Aubree Oliverson, violin

Photo Credit: Jeff Fasano

​Aubree’s performances have been described as “powerful… brimming with confidence and joy” (Miami New Times). She made her solo debut with the Utah Symphony at age eleven, her Carnegie Hall Weill Hall recital debut at age twelve as the winner of the American Protégé International Strings Competition and has been featured on NPR’s hit radio show From The Top several times. Aubree’s upcoming schedule highlights include solo engagements with the Pasadena, San Diego, Columbus and Des Moines Symphonies, Puerto Rico Symphony Orchestra, Redlands Bowl Orchestra, Roma Tre Orchestra, Boca del Río Philharmonic, and the Brno Philharmonic. She’ll appear in a video recording project (VideoClassica, ArsClassica Assn.) playing solo violin music of Bach, Ysaye, Paganini, and Prokofiev. A dynamic chamber musician, Aubree has collaborated with artists such as Stefan Jackiw, Robert McDuffie Gil Shaham, Lynn Harrell, Jean-Yves Thibaudet, Orli Shaham, Robert Chen, Andrew Marriner, and Clive Greensmith. Passionate about reaching a broader audience and music education, Aubree has traveled to over 100 schools in the Western states, encouraging thousands of children. She presented digital master classes for the Orchestra of the Americas, Music to Save Humanity, and Kontrapunktus Baroque. Aubree currently studies at the Colburn Conservatory of Music.  She plays on a 1743 Sanctus Seraphin violin thanks to the generous loan of Dr. James Stewart. Aubree enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading, traveling, language study, swimming, and dark chocolate.