Soloist: Marley Erickson, violin – Russian Arc – October 23, 2017

Since making her solo orchestral debut at age 11, Marley Erickson has appeared as
soloist with the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, L’Accademia d’Archi Arrigoni, Mitteleuropa Orchestra, Ottawa Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra of the University of Music FRANZ LISZT Weimar, and the Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra.

Marley was a laureate in the 2016 Piccolo Violino Magico International Violin Competition, and subsequently performed a solo concert series in Northern Italy. In 2016 She also competed in the Menuhin International Violin Competition, and was awarded third place in the Louis Spohr International Violin Competition. By invitation of composer John Adams, Marley performed on the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s 2016 Green Umbrella Series, where she received a standing ovation at Disney Concert Hall and critical acclaim for the North American premiere of Oscar Colomina i Bosch’s Shpigl. She was selected as a Student Artist to perform in the 2017 Starling-DeLay Symposium on Violin Studies at the Juilliard School. By invitation of the Kronberg Academy, Marley was a participant in the 2017 chamber music workshop “Mit Musik-Miteinander.” Marley recently produced and performed a full concert program on the Local Artist Series at Whidbey Island Center for the Arts, which included the world premiere of Canto One by Jerry Mader.

Ms. Erickson has been a participant in the Cambridge International Strings Academy, the Brian Lewis Young Artist Program, Encore Chamber Music Academy, Japan-Seattle Suzuki Institute, and has been a member of the Seattle Youth Orchestras. Marley currently studies violin in Seattle with Simon James and piano collaborator Hiro David. She has worked with, among others, Paul Kantor, Tasmin Little, Brian Lewis, Gerardo Ribeiro, David Halen, Leila Josefowicz, Robert Lipsett, Stephen Shipps, Keng-Yuen Tseng, Hu Kun, Robert McDuffie, Danielle Belen, Rodney Friend, Friedemann Eichhorn, and James Ehnes.

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