music Departments.
Don’t miss violinist Irina Muresanu with Lolita Lisovskaya-Sayevich on piano as part of the International Center for Music at Park University’s Masters in Concert Series at the 1900 Building, Thursday, March 28th at 7:30 p.m. Tickets and information visit icm.park.edu.